Feed our hungry lions their lunch

Get within a whisker of one of the planet’s most awesome predators!

Go behind the scenes to explore their exhibit before you hand feed our hungry African Lions their meaty lunch and feel their excited snarls reverberate through your chest.

It’s a wild experience you’ll never forget – we’re sure of it.

Highlights of this experience

  • Meet our magnificent African Lions and perhaps even get exclusive access to back of the lions’ exhibit
  • Feed the lions lunch
  • See these incredible creatures within a whisker of you

Lionesses share the hunting and babysitting duties

A lions roar can be heard from as far as eight kilometres away.

How your ticket helps our conservation efforts

Sadly over the past 21 years the lion population in the wild is believed to have been reduced by 43%. That’s the equivalent of three generations. It is now estimated that there may be as few as 20,000 lions remaining in the wild.

We’re on a mission to save lions from extinction and that’s why we support 36 rangers to patrol the Sera Conservancy in Kenya to protect lions and other African species. We are also raising valuable funds to safeguard lions in their native Zambia through our partnership with Painted Dog Conservation Inc supporting the Zambian Carnivore Program.

By purchasing a ticket to our Lions at Bedtime experience, you are helping us save lions from extinction in the wild. To support us even further you can also adopt our pride of African Lions or make a tax deductible donation. Your support will help us continue our important conservation work and help safeguard this species.

Want to get involved? You can help!

Adopt or donate

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About Zoos SA

Zoos SA is a not-for-profit conservation charity that exists to connect people with nature and save species from extinction.

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