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Jungle Island
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1111 Parrot Jungle Trail Miami, FL 33132
1111 Parrot Jungle TrailUSFloridaMiami33132
(305) 400-7000jungleisland.com
Tourist Attraction, Theme ParkToday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Jungle Island, South Florida’s popular zoological attraction, is situated on Watson Island in the heart of Miami between downtown and South Beach. Building upon a rich tradition that began in 1936, Jungle Island enriches the lives of park visitors through immersive experiences centered on adventure, animals, discovery and play. From exciting adventures including the new aqua park to educational VIP tours, camps and unforgettable interactions with some of the world’s most fascinating animals, Jungle Island offers guests a plethora of real-life jungle experiences. With its Treetop Ballroom and picturesque outdoor spaces, the park also serves as Miami’s destination for extraordinary events. Discover the new Jungle Island today. 

For additional information, follow #JungleIsland on social media and visit www.jungleisland.com.  


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Home to nearly 3,000 animal, bird & plant species, this destination boasts a petting zoo & trails.- Google
"I booked the VIP tour 2 days prior and it was amazing!"
"The primates look bored, as do the big cats."
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Abdulaziz Sheikh
2 weeks ago
A lot of things was disappointed. 1 the price was expensive 39$ for adult. 2 the shows was below average. 3 tiger photo for 59$ really!!!. 4 no free water!!! . 5 The credit card machines not working so we missed some adventure but Thier is an ATM on front only one . 6 my sun got bites form Ants around kids area it should be clean and safe zone . Photos both for 35$ for 2 pic. We spent around 150$ for 1 water 1 snack 2 adult and 1 kid and 2 pic. Not happy at all. Thank you anyway....
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Maria Luisa Lins
3 weeks ago
DO NOT GO! It is said that it exceeds the expectations of the USDA and State of Florida...Honestly, I don't know what the expectations are if this place 'exceeds' it, obviously the expectations aren't very high. The animals look MISERABLE. They are distressed, there are a couple animals that pace back and forth in their cages (that are far too small for them), there are some animals that don't even stand up (I don't know if this is due to drugging them or because they are simply that miserable). Many of the wild cats have bald spots in their fur. The monkeys are obviously bored due to too many being put in the same cage to the point that they have sores in their butts, from what I'm assuming, seating for too long. The place simply screams, "Get money", everything is overpriced, but the real problem is the treatment the animals are getting. It felt like they could care less about the animals... In my personal opinion, it's what I would consider very close to abuse. I'm not a vet or any type of animal specialist but a person can tell when an animal looks sad, and those animals look very sad to the point that makes me wonder if any illegal activity is happening behind the scenes for the animals to be placed in such an environment. I left with my heart in my hands and feeling completely guilty for paying to see animals in such misery. I don't understand why this place hasn't been shut down and the animals taken to a sanctuary.
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Steve Pierre
2 months ago
Decent zoo nearby many other points of interest. Parking and general entrance is a bit expensive. While the park has a variety of animals and quite a few shows, some of the additional experiences require an extra fee that many may find a bit steep. Food and beverage is a bit pricey as well, but done well.
Lantana Gang
a month ago
LOVED THIS PLACE!!!! Great for kids of all ages. Only suggest the ditectional signs within the park be changed/updated. There are no / inaccurate signs when needed causing extra walking.
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Bruce LaVigne
a month ago
Love this place! There's so much to do and see the animals. It was a nice outing for the kids, as they were able to interact and feed the animals. What an amazing day we had. This is a must do if you are a bird and animal lover. There is plenty of interaction with the birds. A wonderful petting zoo for the kids. Educational and entertainingly shows.
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Rich Drives an RX7
3 months ago
Lots of fun for the kids and adults. Its a good plave to check out when visiting in Miami. A bit over priced but we all had a good time nonetheless. The "water park" was the best part. It will wear you and the kids out.
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giovanni conte
a month ago
The service was garbage everything was overpriced and when i went to get my photos they were 30$ so i pulled out my phone to take a picture so i could get them at wallgreens and a lady said “no no no no phones” so wasn't able to get my photos dont go there
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Sharon Sukhoo-Sharifi
6 months ago
Unfortunately, the customer service here is horrific. I took advantage of the teacher promotion and brought my elderly parents who were visiting from out of town. The weather turned ugly fast and a lot of the areas became flooded, especially the ramp leaving the Serpentarium. (It was past my ankles!) I asked Guest Relations if we could please have a golf cart pick them up or even rain boots to prevent my parents from slipping, as many of the walkways were extremely slippery. The manager did not even want to speak to me and the two ladies I spoke to said "File a report if you have a problem," and There is nothing we can do for you." They obviously could care less about safety. We are season-pass holders, who will definitely not be renewing. Our school also had a fieldtrip planned, but I had to have it cancelled, due to lack of concern for safety. They do not have the proper contigency plan for rainy days, which is shocking because we live in Miami. All the drains we saw were completely blocked after 5 minutes of steady rain.
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Response from the owner - 5 months ago
We value your feedback. Please contact me directly to discuss further. Thank you. Regards, Christopher Gould Managing Director

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