Goya Foods' Fun and Fit as a Familyfeaturing Kidz Kitchen
WhenSat, Feb 22 & Sun, Feb 23
10:00 am - 5:00 PM
Join your favorite chefs and culinary personalities for two fun-filled days of food, fitness and learning at Goya Foods' Fun and Fit as a Family featuring Kidz Kitchen at Jungle Island. This family-friendly event at the Festival allows parents and kids to learn the basics of a healthy lifestyle with Food Network and Cooking Channel personalities and beloved South Florida chefs. Children of all ages will have the chance to explore and interact with the recently revamped grounds of Jungle Island, including unique, hands-on learning experiences and healthy bites while visiting with the energetic animals who call it home.
Note: Tickets allow for normal General Admission to Jungle Island.
Saturday, February 22
Goya Chefs Fernando Desa
Sunday, February 23
Jungle Island welcomes all guests and is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensuring that all guests have full access to the Jungle's programs and services.
Wheelchair rental is available on Jungle Island for a one-day fee of $12. Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) are available for a rental fee $35. Each rental requires payment and a valid photo ID prior to entering the park.
Jungle Island can make arrangements to provide sign language interpreting services. To arrange for your interpreting services by a screened and certified interpreter, please contact Jungle Island Guest Relations by calling (305) 400-7275. In order to make arrangements for an interpreter, please call (305) 400-7275 one week in advance.
For your enjoyment and convenience, Jungle Island’s outdoor stage shows have several areas reserved for guests with disabilities. These areas are clearly marked with the international symbol of accessibility. All of our dining facilities are accessible to wheelchairs as well. Service animals are welcomed throughout the Jungle, including in our Island Burger Cafe.
NO PETS ALLOWED. ONLY SERVICE ANIMALS PERMITTED. Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. For more information, please refer to the U.S. Department of Justice.