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Jungle Island


Jungle Island

Jungle Island

Photo courtesy Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau

About Jungle Island:

Formerly called Parrot Jungle Island, the new name reflects the parks incredible variety – they feature much more than just parrots! The park has several daily animal shows that even parents will enjoy - featuring majestic tigers, exotic birds, and more. The Serpentarium houses giant reptiles, including Crocosaurus - the biggest crocodile in the New World. Don't miss the park's star residents Peanut and Pumpkin, a pair of rambunctious twin orangutans. And don't forget the Hippo Slide – a 168-foot, pulse-quickening slide open to older kids and adults.


1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami
Jungle Island Web Site


Open Daily 10 am – 6 pm


Check the Jungle Island Web Site for the latest admission pricing. There is an additional fee for parking.

An annual pass is worth it if you plan to come at least twice during the year. You can purchase the pass when you arrive, or you can upgrade your general admission ticket anytime on the day of purchase.


You can save $2 per ticket when you Purchase Tickets Online.
Get free admission when you purchase the Go Miami Card.


The park's Lakeside Café serves simple cafeteria-style food. There are no other restaurants in the immediate area, but South Beach is a very short drive away.

Private Tours & Encounters:

Three private encounters are offered, including the VIP Safari Attraction (a 90-minute guided tour), the Jungle Encounter (a 60-minute visit with reptiles and other animals) and Wild Encounter (a 30-45 minute visit with an exotic animal of your choice).


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