If you’re looking forward to have an adventure of its kind with the animal kingdom, then you’ve made the right decision to spend your holiday in U.S.A. because it has it all. You should note that there are many zoos in the US and choosing the best ones to visit or trying to visit all of them might not be easy. Even though the zoos are many, not all of them are created equal and that’s why I thought that compiling a list of some of our favorite ones would be helpful for you.
Who said you can’t get anything for free in America? Lincoln Park Zoo sits in 35 acres of prime city land and contains 1,100 animals from approximately 200 species. Situated just next to Lake Michigan in Lincoln Park, Lincoln Park Zoo, which is a home to zebras, reptiles, giraffes along with rare animals such as Japanese macaques, Eastern black rhinoceros and red pandas, is an American free-admission zoo.
Memphis Zoo is known for giving visitors an inside look at both the life and care of more than 3,500 animals that it houses. If you’re visiting US with your family, then the zoo is a favorite destination for you because everyone will get something to enjoy. Make sure you look for the new jellyfish exhibit whereby some of the most magical creatures of the ocean are joined by an octopus along with pot-bellied sea horses in a alluring tank displays. A daily comprehensive schedule will keep you on task and you’ll get a highlight of huge number of animal feeding times as well as intimate animal discussions and stage shows that is supposed to ewe and educate you together with other visitors.
San Diego Zoo is known for its 3,700 animals of over 650 species and subspecies. Any visit to South California is never complete without a drive to the San Diego Zoo, which is part of San Diego Zoo Global, the world’s most prominent and largest zoological membership association with over half million members. The zoo is a home to three giant pandas and don’t fail to look out for the three-year-old cub Xiao Liwu.
The remarkable and accessible Cincinnati Zoo is where you’ll be filled with animal encounters like never before. It’s the place to be if you want to catch dozens of animal demonstrations and talks. Opened in 1875, Cincinnati Zoo is the second oldest in the country after the Philadelphia Zoo that was opened in 1874. You can choose to watch elephants as they bath or feed giraffes or witness first-hand the elegance of the cheetah’s bolt.
If you’re visiting U.S.A. with your children, then Denver Zoo is where you should visit because it’s nothing less than a delight for all children regardless of their ages. Immediately you enter the zoo, I would strongly recommend that you head directly to Toyota Elephant Passage where you find various animals such as Asian elephants, clouded leopards and some one-horned rhinoceroses grazing and socializing with each other. You’ll find pools and a six pre-planned itineraries for families, which include games that the whole family can enjoy.