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The U.S. is an ideal country in terms of entertainment for tourists of all ages. For children, there is a huge number of different parks and attractions - for every taste. Almost every state has water parks, roller coasters, aquariums, natural areas for recreation. Interestingly, there are more than thousand water parks in total in this country. Many, at first glance, children's activities are quite able to enthuse even avid tourists are not of school age. For example, a safari park Wild Safari in the city of Jackson just can not leave you indifferent. This is the largest safari park in the world, with animals from all climatic zones. The park area is impressive - 350 acres! There are 1200 species of animals kept here in natural conditions, mostly from Africa and Australia. All of them roam free and feel very at ease.

The African Safari Wildlife Park in Jackson is a must-see. This is the largest safari park in the world, with animals from all climatic zones. This park is part of a huge entertainment complex, Six Flags Great Adventure, which was opened in 1974 by American restaurateur Warner Leroy. There are a total of 11 themed areas in this park. It is interesting that Leroy hatched a plan to build the complex for quite a long time and eventually was able to fulfill his dream in two years. The safari park was built by Hardwick Industries, which had previously done similar work in Canada and Europe.

As a rule, all visitors from small to large come to indescribable delight when watching the animals. In the safari park, you can do this from a very close distance while in the car. Some animals are happy to communicate with people - look through the car windows and show particular interest in photo and video cameras. Only lions are kept in cages. Monkeys recently also can not come close to visitors. These animals were too obtrusive to tourists, and the park staff decided to isolate them.