Welcome to Madrid Safari Park!

Are you ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure right in the heart of Spain’s capital? Madrid Safari Park offers an exhilarating experience for wildlife enthusiast, a family looking for a day of fun, or simply someone eager to explore the wonders of nature, this park has something for everyone.

One of the highlights of visiting Madrid Safari Park is the thrilling safari experience on your own vehicle. Journey through vast open spaces designed to mimic the natural habitats of the animals on your car. As you venture deeper into the park, you’ll have the opportunity to witness animals up close and even feed some of them. It’s important to know that no cabriolet cars are allowed on the park.

As you drive into Madrid Safari Park, get ready to encounter a diverse wildlife from various corners of the globe. From majestic lions and graceful giraffes to zebras, tigers, rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses or playful monkeys and mischievous meerkats the park is home to an impressive assortment of animals. Marvel at the sight of elephants roaming freely and snap photos of colorful parrots perched in lush greenery.

Dining options

After a morning of exploration, you can satisfy your appetite at one of the park’s dining establishments. Enjoy a delicious Spanish cuisine at our on-site restaurant, where you can savor traditional dishes made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Or maybe you prefer to pack a picnic basket and find a scenic spot to enjoy a meal surrounded by the sights and sounds of the wilderness.

Family frindly fun

Madrid Safari Park is the perfect destination for families seeking a day of excitement and discovery. With interactive exhibits, educational presentations, and hands-on activities for visitors of all ages, the park provides an enriching experience that’s both entertaining and informative. Younger guests will delight in our children’s play areas and special programs designed to spark their curiosity about the natural world.

Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or a first-time visitor to Madrid, a trip to Madrid Safari Park promises an adventure. Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature, connect with fascinating wildlife, and create wonderful memories.

Do not forget that you need your own car, there is no rent a car possibility on the park.

How I get there from Madrid, here you have the google maps link

If you have any further question here is the Safari Park FAQ.

Jun 17, 2024 - Mon
Madrid, ES
clear sky
75°F clear sky
Wind 5 m/s, S
Humidity 38%
Pressure 751.56 mmHg
Day Cond. Temp. Wind Humidity PressurePres.
mon jun 17
few clouds
77/80°F 6 m/s, SW 32% 754.56 mmHg
tue jun 18
light rain
75/63°F 10 m/s, W 35% 759.06 mmHg
wed jun 19
sky is clear
74/75°F 4 m/s, WSW 32% 759.81 mmHg
thu jun 20
light rain
72/69°F 7 m/s, WSW 37% 760.56 mmHg
fri jun 21
sky is clear
77/78°F 3 m/s, SSW 31% 765.07 mmHg

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