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Malibu Wine Safaris

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Malibu Wine Safaris

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Looking for something a little more adventurous? Malibu Wine Safaris combines the experience of a zoo and winery on their two-hour nature tour, where you’ll get to personally feed animals—including local icon Stanley the Giraffe—while stopping to taste various wines from Saddlerock Ranch.

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Malibu Wine Safaris says
Welcome to Giraffic Park. At Malibu Wine Safaris your tour guide and driver will take you through a brief history of Saddlerock Ranch in safari-style open air trucks. Enjoy the fresh area of the Santa Monica mountains while wine-tasting and interacting with exotic animals.
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Venue name: Malibu Wine Safaris
Contact:
Address: 32111 Muholland Highway
Malibu
90265
Price: Tours $65–$115
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3.3 / 5

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This place bummed me out. I feel like they're using exotic animals to make money and these animals should be in a sanctuary somewhere or running free...are they even rescues? Is anything being done to support conservation efforts with the money they make, or is it just going in their pockets? Giraffes should be roaming in the forest in Africa, not in a bare pen being gawked at. 

tastemaker

We did the giraffe tour and while it was really fun to interact with animals in a small group setting, the tour seemed a little disorganized and you don't get a lot of wine at all! You probably drink a half of a glass by the end of the tour and they don't offer any water throughout. The lot of land is gorgeous- like nothing I've ever seen before. All in all, the tour was worth it. Is it an experience you can do once? Probably.