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Six Flags Great Adventure
Six Flags Great Adventure & Safari
Jackson, New Jersey
Male lions laying in grass
 
 
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Giraffe above Jeep
 
 
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Rhinos on road with Minivan
 
 
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SFGD Safari

SFGD Safari Off Road Adventures
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Wild Safari title image
Wild Safari title image

Six Flags Wild Safari Drive-Thru Adventure now open from the comfort of your own car! HOT TIP: Plan your visit on a weekday for best reservation availability. 

SFGD Safari Video
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SFGD Safari Adventure Lands
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SFGD Safari Policies
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What to know before you go text
what to know before you go text

 

    With COVID-19, 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
    • 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
    • Cars, SUVs and consumer pickup trucks only permitted – no buses, RVs, box trucks, commercial vehicles, pickup trucks larger than a consumer pickup allowed
    • Plan ahead – no restrooms, food, or gasoline available (only portable toilets at entrance and exit)
    • Enter at your own risk

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

    SFGD Drive Thru Safari FAQ
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Wild Safari Drive-Thru

    What is the Wild Safari Drive-Thru Adventure?
    How I can I find out more about the animals?
    What new safety protocols will be in place?
    Will there be bathroom, snack, gift, or other facilities available?
    What are the hours of operation?
    How do I make a reservation to visit the safari?
    How do I know if a date is available to visit?
    I’m a Member/Season Pass holder – do I need to make a reservation or can I just show up?
    What does the Safari experience cost?
    How long will it take to drive through the safari?
    What rules will be in place and how will you enforce them?
    How many cars will be allowed per day?
    How will this experience differ from the prior drive-thru?
    Will baboons jump on the cars like in the old days?
    What happens if my car breaks down, overheats, etc. while I’m in the safari?
    What happens if there is inclement weather?
    Why can’t my service or comfort animal ride with me in the car?
    Why can’t I roll down my window or feed the animals?
    Will the Safari be free to active Members and Season Pass Holders who are currently paying/have paid for their annual passes?
    Can paused Members un-pause their Memberships to take advantage of the safari? Or other Six Flags parks?
    I’m a Member/Season Pass holder. Does the safari operation count as park operation with regard to the extension of my benefits due to COVID-19?
    When the theme park reopens, will you keep the self-drive-thru?
    When do you anticipate being able to open the theme park?