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Seaview Lion Park

#18 of 78 things to do in Port Elizabeth Features Animals
Lower Seaview Road, Port Elizabeth 6018, South Africa
+27 41 378 1702
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Lovely memorable day

I had a very lovely day here and got close up with lots of animals. Nice luch in the treetops... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
scott m
Great spot in need of some organization

As stated in other reviews, the Lion Park could use a little help in the organization department... read more

Reviewed 21 June 2017
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“nice animals” (2 reviews)
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Lower Seaview Road, Port Elizabeth 6018, South Africa
+27 41 378 1702
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I had a very lovely day here and got close up with lots of animals. Nice luch in the treetops. Friendly and informative staff. Good value overall.

Thank scott m
Reviewed 21 June 2017

As stated in other reviews, the Lion Park could use a little help in the organization department. The only employee or volunteer we saw the entire time was the guard at the gate. We were left driving around and looking at things by ourselves. Not...More

Thank CloudPotatoes
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

We visited on a cool overcast day, the Tigers were very active and gave all great opportunities for photographs. The lion were roaring and growling which was a great treat for the kids. Afterwards we had went up to the Restaurant for coffee, cold drink...More

Thank DorianZZ
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Our family took a trip up to visit this place for the first time. We were denied the Lion Drive which allows you to drive through a gated area surrounded by lions with fencing in between you and the lions but were told it was...More

Thank JP M
Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

Found it to be very confusing and not well put together, it's expensive for what you get. Water in animals cages looked old, dirty and disgusting.

Thank Chazzy k
Reviewed 25 April 2017

So the Game Park is not to be blamed for the weather, cold and raining, typical Easter Weekend! The drive to the park is quick, just 10 minutes out of town and the park itself is lovely, with the rains a bit greener than I...More

Thank Faye J
Reviewed 1 April 2017

the game park has a lot of lions, tigers, and many big cats. They are caged in wide areas. You will see them behind wires. No direct contact or risky encounters.

Thank Mohamed_AbdulRazik
Reviewed 14 March 2017

We took friends from overseas there, to show them the white lions. The number of lions at the park have decreased dramatically since our last visit, and while our guests enjoyed the outing, we as locals left a little disappointed. There are many other animals...More

Thank M583ZWkathyc
Reviewed 28 February 2017 via mobile

The animals looked well kept and it was nice to drive amoung the animals and see them up close. It was an easy drive and def value for money

Reviewed 24 February 2017

We had such a lovely day at the Lion Park. They have lots of animals, not just lions and it was to get out into the open and enjoy these beautiful wild animals. Food is a bit rubbish and expensive but everything else was fab...More

Thank burmateak
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