Burgers' Safari

Safari

Burgers’ Safari

Burgers’ Safari

Your visit to Burgers’ Safari brings you to the leopards and the lion family, which you can view from a wooden observation cabin. Burgers' Zoo has a long and successful tradition in the accommodation of lions. In the thirties of the 20th century the first lion accommodation without bars was built at the park. At the end of the 1960s the lions moved to the Safari area. Multiple large groups of lions were housed here and many little lions were born. Over a thousand lion cubs drew their first breath of air here at Burgers' Zoo!

Walk past a watering place

Walk past a watering place

However, you will also walk past a watering place for the animals, where, with a little luck, the white rhinoceros will quench their thirst. Unfolding before your eyes is the Savannah landscape, where large groups of gnus, zebras, waterbucks, kudus and giraffes live. There are nine different subspecies of giraffes, which each slightly differ in colour and in the pattern of their spots. At Burgers' Zoo you will see about 15 Rothschild giraffes. In nature this variant is rare with only about 700 animals remaining.

Enormous mass of rocks

Enormous mass of rocks

The enormous mass of rocks on the edge of the Savannah is known in Africa as a ‘kopje’. Between these rocks on an extensive terrace you can enjoy the view across the Savannah, while you relish African dishes and drinks.

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