The Wildest Party in Town!
ZOObilee, Feast with the Beasts is Naples Zoo's premier annual fundraising event and the Wildest Party in Town! The 2016 event will take place on Friday, March 11, 2016 at Naples Zoo and will feature an array of culinary delights provided by 20 of the best restaurants and caterers that Naples has to offer. The event will also feature special animal encounters, live and silent auctions, and plenty of live entertainment and dancing. The fun starts at 7 p.m. and continues until 11 p.m.! Purchase VIP tickets and gain early entry at 6 p.m. for an exclusive sneak peak and special VIP surprises! Check out our page of frequently asked questions for all of the exciting event details!
Sorry Kids! This one's for the adults!
ZOObilee is for adults ages 21 and up. Because kids shouldn't have ALL the fun!
A Worthwhile Cause
Experiences in wild places enrich our lives and inspire us to make good environmental choices to protect future generations. For over 60 years, Naples Zoo has been striving to enhance public understanding of wildlife and the conservation of the habitats in which wild animals live. By creating interactive exhibits, interpretive tours and educational programs that bring people face-to-face with living animals, Naples Zoo profoundly influences our visitors in significant ways.
All proceeds from ZOObilee will benefit Naples Zoo's 2016 environmental and education programs, Zoo improvements and operations, as well as conservation initiatives that are working to save threatened and endangered species both locally and around the world.
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Accredited as both a zoo and botanical garden, Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens is an award-winning charitable 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization reaching over 350,000 guests a year with its conservation and education mission. Unlike many zoos, Naples Zoo's operations are NOT subsidized by city, county, or state dollars. Animal care, education programs, enhanced wildlife habitats, and conservation efforts are funded by earned revenue and tax-deductible donations.