The superb Jungala Region at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is very child friendly. With a great mixture of rides and animal encounters as well as dining facilities. The surrounding scenery is brilliant and themed on the Congo. The tall trees offer a mysterious adventure with the trails and hidden village to discover.Watch the exotic animals here from unique viewing areas. For example, absolutely amazing treetop platforms. Venture through cave systems and peek through bamboo safety screens to see the animals up close. Naturists will love the Jungala region of Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. There is so much to see and do once inside. The Treetop Trails feature children’s rides and dining facilities too. As well as those, the animal encounters available are Orangutans and Tigers.
Treetop Trails – Jungala Region at Busch gardens Tampa Bay
Try out the Treetop Trails here at Jungala Region. Action packed with family based obstacles and stimulating activities. There are no height restrictions in place at Treetop Trails. Good news for the whole family, whatever their heights. Test out the trails over three stories. Climb up three stories to the top of the treetops. Scramble your way through netting and immerse yourselves into crossing over bridges as well as creeping through crawl tunnels. visit the terrific multi level maze for a bit more family fun and adventure. The family based fun and adventure here is amazing. Also, featuring a play area for the youngsters in the water. Splash around and enjoy the fun with your littler ones. Try out the uniquely jungle-themed water play area and let the kids cool down.
Orangutans – Jungala Region at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
See the mischievous Orangutans at the Jungala Region of Busch gardens. These Bornean orangutans live in a vast region of the park. Unlike other primates the orangutans aren’t very sociable and prefer to live alone. That doesn’t stop you from observing them in their natural surroundings though. Watch them launch through the trees swinging from their huge arms. See them at feeding time when they feast on fruits of all descriptions. Special breeding programs and studies are based here at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. Sadly the orangutans are diminishing in numbers. however the breeding program has had success with brand new baby orangutans being born here. As yet there are no insider tours associated with the orangutans.
Bengal Tigers – Jungala Region at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Beautiful Bengal Tigers prowl and play in the Jungala Region of the park. The Bengal Tiger is now an endangered species, which means that they are protected. Hunted to almost extinction from poachers. At Jungala the Bengal tigers are kept on their toes. Naturally prowling and stalking instincts are respected. They too are made to work for their food. Thus ensuring that the Tigers here thrive and keep their natural predatory instincts. There are two types of Bengal tigers at Jungala Region. One having the usual amber and black striped coat. As well as the rarer of the species, having a white and black striped coat. Get up close (safely, of course!) with the opportunity of the ‘Tiger Insider Tour’. See behind the scenes of how the tigers here are looked after. See the keepers in action, constantly working and training the tigers to ensure the survival of their species. Absolutely amazing!
Dining – Jungala Region at Busch Gardens Tampa bay
The beautiful Bengal Bistro provides quality family dining here in the Jungala region of the park. Cooked American style food is good here. The whole family can feast on some classic foods and favourite snacks. With cheeseburgers and fish or chicken strips as well as sandwiches and wraps. Choose between a superb selection of delicious desserts on offer too. Children have their own menu of tasty treats to pick from. A decent range of soft and hot drinks are available for the whole family dining. Bengal Bistro offers a large seating area either inside or outside the pub. Why not take your food outside and enjoy the warm sunshine whilst you dine together. Or, take advantage of the umbrella shades on the outdoor tables too.