Enjoy a one hour and 15 minute guided Safari Wagon tour over 900 acres of beautiful Louisiana countryside, complete with 12 ponds and a lake. During the tour you'll come face to face with free-roaming bison, giraffes, zebras, camels, elands, and much more!
Guided Wagon Tour Ticket Prices
ages 1 & under
Group Rates for Special Safaris
Please remember that reservations are necessary for groups of 25 or more and to receive group rates.
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Wagon tour tickets are sold on a first come, first serve basis and are not sold in advance, online or over the phone unless there is a group of 25 or more. Plan to arrive earlier than the check in times listed below to purchase tickets.
Only one week is advertised at a time. Tour times are updated every Friday.
Mon, Nov. 11th: 10,12,2
Tues, Nov. 12th: 10,12,2
Wed, Nov. 13th: 11:30-Limited Seating,1,2:30
Thurs, Nov. 14th: 9,10-Limited Seating,12,2
Fri, Nov. 15th: 12,2
Sat, Nov. 16th: 9,10,11,12,1,2,3
Sun, Nov. 17th: 9,10,11,12,1,2,3
Hours of Operation
Open year round, 7 days a week. Please call (985) 796-3585 for safari check–in times and availability. Wagon Tour times are updated every Friday. Wagon tour tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis. Private Pinz Tours are available by appointment.
Types of Payment
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover & American Express
* *Expect to be on the grounds for at least two hours total from your tour check-in time to return time. *On busy days, tours may sell out hours before check-in. Please prepare for a wait during holidays and pretty weekends.
*Reservations should be made in advance for private Pinz tours or groups of 25 people or more. *Global Wildlife Center offers an American Sign Language Interpreter with a 7 day prior reservation. Please call (985)624-WILD to reserve your tour with an interpreter.
The Global Wildlife Center IS THE largest totally free-roaming wildlife preserve of its kind in the country located in Folsom, Louisiana. GWC is home to over 1,000 exotic, endangered, and threatened animals from all over the world.