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How to get from Niagara Falls to African Lion Safari by train, taxi, bus or car

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There are 5 ways to get from Niagara Falls to African Lion Safari by train, taxi, bus or car

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Train, taxi • 1h 46m

  1. Take the train from Niagara Falls GO to West Harbour GO Lw
  2. Take a taxi from West Harbour GO to African Lion Safari

RUB 4279 — RUB 5235

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Bus • 2h 43m

  1. Take the bus from Niagara Falls, ON to Hamilton McMaster University Niagara Falls / .

RUB 3464 — RUB 4343

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Bus, taxi • 2h 30m

  1. Take the bus from Niagara Falls Bus Terminal to Dundas St. @ Hwy. 407 Park & Ride 12
  2. Take a taxi from Dundas St. @ Hwy. 407 Park & Ride to African Lion Safari

RUB 4779 — RUB 5706

Bus via Dundas St. @ Hwy. 407 Park & R > • 2h 56m

  1. Take the bus from Niagara Falls Bus Terminal to Dundas St. @ Hwy. 407 Park & Ride 12

RUB 4069 — RUB 4876

Drive • 1h 23m

  1. Drive from Niagara Falls to African Lion Safari 110 km

RUB 550 — RUB 850

Questions & Answers

The cheapest way to get from Niagara Falls to African Lion Safari is to drive which costs RUB 550 — RUB 850 and takes 1h 23m.

The quickest way to get from Niagara Falls to African Lion Safari is to drive which costs RUB 550 — RUB 850 and takes 1h 23m.

The distance between Niagara Falls and African Lion Safari is 94 km. The road distance is 110 km.

The best way to get from Niagara Falls to African Lion Safari without a car is to train and taxi which takes 1h 46m and costs RUB 4200 — RUB 5500.

It takes approximately 1h 46m to get from Niagara Falls to African Lion Safari, including transfers.

Yes, the driving distance between Niagara Falls to African Lion Safari is 110 km. It takes approximately 1h 23m to drive from Niagara Falls to African Lion Safari.

There are 34+ hotels available in African Lion Safari. Prices start at RUB 6250 per night.


  • Distance: 94.2 km
  • Duration: 1h 46m

What companies run services between Niagara Falls, ON, Canada and African Lion Safari, ON, Canada?

Megabus Canada operates a bus from Niagara Falls to African Lion Safari 4 times a week. Tickets cost RUB 700 — RUB 1000 and the journey takes 1h 55m.

Train from Niagara Falls GO to West Harbour GO
Bus from Niagara Falls Bus Terminal to Dundas St. @ Hwy. 407 Park & Ride
Bus from Niagara Falls, ON to Hamilton McMaster University
Hamilton Cab
Hamilton Airport Taxi Service
Brant Taxi
Blue Line Taxi

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African Lion Safari

African Lion Safari is a family-owned safari park situated in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, about 100 km west of Toronto. Though situated in Hamilton city limits, it is located near Cambridge, Ontario. It includes more than 1,000 animals, representing over 100 species of mammals and birds from across the globe. Guests may tour seven game reserves (with a total area of about 740 acres (300 hectares)) traversed via tour buses or the visitors’ own vehicles where animals roam freely in large contained areas. Accompanying the game reserves is a large walking section where hundreds of exotic birds and primates, as well as the park’s herd of Asian elephants, are on display.

More things to do in African Lion Safari

Brantford

Brantford (2020 population 97,496; CMA population 134,203) is a city in southwestern Ontario, Canada, founded on the Grand River. It is surrounded by Brant County, but is politically separate with a municipal government of its own that is fully independent of the county’s municipal government.

Webster’s Falls

Webster’s Falls, noted for its panoramas, is a 22 metre high classical curtain/ plunge waterfall found in the Spencer Gorge/Webster’s Falls Conservation Area in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The water flows down Spencer Creek. In the past the falls have been known by various names such as Dr. Hamilton’s Falls, Spencer Falls, Hart Falls, Fisher Falls and Flamborough Falls.

University of Guelph Arboretum

The Guelph Arboretum of the University of Guelph is an arboretum modeled after the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, which was founded in 1872. The Arnold Arboretum is privately endowed as a department of Harvard just as the Guelph Arboretum is a department of the University of Guelph. The University of Guelph Arboretum was founded in the early 1970s and plantings started in 1971 which have developed into specialized gardens, botanical collections, and gene conservation programs. These Arboretums are demonstrations of American gardening which did not come into its own until the late 19th century. With Industrialization, cities grew in size with a need for natural areas, which were included through the creation of public parks. Views of botanical gardens began to change as they became sources for new material of potential horticultural use rather than only public spaces. Today these spaces act in the propagation of plants that have the potential as attractive and functional ornamentals. The Arboretum is open all year round to the public from dawn to dusk. There are 73,500 visitors per year. It is used for teaching, research and many other events. There are many university courses, school programs, adult workshops and preregistered group walking tours held at the Arboretum. It is also a popular place for weddings, dinner theatre or memorial services and dedications. There are many walks and tours offered to see the large diversity of plants.

