Definition of safari park in English:

safari park

noun

  • An area of parkland where wild animals are kept in the open and may be observed by visitors driving through.

    • ‘Maxwell is an oddball penguin who doesn't like the cold and can't swim and has adventures in a safari park.’
    • ‘Anyway, at the safari park in Dallas I got to scrape some rhino tusk (and smoked it that night but nowt happened) and feed a giraffe.’
    • ‘The safari park first opened in 1966 and continues to play a major role in the world programme of the breeding and conservation of endangered species.’
    • ‘Perhaps Old Macdonald's many years on this earth had turned him into a loveable eccentric, like Lord Bath, who has a safari park within the grounds of his ‘farm’.’
    • ‘Ai Ai took up the habit when her mate died, cadging cigarettes from visitors to the Qinling safari park in China's Shaanxi province.’
    • ‘Before long, disgruntled safari-goers were complaining that premium parks such as Masai Mara or Amboseli were so overcrowded, they provided an experience no more wild than a visit to a safari park at home.’
    • ‘If you are going to be sent to an area like Africa where living off the wildlife is a realistic proposal, go to a zoo or a safari park and learn to see the animals.’
    • ‘And finally tonight, an elephant at a safari park in England gave visitors something of a surprise.’
    • ‘Sometimes I can work from first light until dusk and I often sleep out on the safari park so I can see the animals first thing.’
    • ‘At Longleat the children enjoyed the safari park, saw the gorillas watching television and were entertained by clowns organised by the Rotary Club.’
    • ‘You're able to drive around this place, like you would in a safari park for example, have the windows down and see the animals close up.’
    • ‘To celebrate both his birthday and 30 years dedicated work at the safari park, the grandfather-of-two got the gift of a lifetime with the arrival of his bright red and black namesake.’
    • ‘The visitors will see activities of the Masai tribe of Kenya, an exhibition about ecological tourism and an African safari park.’
    • ‘Planet Sauvage is the most exciting and child-friendly, a safari park on the road from Nantes with a huge selection of big cats and bears who inhabit a Dali-esque mountain landscape.’
    • ‘He wrote back personally and said he would be delighted to display the tiger at his stately home in Wiltshire which also has a safari park in part of its 10,000-acre estate.’
    • ‘The lie of the land: just west of Windsor, on the site of the old safari park, Legoland snared more than 1.3m visitors last year, which puts it in Britain's top 10 paid attractions.’
    • ‘The birth of the new giraffe forms part of a breeding programme for Rothschild's giraffes at the safari park, which had seen another giraffe born only four weeks before.’
    • ‘Head warden Keith Harris and other senior keepers from the Warminster safari park flew out to the 55,000-acre Lewa Wildlife Conservancy for a 10-day visit.’
    • ‘African elephants at a Wiltshire safari park are to pack their trunks over fears the creatures could become too amorous.’
    • ‘Its rich harmony of flora and fauna, an exotic safari park, Roman and Byzantine excavations and modern tourist facilities today draw tourists in the droves.’
    national park, animal sanctuary, preserve, reservation, conservation area
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Pronunciation

safari park