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If I were just picking a safari type stay in the area then I would probably pick the Santa Rosa Safari West location over this but there are some definite pros of this location as well to consider one of which is the location. This...More
Over all, my husband and I LOVED our stay and experience at the Vision Quest Ranch!
We we told to check in by 3:30, if we wanted to see some animals. We got there at 3:35, and figured we had missed them. When...More
My husband and I celebrated our 39th anniversary at Vision Quest B&B. I adore elephants and it was wonderful to be able to watch them from our deck of bungalow #8. It was very entertaining to watch Jasmine the zebra try to steal food from...More
I brought my girlfriend there because she absolutely loves animals. I was also planning on proposing. the staff there was so helpful and made this the experience of a lifetime. can't wait to go back by there again to see all the new additions for...More
What a wonderful treat for our 20th anniversary! We had the Big Cat House - from looking around, the best situated of the huts with the best view of the elephant play yard, so you can watch the elephants after the tour, in the warm...More
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US$195 - US$255 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Our animals each have a different and unique story and history but to answer your question,,, "all of the above". We've purchased animals we wanted and needed for our collection as well as adopted animals that were... More
Our animals each have a different and unique story and history but to answer your question,,, "all of the above". We've purchased animals we wanted and needed for our collection as well as adopted animals that were from rehabs and deemed unreleasable. We've also received many animals from people who realized they are not the pets they thought they would be. Some of our animals are retired from the entertainment industry (elephants, big cats, etc...) but in all honesty, came to us mentally and physically healthy after their participation in that industry. Then lastly, several came to us from other education programs that found themselves with unneeded animals that could better server their purpose in another program. So, as you can see, our animals come to us from many different avenues of life. We do however always try to locate animals in need before turning to breeders if we can do so without contributing to turnover we feel we can not support. I hope this answers your question.
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