Dundas Falls

Dundas Falls is an 8-metre terraced classical waterfall found on CN property that flows year round near the Bruce Trail at the Dundas District Public School in Dundas, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. This waterfall has been reconfigured to control flooding at the school beside it.

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Safari Niagara

Have you ever come face to face with a hippopotamus?
Can you imagine nuzzling noses with a giraffe?
Want to hang out with a two-toed sloth?

You can at Safari Niagara

More than 1000 animals and birds are waiting to meet you at Safari Niagara, Niagara’s Wildest Animal Adventure!
Safari Niagara is a 150-acre nature park located within a 10-minute drive from Niagara Falls, Canada and Buffalo, USA.


Safari Niagara features an incredible range of exciting, educational activities for all ages and abilities-from a petting park to children’s playgrounds, Interactive animal presentations and feeding demonstrations, slash pad, fishing, paddle boating, playgrounds, Keeper Talks and one of Canada’s largest steel sculpture exhibits! Bring a picnic or feast on a fantastic meal at our counter-service restaurant.

SPECTACULAR SHOWS & CONCERTS!

Safari Niagara has entertainment for all ages from live outdoor concerts to sky-soaring birds of prey presentations. Don’t miss our Keeper Talks where you’ll get familiar with Safari Niagara animals and their handlers for an interactive experience to remember. Come along on our guided tours featuring the big cats, primates and bears. Visitors can even try their hand at feeding a gentle Giraffe or a hungry Hippopotamus!

2020 HOURS OF OPERATION

  • MAY 18, 2020 – JUNE 14, 2020: 10:00AM – 5:00PM
  • JUNE 15, 2020 – SEPTEMBER 2, 2020: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
  • SEPTEMBER 3, 2020 – OCTOBER 11, 2020: 10:00AM – 5:00PM
  • OCTOBER 12, 2020 – OCTOBER 14, 2020: 9:30AM – 4:00PM
  • OCTOBER 15, 2020: Closed For The Season

VISITORS OF ALL AGES CAN EXPERIENCE THE SAFARI NIAGARA PARK THROUGH:

  • Educational, Narrated Tram R >
    • MAY 18, 2020 – JUNE 14, 2020: 10:00AM – 5:00PM
    • JUNE 15, 2020 – SEPTEMBER 2, 2020: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
    • SEPTEMBER 3, 2020 – OCTOBER 11, 2020: 10:00AM – 5:00PM
    • OCTOBER 12, 2020 – OCTOBER 14, 2020: 9:30AM – 4:00PM
    • OCTOBER 15, 2020: Closed For The Season

    General Admission

    Your Safari Niagara all day admission pass includes complimentary parking, admission to Safari Niagara NEW splash pad, interactive animal presentations, guided tours of the Silent Forest, fishing, kite flying and paddle boating and so much more!

    FREE admission to children 2 & under.

    MAY 18 – 31, SEPT 3 – OCT 14

    Children (3-12) $20.95 + HST
    Adults (13-64) $25.95 + HST
    Seniors (65+) $20.95 + HST

    IN SEASON RATES 2020 : JUNE 1 – SEPT 2

    Children (3-12) $28.95 + HST
    Adults (13-64) $34.95 + HST
    Seniors (65+) $28.95 + HST

    SEASON PASS 2020

    Adult/Senior $70.00 + HST
    Child $60.00 + HST

    • Offer:- $3.00 off admission rates for tickets purchased after 2:00PM.
    • Enjoy the park and included amenities all season long (includes access to splash pad, paddleboats, fishing and playgrounds)
    • From June 1st — Labor day your seasons pass now includes unlimited use of the ropes course, and safari r >

    Group Rates

    Call the Safari Niagara sales office for more information on GROUP RATES

    School Programs

    For more information please call office hours 8am-4pm, 905-382-9669

    SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

    Ziggy’s Zoovenier shop is a perfect place to find unique gifts for everyone on your list. Plush animals, apparel, gifts, for everyone on your list. Plush animals, apparel, gifts, jewellery, games and more all with a wildlife conservation theme. Many of our items will be only available at Safari Niagara providing you with a one of a kind shopping experience. We also provide a variety of local, native and unique products.

    On your way in or out of the park be sure to visit the Stevensville Garden Gallery! Located adjacent to the Safari Niagara parking area, this garden center and gift store offers an array of unique indoor and outdoor home and gardening items year-round.

    Meet Wild Animals in Safari Niagara

    African Lion
    Species: Panthera Leo


    The African lion is the second largest cat (the tiger is the largest) and is the only cat with a mane.
    Like most cats, African lions sleep 16-20 hours a day.

