Jungle Safari Party Games

Jungle Safari Party Games

From lions, monkeys, tigers and elephants to snakes, rhinos, giraffes and flamingos, our Jungle Safari Party is packed full of the children’s favourite jungle animals! Join our animal friends in some of the wildest jungle animal themed party games you will ever play!


Animal Antics

In this dance-based game of luck, the children get to show off their best dance moves and when the music stops, they choose their favourite jungle animals picture board to run to. The children then watch in thrilling suspense to see if their picture board is chosen!

For ages: 4 – 7 years.

Baboon Bumps / Safari Statues

Our jungle animal themed twist on the traditional favourite party games Musical Bumps or Statues acts as the perfect warm-up game, allowing younger ones to quickly settle into the party and bond with their friends!

For ages: 4 – 5 years.

Ernie / Ethel The Elephant Says

Little ones will have a great time acting out the jungle safari/animal actions in our themed version of Simon Says. From eating the tasty bananas and stroking the lion cub, through to flying like a parrot and snapping like a crocodile to name but a few fun actions!

For ages: 4 – 7 years.

Flying Flamingos

In this hilarious sitting-based game the children pass around multiple inflatable flamingos. However, the fun really begins when the music stops! Expect plenty of frantic feathery thrills! Please note: we simplify this game for 4 – 6 year olds.

For ages: 4 – 7 years.

Lions vs. Leopards Limbo

Who do you think will be crowned the top limbo jungle animals? Will it be the roaring lions or the meowing leopards?! There is only one way to find out in this jungle animal themed version of our signature party game!

For ages: 4 – 7 years.

Monkeyin’ Around

Children do not usually need many excuses to act like monkeys but in this exciting team-based race involving giant inflatable bananas, we positively encourage it! Both children and parents alike will love this simple but hilariously fruity team race!

For ages: 4 – 7 years.

Rumble In The Jungle

There is a huge tropical storm coming and all the animals are out playing in the jungle. If the children do not help the Safari Rangers get the animals to safety as soon as possible they could get stuck out in the storm! Can our young rangers find the missing animals before the storm arrives? Quick! We can hear a rumble in the jungle!

For ages: 4 – 7 years.

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