Jungle Island, Miami’s premier entertainment destination, combines the beauty of Miami’s tropical landscape with a jungle full of extraordinary animals from around the globe. Building upon its rich 75-year history, today’s Jungle Island is a contemporary theme park, featuring extremely rare twin orangutans and over 300 vibrant birds, including the world’s only trained Cassowary.
One Ticket. Many experiences!
Meet and interact with a troop of beautiful lemurs.
Decode mind bending clues to free yourself.
A private tour that brings you closer to wildlife than ever.
Feel the exhilaration of flight with no parachute.
Feel time slow and embrace the majestic sloth.
Fun events and activities!
Summer Break Adventure Camp
June 10th – August 10th
We’re a different kind of camp; Jungle Island provides an atmosphere meant to expand explorer’s knowledge and creativity through experiences. We give young explorers a chance to go on quests all summer long. Each week brings a thrilling new theme designed for five to twelve-year-olds.
Jungle Island’s Mini and Me program meets once a month for a 45-minute session followed by free exploration of the park. Programming is designed for young adventurers ages 3-4, however all are welcome. Each month we will learn through creative hands on lessons. Past themes have included building animal habitats and yummy layers of the jungle! For specific questions, reach out to the Education department at email@example.com
Jungle Families: This month our Minis will be learning about how animal families care for each other! At the end of the session, they will try to create their own bird nest that are made to keep eggs safe.
Location: Jungle Island's Education Center Cost: $20 for Mini (three-four year old) & Adult. Includes complimentary park admission.
Kids Research Environment & Wildlife: A free community meet up that allows kids to learn while doing! K.R.E.W. meets once a month to work on projects surrounding topics of environment and wildlife. Jungle Island's educators will guide the K.R.E.W members through a project that teaches kids lessons they will remember for life.