    Amur Leopard
    Species: Panthera Paradus Orientalis

    Amur Leopards are the most critically endangered of all big cats. Native to Russia (specifically along the Amur River, hence their name) and Northern China, there are only about 40 Amur leopards left living in the wild. This is due to loss of habitat, loss of prey and poaching by humans.

    Bald Eagle
    Species: Haliaeetus Leucocephalus

    The Bald Eagle is the only eagle confined to North America and there are not other large black birds in North America with white heads and tails.
    Bald Eagles, like all birds, see in colour. An eagle’s eye is almost as large as humans but they can see at least four times more defined. The eagle can identify a moving rabbit at a mile away.

    Black Bears
    Species: Ursus Americanus

    Black bears are bulky, heavyset mammals. Although named «Black Bear» Their colours can vary from brown, dark brown, cinnamon, blue, black to even white. The eyesight of the black bear is relatively poor but their sense of smell and hearing are very well developed. The claws of the black bear are very strong. They are used in searching for food by digging and tearing out roots, logs and stumps, searching for ants etc.

    Blue Gold Macaw
    Species: Ara ararauna

    Blue and Gold Macaws are one of the larger macaws. They live in flocks in the wild and are intensely social birds, mating for life. Notice how parrots feet are different than most other birds. They have four toes. Two point forward and two point backward. This gives the Macaw an excellent grasp of its perch or tree limb.

    Bobcat
    Species: Felis Rufus

    The Bobcat, named for its short tail, looks very similar to the Canada Lynx. They can be distinguished from the Lynx by their shorter hind legs, shorter ear tufts and smaller feet. The Lynx has black all around the tip of its tail, whereas the Bobcats tail is black only on the top.

    Cougar
    Species: Felis Concolour

    Also known as a puma, panther or mountain lion, cougars are one of the only three cats native to Canada. (The Bobcat and Lynx are much smaller with shorter tails.) The Cougar is the second largest cat in the western hemisphere. (The Jaguar is the largest.) They vary considerably in size throughout their range but the males generally weigh 1½ times more than females.

    Giraffe
    Species: CarCamelidae Giraffidae

    The giraffe is the tallest animal in the world. The male giraffe may grow up to 18 feet tall and weigh up to 2000 lbs. Females are slightly smaller. The long neck of the giraffe has the usual seven vertebrae as most mammals but each is greatly elongated. Along with the neck, there are other adaptations a giraffe possesses to help it survive in the wild. The giraffe’s long tongue for instance, can extend up to 18 inches and is prehensile so it can wrap around leaves or shoots high in the trees.

    Great Horned Owl
    Species: Bubo Virginianus

    The Great Horned owls are one of the most widespread species of owls. They occur all over the United States, most of Canada and Southward to Central and South America. The males and females are similar in appearance except the female is the larger of the two.

    Grey Wolves
    Species: Canis Lupus

    Wolves are very communal animals with a complex and organized social structure. They hunt in groups (called packs) and spend most of their lives in the presence of other wolves.

    Jaguar
    Species: Panthera Onca

    The only difference between a spotted jaguar and a black jaguar is their colour. Melanistic means black when it comes to cats. Melanistic jaguars are common in certain parts of their range and are often confusingly labelled «Black Panthers», which is also applied to Black Leopards. In this melanistic form the cats are more difficult to separate, however the Jaguars large head and stocky forelimbs are often a good way to differentiate between the two cats.

    Kangaroo
    Species: Macropus Rufus

    The Red Kangaroo is one of the largest living marsupials. (Marsupial means the mother carries the baby in a pouch.) The red is the largest of all Australian Kangaroos. Males can be as tall as 2 meters and weigh as much as 90 kg. The females may be 3 times smaller.

    Monkey
    Species: Cebus Capucinus

    The name Capuchin comes from their manes which resemble that of a Capuchin Monk. These small monkeys spend most of their time in the mid-canopy of the Amazon Rain Forests of Central and South America. They usually only come to the ground to drink.

    Red Deer
    Species: Cervus elaphus

    Red deer are part of the Cervidae family which has been evolving since the early Miocene era about 20 million years ago. They are some of the most widely distributed deer in the world. They range from New Zealand, through Eurasia to Northern Europe.

    Red-Tailed Hawk
    Species: Buteo jamaicensis

    Hawks are carnivores (meat eaters) and they belong to a category known as raptors. (Birds of Prey) Their beaks are hooked and strong. Their feet have 3 toes; two pointed forward and one pointing to the rear. (Unlike parrots) Their claws or talons are long curved and very sharp. Like all hawks, the Red Tailed hawks talons are its main weapon.

