AN attraction in Florida lets kids play with wild animals and camp in the wilderness – and it’s much cheaper than Disney World.
Jungle Island in Miami is home to flamingos, monkeys, penguins and bears, which kids can interact and play with.
Entrance to the 17 acre park costs just $27 (£20) for kids, or $36 (£27) for adults – compared to Disney World’s $115 (£88) day tickets.
This includes tickets to see all of the animals in the sanctuary, as well as feeding them at the petting zoo, playtime with kangaroos and the parks daily animal shows.
However, the park has loads of other things to try.
You can hang out with the lemurs and sloths, or get up close to the flamingos as additional VIP attractions at the park.
Want a break from the animals? There are also two escape rooms, a free-flight experience and an adventure play area with climbing walls and kids bungee jumping.
Celebrities are also fans, with Beyonce, Eva Mendes and Shakira all having been to the park with their children.
While there are no hotel facilities for adults, kids can camp in an overnight expedition.
For just $90 (£70), they can enjoy a hot dinner and breakfast, s’mores around the campfire, a night-time hike and a Nerf fight in the dark.
Jungle Island has recently launched their festival of lights, Luminosa, where millions of glowing attractions and flowers are found throughout.
There are even daily Chinese acrobat shows, with food and drink stalls.
The park will also open their treetop village in the near future, according to People, as well as an aerial adventure ark and large swimming lagoon with a lazy river.
However, some guests say parts of the park are still being renovated after it was badly damaged by Hurricane Irma in 2017.
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