Going on a wild African safari has always been a dream of mine. My heart overflows with so much joy at the idea of being around animals.
Name it: snakes to squirrels or dogs to dinosaur fossils, each one is so fascinating that even the scariest ones I have much love and respect for.
To give you an idea, my family once had a pet snake, three iguanas, over 30 small fishes, about 20 Persian, Himalayan and Rag Doll cats (all at the same time, mind you, lol) and currently, three dogs.
Which reminds me, have you seen the episode where I was over the moon meeting Arya Stark’s horse from my Game of Thrones post?
Yes, I really do love animals.
So imagine my excitement to discover safari zoos so close to the Philippines!
Safari World is a wonderful surprise for the animal lover as it’s only 45 minutes away from Bangkok city.
Riding your own vehicle (you usually book the tour from the city), you get to roam around the zoo grounds just as you would in an African safari.
It’s at the end where you arrive at the actual zoo itself.
What’s the highlight? You need to watch today’s episode to see all the candid, crazy, unforgettable moments captured with such majestic Safari animals!
Tourists are taken on a very rustic bus around the impressively vast zoo grounds to feed the different animals from zebras to giraffes, deers and more.
All the fun is in the feeding as each animal we perceive to be shy and harmless in cartoons can actually be quite the naughty ones like this zebra who zoomed in to take the giraffe’s food, haha!
Personally though, the highlight of it all for a separate extra fee is feeding baby leopards and lion cubs!!! UNREAL.
Do they bite? What are they like? Are they mistreating the animals?
Watch and find out.
The video shows it all, I promise! These photos don’t do any justice.
I always stress, the written posts are are merely the introduction to each VLOG episode.
There are more animals to come on the VLOG from Japan, Phuket to the Arctic Circle. So don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel!
Love & light,
Location: Bangkok, Thailand