    Lemur
    Species: Ring-tailed Lemur

    You might recognize these guys as Zaboomafoo from the televisions Kratt’s Kreatures. Actually Zaboo is a sifika, which bares similar characteristics closely resembling that of a ringtail lemur. Maybe it’s their distinct colouration. Their undersides are white and their faces are white with dark triangular eye patches and black noses. Their common name comes from the 13 alternating black and white bands.

    Siberian Tiger
    Species: Tigris Altaica

    Siberian Tigers are the largest of all tiger’s subspecies with males averaging up to 700 pounds and females averaging up to 500 pounds. An average Siberian is 12 — 13 feet from the nose to the tip of the tail and 3 feet high at the shoulders. Siberian Tigers are the only tigers to live in cold weather often below zero degrees Fahrenheit and they get their name from the region in which they live, the Amur-Ussuri region of Siberia. Some have been found in North-eastern China and North Korea.


    Spider Monkey
    Species: Ateles paniscus

    Spider monkeys are like the trapeze artists of the animal world. They enjoy spending much of their time swinging from limb to limb high above the jungle floor. They can use their tails, which are longer than their bodies to grip when two hands just aren’t enough. This tail (called a prehensile tail) can also be used to pick things up and as you’ll notice this species lacks a thumb.

    Spotted Jaguar
    Species: Panthera Onca

    Apart from man, the jaguar has no rivals. No other predator can compete with this powerful cat. In comparison with the other cats of its size the jaguar has particularly powerful jaws and often kills its prey by piercing the skull with one swift bite.

    Yellow-nape Amazon
    Species: Amazona auropalliata

    The Yellow-nape Amazon is one of the most talented talkers of the Amazon species. This very intelligent member of the Amazon family will usually start learning to talk as young as 4 months and their capacity to learn new words and phrases increases, as they get older.

    Zebra
    Species: Equus

    Usually Grants’ Zebras are vertically striped in the front, horizontally on the back legs and diagonally on the rump and hind flanks. These stripes allow them to become almost invisible in tall grass and hard to make out in the open because their outline becomes broken up by the stripes. If standing in a herd it is hard to pick out an individual Zebra.

    What to Do at Safari Niagara

    Splash Pad

    Wet, wild and wacky fun for kids old and young awaits you at Safari Niagara splash pad. Jolly Splashers and rainbow misters will wet the wee ones while the older of the species amuse themselves with squirting teeter totters and motorcycles, tipping fish and kid-controlled, jungle themed «wet heads». Conveniently located on the southern side of Merembe House at tram stop number 2.

    • Change rooms available
    • Patio area
    • Gift shop
    • Water depth: 10 inches
    • Adult supervision is mandatory
    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Safari Niagara recommends that you always be smart and wear a sunscreen when outdoors
    • Opening Date — Mid June
    • Closing Date — Mid September (Weather Dependent)

    Petting Zoo

    Animal Communication, interaction between animals in which information transmitted from one animal or group of animals affects the behaviour of other animals. Safari Niagara has established an area that allows for animal communication of an up close and personal kind. Animals typically exchange information using a signal, such as facial expression, sound, or touch. Communication between animals helps them coordinate the vital functions of their lives-namely, gathering food, staking out territory, caring for young, defending themselves or interaction with other species such as humans.

    Most commonly, animal communication is intraspecific (occurring between animals of the same species). Intraspecific communication also helps distinguish individuals in a particular animal group. Mother gulls learn to recognize the individual calls of their own chicks so that they can quickly find their babies in densely populated gull colonies.

    Communication can also be interspecific (occurring between different animal species). Many animals who share habitats learn to use signals from other species as warnings for approaching danger. Tree-living monkeys respond to the alarm cries of other animal to warn of danger. Many animals also have mutual relations that help each other survive or add in some other areas of comfort. Safari Niagara has created a unique opportunity for people to communicate with animals. We have created an opportunity to communicate through touch, voice and even an odd facial expression or so.

    Please make sure to visit our communication park that allows you an up close and personal interaction with the other species. Who knows what you may learn or teach to another species?

    Children’s Playing Area

    Play is a child’s way of learning — it develops imaginations, inspires delight, creates wonder, increases curiosity and enchants the little ones. Safari Niagara has created an outstanding play environment adjacent to our picnic pavilion — featuring slides, swings, climbers, tunnels, bridges and «tree huts».

    With Mom and Dad an arm’s length away enjoying a rest at one of the many benches and picnic tables, kids can occupy themselves on our great CSA approved play equipment, meet some new friends and chat with their peers about the neat experience they have had at Safari Niagara. Yet another added value for families at Safari Niagara!

    Fishing

    Fishing at Safari Niagara is an exciting and fun learning experience, under the supervision of an experienced angler. We have a well stocked pond that ensures a large selection of crafty fish such as black bass and sunfish. Our catch and release program ensures the safety of our fish and provides you with an experience that you will never forget. In fact we can even help with those big fish stories.


