Park Visit Tips
To make your trip to River Safari safe, comfortable and memorable, here are some pre-arrival tips and advice.
Be sun safe
While most of the park is sheltered, it’s a good idea to bring a pair of sunglasses or visors to protect your eyes from the solar glare, especially on the Amazon River Quest boat ride. If you're prone to sunburn, we advise using sunblock or sunscreen as well.
Prepare for rain
The weather in a tropical climate can be unpredictable. Even though most parts of River Safari are sheltered, we suggest bringing an umbrella or raincoat. Otherwise, ponchos are also available on sale at our gift shops .
Wear insect repellent
River Safari takes preventive measures against mosquitoes and other insects, to ensure they don’t present a problem. However, to make sure you don’t get any unexpected bites, have some insect repellent handy.
Wear comfortable footwear
River Safari features many paved and well-designed pathways for you to explore the park. So make sure you come in a comfortable pair of shoes.
Mobility for children, the elderly and disabled
Bring enough drinking water. You can also purchase a wide selection of canned drinks, bottled drinks, water and juices at our F&B outlets.
There are various F&B options located throughout the park. Try the Mama Panda Kitchen at the Giant Panda Forest and for a thematic dining experience, or the River Safari Tea House at the Entrance Plaza for some sumptuous local fare. There are also refreshment kiosks located throughout the park.
Don't share your food with the animals
Our animals are on well-balanced diets ensuring their best health and optimum weight - you are not being kind to them by feeding them.
If you are ever in doubt or need help, please do not hesitate to approach any of our guest relation officers around River Safari.
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