Light Safari

Experience an unforgettable adventure this winter at the first ever edition of Light Safari in Safaripark Beekse Bergen, the largest light event in the Benelux.

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As the animals retreat to their shelters for the night, a beautiful rainbow of luminous animals, flowers and plants comes to life along the walking safari. Walk through the different colour zones and learn more about the meaning of colour in nature. Why, for example, are many poisonous animals yellow? And how does a rainbow actually form? Find out on the very first Light Safari! By immersing yourself in a new colour zone each time, you will experience the power of colour like never before.

In addition, the park is enveloped in winter atmosphere with atmospheric lighting and warm campfires throughout the period. There is also a winter square with a skating rink and various food trucks. Willemsen: "It really will be a special winter spectacle, significantly extending the opportunities for a pleasant day out for our visitors."

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As the animals retreat to their shelters for the night, a beautiful rainbow of luminous animals, flowers and plants comes to life along the walking safari. Walk through the different colour zones and learn more about the meaning of colour in nature. Why, for example, are many poisonous animals yellow? And how does a rainbow actually form? Find out on the very first Light Safari! By immersing yourself in a new colour zone each time, you will experience the power of colour like never before.

In addition, the park is enveloped in winter atmosphere with atmospheric lighting and warm campfires throughout the period. There is also a winter square with a skating rink and various food trucks. Willemsen: "It really will be a special winter spectacle, significantly extending the opportunities for a pleasant day out for our visitors."

From Thursday 7 December to Sunday 25 February, the Light Safari can be admired at the Safari Park. Beekse Bergen will be colourfully illuminated from 5pm to 9.30pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. During the Christmas and spring holidays, the event can be visited daily.

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