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This place is a hidden gem... Which is good, because it's already difficult enough to book a reservation, unless you plan months in-advance (and that seven day cancellation policy... That can be a tad intimidating).
Their website, yes, it sucks and is difficult to understand...More
From arrival to departure this was a wonderful experience. Ours was a girls trip and all four of us stayed in one tent and were perfectly comfortable. We did the afternoon tour and the "crunch" tour where we fed the big cats and the elephants....More
Spent a Saturday night at Vision Quest and had a great time. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The cabin tent was very clean and comfortable. Sitting on the porch and watching the elephants, water buffalo and zebra in the outdoor enclosure was very...More
Loved having the elephants bring us our breakfast. Loved having bathrooms in our glamp tent! Loved hearing the animals during the night. Loved the easy commute to nearby attractions. Loved visiting the zoo next door. We enjoyed our stay and can’t wait to go back!
Our room (tent) had all the amenities of a first class hotel, but it was chilly! We loved watching the zebra playing withe the elephant in the play yard. Breakfast delivered by elephants was wonderful. Plenty of food, etc. the lions roaring woke us up...More
Response from AmySue1981 | Reviewed this property |
Pretty sure no. You can observe them from a deck during the day, you can feed them, and you can have a brief breakfast with them if you stay as a guest at one of the cabins. We did Butch's Bedtime and it was fantastic. The... More
Pretty sure no. You can observe them from a deck during the day, you can feed them, and you can have a brief breakfast with them if you stay as a guest at one of the cabins. We did Butch's Bedtime and it was fantastic. The elephants go into their enclosure for the night, and you can feed them, touch their trunks and ask any questions of the trainers. My kids loved it.