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The Living Desert
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Wolves at The Living Desert in California
Living Desert Coupons and Discounts shows you
many ways to save money on a visit to this
California zoo using zoo deals.

Where is the Living Desert and What is
It Like?

Address:  47900 Portola Avenue
          Palm Desert, California 92260  

Phone: 760-346-5694.

Living Desert focuses on the plants and animals found in the deserts of the world.  Ten different
ecosystems from the North.  American deserts can be see in the immersion gardens.  Animals such as
bighorn sheep, onyx, wolves, striped hyenas, thick billed parrots, leopards and golden eagles can be see
by guests.  
The 1,200 acre California attraction houses exotic and endangered animals such as the Peninsular
pronghorn.  The Peninsular pronghorn is one of the fastest and most endangered animals in North
America.  The zoo's hospital offers guests a loot at procedures and interactions with the animals.  Other
educational opportunities are student, adult, family and kid programs, presentations, safaris and even
travel groups.  Various tours are also offered by the zoo for an additional cost.  Arrangements can be
made for them by calling the zoo’s phone number.

This Palm Desert zoo offers a children’s play park called Gecko Gulch and  live animal shows.  An
interactive Discovery Center offers information about the Coachella Valley region.  A couple of newer
activities are the camel rides and the jaguar exhibit.
Where Can I Find Coupons & Discounts for
The Living Desert?

  • A Military discount of $2 is offered with valid ID.

  • AAA members can receive a discount of $2.

  • You can sign up for a Zoo Newsletter to be sent
    to your email address.  This will announce any
    events and specials.

  • Living Desert has a Facebook and Twitter page.  
    They announce on there any events or specials.
  • Living Desert group rates are offered to 15 people or more with the purchase of block tickets.  
    Discounted ticket is $9 for Adults and $5.50 for Children.  Reservations must be made in advance
    by calling the zoo or purchasing block tickets online.

  • A coupon for $3 off up to four people can be found at the Palm Springs Bureu of Tourism website
    or call for them to send it to you.

  • A coupon booklet that includes a substantial coupon for Living Desert is given to guests at the
    Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa, The Westin Mission Hills Resort & Spa, The Westin Mission Hills
    Resort & Villas, Holiday Inn Express and Hilton Garden Inn Palm Springs/ Rancho Mirage.

  • Some guests report that they have gotten coupon at the Visitors Centers.

  • A membership can save you money if you plan on going to Living Desert a few times.  Membership
    offers Free daytime admission for one year, entrance to the zoo earlier then the general public,
    reduced admission price for guests, Free or discounted admission to more then 150 zoos,
    aquariums, gardens & arboretums in the United States and discounts at the gift shop and nursery.
The Living Desert Details

Living Desert is open every day except for December 25.  Living Desert zoo hours from June 1 to
September 30 are 8 am to 1:30 pm (last admission is taken at 1 pm).  The rest of the year the hours are 9
am to 5 pm.

Regular admission prices are Adults $17.25, Children from 3-12 $8.75, Children under 3 FREE, Seniors over
62 $15.75.

Animal Presentations, feedings and Keeper Chats are offered daily and can be found on your program.

Some activities such as camel rides and the carousel are offered at an additional cost.  Carousel rides are
$2 and camel rides are $5.

Shuttles are offered by the park for $6 for Adults and $3 for Children for all day.  The shuttle has eleven
stops and comes by every 15 minutes.  The driver can be informed of your destination as you board.
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The Living Desert is located in Palm Desert, California.  The 1,200 acre site is home to
some of the most common desert animals in North America.  Some of the animals you
can see are the bobcat, coyote, bighorn sheep and Mexican wolf.