    People have fished since ancient times, when pieces of bone were used as hooks and lengths of vine as line. The oldest known painting of an angler using a rod or staff comes from Egypt and is dated about 2000 BC. Can you just picture yourself fishing on the shore of a great lake with Zebra and Giraffe just over your shoulder? Greek philosophers Plato and Aristotle mentioned angling in their writings, and other Greek writers gave tips about fishing lines. In the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD, The Romans wrote about Macedonian trout anglers using artificial flies as lures.

    The methods and tackle used for fishing evolved slowly through the centuries, and not until the late 15th century did sport fishing as it is now known really begin. In 1496 the written first book gave specific details for in English about the use of the fishing rod. The book describes the construction of hooks and rods for angling. The manuscript also describes how to tie knots in fishing lines and how to make and use artificial lures and flies to take advantage of the feeding habits of game fish. At Safari Niagara we fish for fun and relaxation and we release all our catches. Our fishing programming is a catch and release program under supervision, we want to make sure you have a safe and memorable time.

    We offer fishing equipment to use free of charge and bait is available at a nominal fee.

    Bounce-A-Rooz

    We have 2 NEW Jumping Pillows this year! They are huge, inflatable pillows allowing you to jump sky-high and bounce until you can’t bounce any more — Our Bounce-A-Rooz

    Even the little ones can enjoy one all of their own!

    *June 1st or later — Labour Day only. Weather Permitting.

    Safari Speedway

    Do you want to go on journeys of discovery through the splendors of nature? Our NEW Pedal Bike Go-Karts take you anywhere you want to go on the track. With their impressively large tires you can forge a route across our awesome track. Thanks to its camouflage you can blend in naturally like our animals! Let the Discovery begin!

    *June 1st or later — Labour Day only. Weather Permitting.

    Paddling

    Come and enjoy our paddle boats on our manmade lake. FREE with park entrance!

    Keeper Talks

    Learn more about some of your favourite animals from the keepers who take care of them on a daily basis. Our Keeper Talks will provide educational information about what is required to care for our animals, share some of their unique personalities with you and provide you with an intimate look on conservation.

    Please Note: All Keeper Talks are weather permitting and do not run in inclement weather.

    Put on your safari hat, if you have one, and join in our free guided tours. A trained guide will walk you through the Silent Forest and the Primates Pass and stop at each habitat to give a short talk on each species. The tours are informal so you can ask as many questions as you like.

    Do you want to know how much a tiger eats in one day? Perhaps you’ve always wondered what the difference is between a lynx and a bobcat? How do you tell and monkey from an ape? You’ll find out on our big cats and primates guided tours. Safari Niagara is pleased to introduce a new guided tour this season, The Bear Facts, will uncover the mysteries of the bear. You’ll find out whether bears really hibernate all winter, what types of food they eat and tons more. All of our guided tours run daily.

    Tram Tours

    Give your legs a rest and climb about the Gator Express, an open-air tram system that makes several designated stops throughout the park allowing you to get on and off as often as you wish. The tram ride is also a guided tour of Safari Niagara, so you can relax and listen as you make your way around the perimeter of the park.

    The tram stops at the restaurant, the Silent Forest, the Zooniversity staging area, the paddle boats and main entrance/gift shop. The tram is wheelchair accessible and equipped with a ramp. Strollers and wagons are also welcome on board.

    Sculptures

    Safari Niagara is home to the largest steel sculpture exhibit by one artist in the country. Rod Dowling has been creating his one-of-a-kind pieces for Safari Niagara since the park opened in 2002 and today there are more than 200 on display throughout the grounds.

    From 50-foot high stainless steel sculptures to usable steel benches, Mr. Dowling has added an incredible uniqueness to Safari Niagara with his talent of using recycled pieces of steel to create these one-of-a-kind sculptures.

    SkyQuest (June 1 — Labour Day)

    Welcome to SkyQuest, a brand new multi-level adventure ropes course at Safari Niagara, the first of its kind in Ontario. Challenge the thrill-seeker in you by navigating a stimulating obstacle course 30 feet in the air using only ropes and beams. Anyone can participate, children under 48″ tall must be accompanied by a chaperone.

    Smaller adventurous types can join in the fun on SkyTykes, a challenging course of balance beams, ropes and bridges similar to its larger counterpart, SkyQuest.

    Individuals are harnessed and maneuver themselves along a track for safety. And there’s no hurry. you conquer the course at your own pace, making it a great adventure for the whole family!

    Frequently Asked Questions

    When is Safari Niagara open?
    Safari Niagara is open seasonally from May to October.

