OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. -- Despite numerous theme park and attractions closures due to the coronavirus outbreak, Wild Florida is keeping one of its experiences open.
- Wild Florida's Drive-thru Safari Park is still open
- Visitors can see more than 100 animals from their cars
- Other offerings at the attraction are temporarily suspended
The Osceola County attraction's Drive-thru Safari Park is still open for visitors.
From the comfort of their own car, visitors can see more than "100 native and exotic animals" along the way. And since visitors are confined to their cars, social distancing is in full effect.
The experience, which is completely hands-free, can be booked online. It costs $15 for adults and $10 for kids.
Wild Florida has temporarily suspended other offerings, including its airboat tours, close-up animal encounters and its gator park until further notice.
For more information about the Drive-thru Safari Park, visit wildfloridaairboats.com.