An awesome destination in Georgia is the Wild Animal Safari in Pine Mountain. The 500-acre wildlife preserve is an amazing place where you can spend a couple hours or the whole day. There are so many different types of animals to visit that inhabit the mountains, swamps, deserts, plains, and forests that represent different habitats worldwide. Wild Animal Safari has animals from more than six continents. You will never be able to see so many animals from different places worldwide than at the Wild Animal Safari. You may think that when you are in Georgia that the best place to visit is the Atlanta Zoo. But, the Wild Animal Safari in Pine Mountain actually has twice the animals so it is worth your time!In fact, when you visit you will be able to see a large population of Ligers, which are half tiger half lion. You will also enjoy riding through the park either in your own vehicle or in a Zebra van. You will be able to feed animals and take as many pictures as you want to help you remember your experience.Thousands of guests visit the Wild Animal Safari Pine Mountain each year with more visiting each and every year. If you are in the Pine Mountain area in Georgia then you will definitely want to visit the Wild Animal Safari. You will have the experience of a lifetime so make sure to make plans to take advantage of this once in a lifetime experience!When you visit the park you can buy tickets. Tickets for adults cost $16.95, seniors 60+ and kids 3-12 cost $13.95 and toddlers two and under are free. This is a great place to visit as a family, as friends, and especially for school groups!There is a website that has great information on USA Vacations and Unique Travel Spots Listed State By State and Season, the website is called: Seasonal Vacation Spots, and can be found at this URL: http://www.seasonalvacationspots.comBy Robert W. BenjaminYou may publish this article in your ezine, newsletter, or on your web site as long as it is reprinted in its entirety and without modification except for formatting needs or grammar corrections.