    How much is admission to Safari Niagara for one day?
    Adults 13 and older are $30.95; seniors 65 and older are $25.95; children 3 to 12 are $25.95; children two and under are FREE! During our shoulder season, May 16-31 and Sept. 8 — Oct. 12 Adults 13 and older are $20.95; seniors 65 and older are $16.95; children 3 to 12 are $16.95; children two and under are FREE!. (prices do not include applicable taxes)

    How many animals and birds live at Safari Niagara?
    Safari Niagara is home to more than 100 species of animals and birds from hippopotamuses and giraffes to parrots and eagles. In total, there are more than 1000 animals and birds. The park has large collections of ungulates, big cats, including a white tiger and snow leopard as well as a variety of primates including gibbons apes and spider monkeys.

    Can we have a picnic at Safari Niagara?
    No glass containers or bbqs. You can eat at the Merembe House (No picnic basket).

    Does Safari Niagara offer discounts to groups?
    Yes, groups are definitely welcome at Safari Niagara and will receive a discount based on the number of people in your group. We also offer packages and incentives for corporate and school groups. You can also celebrate birthdays and reunions at Safari Niagara with per person rates. Please call for group discounts- 905-382-9669 ext 254.


    Where is Safari Niagara located?
    Safari Niagara is located at 2821 Stevensville Road in Stevensville, Ontario. Stevensville is located within the municipal boundaries of the Town of Fort Erie, Ontario. For more information about Fort Erie and Stevensville, go to www.forterie.on.ca.

    Is Safari Niagara privately owned?
    Yes, Safari Niagara is owned and operated privately by the Tykolis family.

    Is Safari Niagara accessible to wheelchairs and strollers?
    Definitely. All of the trails are either paved or smooth surfaces suitable for wheelchairs and strollers. The tram is also equipped to safely transport wheelchairs, strollers and wagons. People of all ages and abilities are encouraged to visit Safari Niagara!

    Can I bring food into the Park?
    Yes, you can pack your own food to bring into the park with the exception of glass, alcohol beverages and BBQ’s. Also there is food on-site at various food locations throughout Safari Niagara.

    Does Safari Niagara Offer Day Camps & Bithday Parties?
    Yes, Safari Niagara offers an Adventure Day Camp Program for children ages 6 to 12. Also Safari Niagara offer birthday parties.

    Does Safari Niagara Offer Coroporate Picnics and Events?
    Yes, Safari Niagara offers various corporate packages. For more information, please contact our group sales department at 905-382-9669 ext.254

    Can I feed the animals?
    Yes, you can feed the animals food that is provided at the park. Outside food not allowed.

    What all include in a Day Admission to Safari Niagara?
    Your day admission is all-inclusive and gives you unlimited access to all in-park shows, tours and presentations as well as activities.

    Directions

    Directions from Hamilton

    Take the HWY-403 E ramp toward TORONTO.

    Merge onto PROVENCIAL ROUTE 403 E.

    Merge onto QEW toward NIAGARA.

    Merge onto Sodom Rd S via EXIT 16 toward CRYSTAL BEACH.

    End at Safari Niagara 2821 Stevensvill Rd, Stevensvill, ON L0S 1S0, CA

    Directions from Toronto

    Merge onto GARDINER EXPY W.

    GARDINER EXPY W. becomes QEW S

    Merge onto Sodom Rd S via EXIT 16 toward CRYSTAL BEACH.

    End at Safari Niagara 2821 Stevensvill Rd, Stevensvill, ON L0S 1S0, CA

    Directions from Niagara Falls

    Merge onto QEW toward FORT ERIE.

    Merge onto Sodom Rd S via EXIT 16 toward CRYSTAL BEACH.

    End at Safari Niagara 2821 Stevensvill Rd, Stevensvill, ON L0S 1S0, CA

    Directions from Buffalo

    PEACE BRIDGE becomes QEW

    Merge onto NETHERBY RD via EXIT 12.

    Turn LEFT onto STEVENSVILLE RD.

    End at Safari Niagara 2821 Stevensvill Rd, Stevensvill, ON L0S 1S0, CA

    Directions from Niagara Falls, NY

    RAINBOW BRIDGE becomes ROBERTS ST.

    Stay STRAIGHT to go onto PROVENCIAL ROUTE 420 W.

    Merge onto Sodom Rd. Via EXIT 16 toward CRYSTAL BEACH


    End at Safari Niagara 2821 Stevensvill Rd, Stevensvill, ON L0S 1S0, CA

    Safari Niagara — Contact Details

    Address: 2821 Stevensville Road Stevensville, Ontario L0S 1S0

    Safari Niagara

    Safari Niagara

    Location: 2821 Stevensville Road , Stevensville Ontario Canada, L0S 1S0

    Have you ever seen a Hippopotamus or a giraffe up close? If not, Safari Niagara is the place for you take a trip from Toronto to Niagara Falls and share this amazing experience with your friends and family. Niagara Safari sits on 44 hectares and houses over 1000 animals!

