Safari Adventure was Nuka-World's attempt at opening a zoological park. Although it was quite a popular attraction, the park was constantly under fire in the media from radical animal-rights groups.”— Fallout 4 loading screen
Background[edit | edit source]
One of the most ambitious park expansion built at Nuka-World, Safari Adventure brought opened in 2067 on Labor Day weekend. The park took seven years to come to complete due to the extensive input from a variety of zoological and environmental scientists, which brought together dozens of exotic species in one place for visitors to observe in an environment close to their own. The park was quite popular, but had more than a few run ins with radical animal rights groups, like the Animal Friends and Defenders (A.F.A.D.).
However, the expansion holds a dark secret: beneath the park, there is a replication facility (a cloning center) that was used for the preservation of species and returning the ecosystem to normal. Unfortunately, one of the experiments created a whole new species, rather than preserving an old one. The previously gatorclaws were the result. Only one person is brave enough to still remain in the park: Cito and his family of ghoulrillas.
Layout[edit | edit source]
The park is built around the Welcome Building and Cappy's Treehouse, providing a useful reference point. The Primate and Repitle houses are on opposite ends, and are necessary visits for the location quest.
Notable loot[edit | edit source]
- The Nuka-Hearty recipe is in the storage shed behind the Safari amphitheater.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- Nuka-World loading screen hints: "Due to the overwhelming success of Nuka-World, more parks were immediately planned. Dry Rock Gulch opened in 2058, followed by Safari Adventure in 2067. On both occasions, the amount of visitors almost doubled overnight."
- Nuka-Town USA grounds terminals; Information Terminal, Safari Adventure
- Nuka-World loading screen hints: "Safari Adventure was Nuka-World's attempt at opening a zoological park. Although it was quite a popular attraction, the park was constantly under fire in the media from radical animal-rights groups."
- A.F.A.D. manifesto
- Dr. McDermot journal 91W