If you follow our JLTblog, you’ll know what a huge fan we are of all types of wildlife! That is why we are so excited that a Japanese zoo has opened a transparent pool for elephant observation purposes. The 65 metre/213 foot pool is an attempt to mimic the size of lakes and rivers that elephants tend to cross in the wild. Not only will it offer an excellent opportunity for these experts to develop further knowledge of the huge mammals, it is also open to the public.
Guests can visit Shizuoka’s Fuji Safari Park and observe the magnificent animals using their trunks as snorkels and propelling themselves through the water with their powerful legs.
This attraction opened on the 11th July and is just one of multiple unusual attractions available at the safari park. So why not visit Fuji Safari Park with Just Love Travel? Watch some elephants swim, take a photo with a baby lion and so much more. Experience, enjoy and educate with Just Love Travel.0