Came for a visit to PD in March. Weather too cool for our 2 teen girls to swim. Saw Living Desert Zoo advertised and our girls asked to go. They loved it. Had been here when they were 8, but 100 degrees. Much more pleasant...More
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easy to get around to all the exhibits in an hour or two. nice setting. I took a hike from there which is a loop and is quite moderate and lovely views. Worth the hike too. You can see the San Andreas Fault on this...More
We showed up at 10 am (it opens at 9) to an all but full parking lot. Since there were no more handicapped spaces left, we pushed the wheelchair over cobbled streets and cobbled sidewalks. The lines for everything inside were amazingly long, so long...More
Even after having visited one or twice a year for the past five years, the Living Desert continues to be a family favourite. Our boys missed the aviary, but appreciated the giraffe feeding, goat petting and other interactive displays.
The living desert zoo is an experience like no other! From the aviary, to the coyotes, to the giraffes, zebras, and everything in between, this is a truly special place! We also got to see the foxes in action which was a memorable experience. A...More
This desert zoo & gardens were great! A little pricey though - it was nice that we have AAA and got a discount off of our 4 tickets. We had great views of all of the animals and because of the time of year many...More
We had so much fun. We did the camel rides, butterfly exhibit, giraffe feedings and rode the carousel. (All had an extra fee to do.) My kids had fun. This was their second time coming. We went in the spring. There is not a lot...More
WE opted for the VIP tram tour with a docent. She was wonderful. The birds and animals were well cared for, in fact there is an animal hospital on the property and it is open for public viewing. Seeing a mama warthog and her three...More
Whether winter of summer, something wonderful is happening at the Living Desert. Grab a free guided tour if you get the chance-facinating! The winter holiday lights is spectacular. Summer time visits are good, but get there when it opens. By afternoon, it is HOT! Good...More