    Taking a tour of the Safari Niagara is educational and exciting, especially for children. There are playgrounds and a petting zoo. You can take a trip from Toronto to Niagara to feed and interact with the many animals, fly a kite, ride paddle boats, catch and release fishing and much more! The Safari has exciting live concerts and exhibits of huge steel structures. If you are thinking of having a picnic here, you can either bring your lunch or purchase lunch at one of the restaurants. Grab a cold ice cream on a hot day at the Kool Stop located by the Splash Pad. So if you are looking at a fun way to spend time with the family and learn about animals visit Safari Niagara.

    General Operating Hours May 13 to May 31:

    Day Operating Hours*
    Monday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Tuesday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Wednesday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Thursday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Friday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Saturday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Sunday 9:00AM – 5:00PM

    *General operating hours only, please call 905-382-9669 to confirm

    General Operating Hours June 1 to September 4:

    Day Operating Hours*
    Monday 9:00AM – 6:00PM
    Tuesday 9:00AM – 6:00PM
    Wednesday 9:00AM – 6:00PM
    Thursday 9:00AM – 6:00PM
    Friday 9:00AM – 6:00PM
    Saturday 9:00AM – 6:00PM
    Sunday 9:00AM – 6:00PM

    *General operating hours only, please call 905-382-9669 to confirm

    General Operating Hours September 5 to October 6:

    Day Operating Hours*
    Monday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Tuesday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Wednesday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Thursday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Friday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Saturday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    Sunday 9:00AM – 5:00PM

    *General operating hours only, please call 905-382-9669 to confirm

    General Operating Hours October 7 to October 9:

    Day Operating Hours*
    Monday 10:00AM – 4:00PM
    Tuesday 10:00AM – 4:00PM
    Wednesday 10:00AM – 4:00PM
    Thursday 10:00AM – 4:00PM
    Friday 10:00AM – 4:00PM
    Saturday 10:00AM – 4:00PM
    Sunday 10:00AM – 4:00PM

    *General operating hours only, please call 905-382-9669 to confirm

    General Operating Hours October 10: CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

    Safari Niagara , Stevensville

    Board a tram, ride pedal bike go-karts, or simply walk through the Silent Forest at Safari Niagara. The site is home to more than 1,000 animals, including native and exotic mammals, reptiles, and birds. The safari offers a number of family-friendly activities, such as sport fishing, a multi-level adventure ropes course, splash pads, jumping pillows, and paddle boats. Visit a miniature barn and a farmyard of small animals. Watch eagles, falcons, owls, and vultures right before your eyes. Amenities include benches and picnic tables. Stainless-steel sculptures created on-site by Niagara artist Rod Dowling—some over 15 m (50 ft) high—dot the landscape. By using our Stevensville trip itinerary maker site , you can arrange your visit to Safari Niagara and other attractions in Stevensville.

    Sunday 10am — 5pm
    Monday 10am — 5pm
    Tuesday 10am — 5pm
    Wednesday 10am — 5pm
    Thursday 10am — 5pm
    Friday 10am — 5pm
    Saturday 10am — 5pm

    2821 Stevensville Rd,
    Stevensville,
    ON L0S 1S0,
    Canada

    We enjoyed the train ride through the park. And the kids loved the free splash park. Along with the huge jungle gym 🙂 more »

    We visited off-season in September and were disappointed that so many attractions were closed such as: the splash pad, ropes course, bouncy castle area, merry- go-round and most food vendors. Our Gran. more »

    This safari puts you on a small bus and takes you through the park on a nice slow ride. The animals aren’t cooped up in cages and have plenty of roaming space. Was great to see animals being able to r. more »

    Thoroughly enjoyed our day. Its a great place for family visit. Animals were great and such a good collection. Friendly staff and such a great well maintained, natural zoo. We love going to zoos and I have to say this was one the best. Splash pad was great, bouncy and skywest was a treat. My family loved it. Giraffe, Hippos and Tigers were treat to watch and the monkeys and pirates and all others. The best part all rides and adventures were included in the entry fees. Not like some of the other bigger zoos. Don’t wast money and time on Zoos like Toronto Zoo. go to Niagara Safari. Save and have fun.

    A great zoo with well-maintained enclosures and happy animals. A nice break from Clifton Hill neon and noise in our Niagara Falls vacation. We got in for half price with our Toronto Zoo membership; I might feel a little different if I’d paid full price. That said, staff were happy to refill water bottles and there were many additional activities to do at no extra charge. It was very easy to spend a full day here.

    This was a great zoo. There were a lot of animals, informative meet and greets with staff, awesome parks, splash pad, ropes course, merry go round, catch and release pond, pedal carts and paddle boats (all included with admission). We even got to feed the giraffes which was a highlight (food for giraffes cost $5). The food was pricey, and we will definitely bring a picnic next time, but overall we had a great day. It was not super busy (we went on a Friday) which made for a much more enjoyable experience. We will be back!!

