Safaripark Beekse Bergen is located between the cities of Tilburg and Hilvarenbeek in the south of the Netherlands, province of North-Brabant. It is the largest Wildlife Zoo of the Benelux region and provides a home to approximately 1.250 animals from over 150 species. These species vary from small mammals to large birds. The visitors can for instance watch zebras and giraffes on the spacious savannahs. Safaripark Beekse Bergen offers te possibility to explore the park on numerous safaris: walksafari, carsafari, bussafari and boatsafari.
The park is owned by the company Libéma Exploitatie BV, which is one of the largest leisure-related companies in the Netherlands.
What makes the park so special is that visitors can explore the park with their own car, without a fence in between the visitor and the animals. While driving through the park people can for instance encounter leopards and zebras or get their car 'washed' by a giraffe. In this way the visitor can imagine that they are really taking a safari in Africa. Visitors can also choose to follow the same route per bus. In this way they will get to know more information about the animals, since they will be joined by a Ranger.