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Zoo Safari at São Paulo Zoo
Zoo Safari at São Paulo Zoo

Zoo Safari at São Paulo Zoo

Av. do Cursino, 6338 - Vila Moraes, São Paulo, 04195-020

The Basics

Visitors can join one of the safari tours or enjoy a self-drive tour of the park, exploring the 18 zones. Many of the animals, such as monkeys, giraffes, and camels, are free-roaming and can approach the cars, while others, such as rhinos, alligators, and lions, are protected from approaching the vehicles.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Safari tours leave every hour and take around an hour; self-drive visitors can spend as long as they like driving around.

  • The safari requires separate admission from the zoo.

  • The Zoo Safari is wheelchair-accessible, and entrance is free for disability-badge holders.

  • Entry lines can be long in peak season, so get there early.

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How to Get There

The Zoo Safari is located in the Parque do Estado in south São Paulo, around 9 miles (15 kilometers) south of downtown. To get there by public transport, ride the metro to Jabaquara station, from which shuttle buses run to the park.

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When to Get There

The zoo is open daily from midmorning to late afternoon. The most active times for the animals, particularly during the hot summer months, are in the morning and late afternoon, so consider timing your visit for these periods.

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São Paulo Zoo

The Zoo Safari is located next door to São Paulo Zoo, and although separate tickets are required, a popular choice is to visit both attractions on one day. The zoo is the largest in Brazil, with more than 3,000 animals including monkeys, giraffes, elephants, hippos, tigers, and lions, as well as native species such as golden lion tamarins and Lear’s macaw.

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