    Fantastic Zoo! Staff is incredible and super friendly!! People that drive the gator tram through the park are always so helpful! Everyone greets you, smiles and genuinely wants to make sure you have a great time. Animals all have huge, clean and well maintained enclosures. Love that year after year they add new things and are still expanding. Such a great idea to have the hand wash stations by the petting zoo area!! Splash pad is huge and so much fun. Would love if they could make the change rooms bigger in the future. We love our time spent here!

    Perfect day for an outing with the kids. You can actually see the animals. The animals seemed happy and carefree. The red parrot streatary was absolutely amazing! The food was fresh, hot and the portions huge. Great bang for your buck. The service was so awesome.

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    By now we have photographed the majority of famous waterfalls of the world: Angel Falls in Venezuela, Victoria Falls, located on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, as well as Iguazu Falls in Brazil and Argentina. Today we’ll bring you our virtual tour over Niagara Falls.

    We have already made an attempt to shoot Niagara Falls from a regular helicopter but we failed. Unfortunately, our pilot refused to fly to the waterfall closer than a few kilometers despite of our approved flight plan. And now, thanks to our colleague Nick Ivanov from Canada, we have a chance to show you Niagara Falls from a close range.

    Here are a few facts about Niagara Falls.

    At the place where North American Niagara River separates two of the Great Lakes, Erie and Ontario, nature created a magnificent cascade of waterfalls. Each waterfall has its own name: the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls. However all of them are known under one name — Niagara Falls. This is the most important landmark of the USA and Canada at the same time, as it separates one country from another.

    Great Lakes of North America, Niagara River, and its waterfalls are results of shifting of an ice shield that moved down from the Eastern Canada territory over ten thousand years ago. The glacier crashed everything on its way, deepening and widening riverbeds, and creating or eliminating lakes.

    Interestingly enough, the geological characteristics of the area are such that the layers of soil are still moving, even if their movement is not as dramatic any more. During past centuries Niagara Falls have moved eleven kilometers south. According to scientists, the waterfall has been moving with the average speed of one, one and a half meters per year during last 560 years. Today special engineering efforts managed to slow the shifting a little bit.

    On the international scale Niagara Falls is not that high — just 53 meters. Here are few numbers for comparison: Angel Falls in Venezuela drops its water from 807 meters, and Victoria Falls in Zambia and Zimbabwe is 108 meters high. However the width of Niagara Falls is 792 meters. This fact places it together with the widest waterfalls in the world (comparing with Angel and Victoria — 107 and 1800 meters respectively).

    These numbers demonstrate how different a waterfall can be. Every one of them is unique. It is also true for the waterfalls that form the Niagara Falls complex.

    A small island called Luna separates the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls (that truly looks like a bridal wear). Their combined width is about 335 meters. At the same time, there is a giant pile of large sharp rocks at the foot of the American Falls, which makes a visible part of the waterfall 21 meter high.

    Being separated by Goat Island, which was formed relatively late (the Niagara River was split into two channels about five hundred years ago), the Horseshoe Falls stands apart from the two. The speed and power of the American Falls are considerably less than those of the Horseshoe Falls, because Goat Island slows down masses of water; and in case of Horseshoe Falls, nothing stands on its way.

    Named after deceased herd of artiodactyls, Goat Island is a popular tourist destination as it offers an opportunity to enjoy a spectacular view and also to take pictures of Niagara Falls. Little bridges connect the island with the US mainland and neighboring Luna Island. The Cavern of The Winds, another Niagara attraction, is also located here. From inside the cavern, one can admire the waterfall up close and also feel the power and presence of the big water. And when we say «power» we really mean it — drops of water shower you from head to toe! This is why each tourist receives a raincoat and waterproof footwear at the entrance to the cavern.

    Niagara Falls attracts not only millions of tourists, but also those who want to experience extreme sensations. In 1829 Sam Patch became famous as a first man, who jumped from the Horseshoe Falls and survived. Another so-called record was set in 1901 by a 63-year-old Annie Taylor, who went over the waterfall in a barrel. The event of 1960 is rightfully called «The Miracle of Niagara», as a 7-year-old boy accidentally fell down the Horseshoe Falls and survived. Unfortunately, raging waters of Niagara Falls also took many human lives.

    Location and position of Niagara Falls doesn’t allow a group view of all the waterfalls from one spot. Some people believe that the most spectacular view opens from the Canadian shore; those who travel to Niagara Falls on American side are also satisfied with the picture. And now you have an opportunity to enjoy the magnificent panorama of all waterfalls from the widest possible angle — a bird’s eye view — without a risk of getting wet or falling down the stream.

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