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Wild Safari Drive Thru Adventure

Wild Safari Drive-Thru Adventure is now open! We are excited to show you everything gnu for 2022!

Boasting 1,200 animals from six continents including elephants, rhinos, tigers, giraffes and lions, Wild Safari Drive-Thru Adventure takes explorers on an exhilarating, interactive animal adventure.

2022 Thrill Seeker Pass

Admission, Parking, & More!

$89.99/ea

  • Access to Six Flags Great Adventure, Hurricane Harbor New Jersey & Wild Safari Drive-Thru Adventure on Select Dates (Blockout Dates Apply)
  • General Parking
  • 1 Skip-the-Line Pass*
  • and more!
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Xpedition Dino

Get ready to see the O.G.! Journey back in time to explore 30 dinosaurs that roamed the Earth with Xpedition Dino! This limited-time experience can be added to your drive-thru Wild Safari adventure.

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Safari Adventure Lands
Sora Animals

The Americas

Explore the inhabitants of the Americas featuring Rhea, Fallow Deer, Bison, Roosevelt Elk, Llama and Wild Turkey.

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Afrikka

Our African section is home to some of the most impressive (and endangered) animals on the planet, with the African elephants and white rhinos amongst them. Six Flags Great Adventure’s “Save an Icon” mission, with our collectible pins, directly benefits some of these endangered animals.

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Wild Plains

Wild Plains are home to a large variety of animals including the Common Eland, Ellipsis Waterbuck, Southern Ground Hornbill, Beisa Oryx, Peacock, Dama Gazella, Red Ankole Cattle, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Reticulated Giraffe and much, much, more.

Blackbuck

Serengeti Grassland

Take a trip through the Serengeti Grasslands and encounter Blackbuck, Addax, White Tailed Gnu and Aoudad.

Lions

Kingsland

In the animal kingdom there is one mammal that reigns the title of king, and in Kingsland you will find your pride with plenty of Lions.

Black bear

Black Bear Ridge

In Black Bear Ridge you will see the most common bear species in North America. Keep your eyes peeled because you never know when you may catch a bear swimming in the pond!

Brown bear

Terra Urus

Terra Ursus means “land of bears.” Here you’ll see the European brown bear, cousins to the Grizzly bears.

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Conservation Area

Our mission is ‘to inspire future generations to conserve animals and their habitats through entertaining and educational experiences.’ This area is 52 acres of undeveloped land which allows a place for native species such as white-tailed deer, raccoons, red foxes, opossums and even bald eagles. Six Flags is proud to partner with the Wildlife Conservation Network offering collectible “Save an Icon” pins available for purchase. All of the proceeds go directly to saving endangered species in their natural habitats.

Kangaroo

Didgeridoo Pass

‘The didgeridoo is an Australian wind instrument of aboriginal origin. They are constructed out of hollowed tree trunks. Many animals in this section are found in this region of the world.

Tigers in water

Tigris Asiana

There are plenty of tigers to be found in Tigris Asian and other animals to meet such as Nilgai, Yak, Bengal Tiger and Siberian Tiger

Baboon Village

Baboon Village

Anubis baboons are also known as olive baboons and are one of the most prolific baboons in Africa! They are highly social animals and their red rear-end is a distinguishing characteristic of female baboons. These baboons are considered savannah baboons but can also inhabit forests, grasslands, valleys, and cliffs. Being omnivores, they eat everything from leaves and fruit to eggs and even gazelle with their upper canine teeth that grow up to 3 inches long!

What to know before you go

Safety is a shared responsibility. Our guests must follow a strict set of rules to keep our animals safe, which will be monitored by our Security, Safety, and Animal Care teams along the path.  They include:

  • SLOW – 5 mph speed limit
  • All vehicles and passengers in vehicles are required to follow New Jersey state driving laws, including wearing a seat belt at all times while driving through the safari.
  • Maintain space between your car and others
  • Animals always have the right of way
  • Remain in your vehicle and on paved roadway at all times
  • Windows and sun roofs must remain completely closed
  • Convertible tops must be closed
  • No pets, including service animals, are permitted inside cars
  • Do not feed or touch the animals
  • No smoking or littering
  • No parking or stopping, other than yielding to animals
  • All vehicles will be screened by Six Flags Security prior to entering Wild Safari
  • No items are permitted in pickup truck beds or in vehicles with open storage
  • Only cars, SUVs and consumer pickup trucks are permitted – RVs, box trucks, commercial vehicles or pick-up trucks larger than a consumer pick-up are not allowed.
  • Group sales with pre-approved buses must not exceed 45 ft. in length, 9 ft. in width, and 12 ft. in height. All other buses are not permitted.
  • Enter at your own risk

Guests who violate the rules will be escorted from the park without a refund and may be prosecuted

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Cyber Safari

Bring the Wild Safari into the classroom – virtually! Students k-12 can learn about 4 units focused on adaptations, conservation, evolution, and genetics all from the safety of their current learning environment

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In Person Programs

Venture out of the classroom for Science on Safari! This contact-free, naturally socially distanced experience through the Wild Safari Drive-Thru Adventure will make your students go wild.

Frequently Asked Questions

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