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The total driving distance from Orlando, FL to Jacksonville, FL is 141 miles or 227 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Orlando, Florida. It ends in Jacksonville, Florida.
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Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens is the only walking safari in Northeast Florida. It’s a great place for families to spend time together learning about the 2,000 rare and exotic animals and 1,000 variety of plants.
If you like Asian animals and birds, check out the Land of the Tiger where there are 3 Malayan and 2 Sumatran tigers in a 2.5 acre exhibit. Check out the Visayan Warty pigs, Asian small-clawed otters and wrinkled hornbills.
At the Giraffe Lookout, kids and adults have the opportunity to feed the giraffes with the special feed at $2 per feeding. Or go to Stingray Bay and view and touch the Southern and Atlantic Stingrays. A fee is required when feeding the stingrays. Pygmy goats are available at the Animal Care Yard where kids can brush the pygmy goats for free. Another fun thing to do is feeding the lorikeet at the Rainbow Lorikeets. You can hold a cup of nectar in your hand and see the lorikeets flying towards you.
All activities at Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens are subject to change without notice. Check the jacksonvillezoo.org for information before visiting.
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