By Nick Thomas
Visitors to the Alabama Safari Park can expect some animal residents to personally greet their human guests. In fact, you’ll have many eating out of the palm of your hand – literally.
Home to more than 800 animals, the 350-acre wildlife park just south of Montgomery in Hope Hull allows visitors to drive a 3-mile winding gravel road. Visitors can hand-feed some of the free-roaming zebras, llamas, ostriches and other species.
“It’s very safe, but there are rules that should be followed,” said park founder and CEO Eric Mogensen. “For example, you must always remain in your vehicle. You can ride in the bed of a pickup truck, but you absolutely cannot exit your vehicle. We have staff constantly monitoring the park, ensuring everyone follows the rules.”
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