A really wild place to visit in Naples, Florida is "Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens." The zoo is a beautiful place to see and learn about all different types of wild animals from all over the world and walk through big and beautiful botanical gardens filled with amazing tropical plants. Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens is the perfect place to go and visit if you really want to feel like you're in a tropical Amazon jungle.Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens is located in Naples, Florida on 1590 Goodlette-Frank Road. The zoo and gardens are open from 9 am until 5 pm throughout the whole entire year seven days a week. The admission prices to get into Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens are nineteen dollars for adults, eleven dollars for children, and free for anyone under the age of two.
Some of the most amazing wild animals you will get the chance to see up close and learn about inside Naples Zoo will be Alligators, Dingo, African hedge hogs, iguanas, leopards, monkeys, skunks, wallabies, elephants, and lions, tigers, and bears, oh my, and a whole lot of other beautiful wild creatures. On some occasions you may even see live animal shows going on inside the zoo as well as get the chance to meet some of the animals up close and personal as long as a professional animal trainer is around, which will allow you to either hold or even be able to touch some of the beautiful wild animals inside the zoo.
The best animal exhibits to visit inside Naples Zoo are The Fosa, Tiger Forest, Leopard Rock, Backyard Habitat, African Wild Dogs, Alligator Bay, and Panther Glades. There are of coarse tons of other awesome animal exhibits to check out inside the zoo, but I think the exhibits I mentioned above are by far some of the best. Now some of the best animal show exhibits to see are Planet Predator, Fangs and Fiction, Meet the Keeper, and Primate Expedition Cruise. You can even find out the daily times of each animal show at http://www.caribbeangardens.com/Visitor_Info/daily-events.htm.
Now some of the different types of plants you will be seeing inside Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens inside the botanical gardens will be banana trees, the bulls horn tree, live oak, milk bushes, kapok trees, lady palms, crown of thorns, climbing ferns, mango trees, bamboo, creeping fig, and many other beautiful looking plants. The botanical gardens are a great place to walk through gardens calming and little you're my wonder as if you were inside a real Amazon jungle with tons of wild plants growing all around you that smell truly amazing. The botanical gardens inside Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens is defiantly a place to take some amazing photos with your friends and family because you have tons of beautiful growing plants full of color and life in the background.
Another magical exhibit to check out is the Back Yard Habitat. The Back Yard Habitat is an area where you can walk amongst beautiful flying butterflies and through amazing looking plants. It is even a place where you will be able to here song birds sing and other wild birds fly around freely as if they were living inside a jungle, which is truly spectacular to see. Inside this exhibit you will even see small ponds with fish in them that you will be able to learn about, see up close, and get the chance to feed. This exhibit is simply a piece of heave inside one of the most beautiful zoos in the world.
Then after you are done exploring Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens you should held over to The Zoo Gift Shop where you can purchase a cool zoo souvenir to take home with you. Some of the gifts you can buy will be stuff animals, jewelry, magnets, books, coffee mugs, hats, and many other amazing wildlife gifts.
Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens is really a beautiful place to spend the day with friends and family exploring botanical gardens and visiting with wildlife animals. Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens is a must go to place if you are ever visiting the Naples, Florida area. I know you won't be disappointed. I know I wasn't. If you would like some more awesome information on Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens then simply go to their website attached to my article!