To reach at Miami zoo
Take 395 West to the 836 West. Pass the Miami International Airport. 836 West dead-ends into the Florida Turnpike. Turn left onto it, continue south to exit 16. Leave Turnpike-come down ramp to your right. You are close to the Zoo. Make a right off the exit and then make another right at 152 Street. You will then be going west on SW 152 Street. Move to the left lane and enter the Zoo at SW 124 Avenue to you left.
ZOO BUS: Now called the CORAL REEF MAX, Catch the bus at Metrorail's Dadeland South Station. It is an approximately 20-minute ride each way.
There are separate enclosures for birds, animals and reptiles. Tigers and lions have separate well protected enclosures. Visitor can see different kinds of parrots, pigeons, peacocks and other birds of different colors and from different countries.
The animal enclosures are adorned with deer, elephant, camels, zebras, bears, giraffe and more. Children can have joy rides on elephants and camels. Monkeys should not give a miss in the zoo; there is a separate monkey jungle in Miami. Then one moves on to the artificial lake where crocodiles are kept. Giraffe is an attraction for children.
There are tigers brown in color, with black stripes. There are also white tigers which are a rare variety. There are a few leopards and cheetahs also. The Miami zoo has a separate enclosure for lions where they can be seen roaming freely. One can go in a closed safari park van and have a close look at them.
Canteens and food courts are best options to take meals and rest under the green woods. After you stuffed donnot forget to feed these creatures during limited hours. Its a fun to feed them and caresses. Mens ancestors monkeys, chimpanzees and guerrillas in wait to meet you. Different kind of snakes and pythons are kept in reptile sections creeps around.
With a zoo visit birds, animals and reptiles become part of pleasant memories, a zoo visit isnt ratiocinate the natures wonder.