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Pokemon Go Safari Zone returns with new location and schedule

by | Mar 9, 2022

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Pokemon Go Safari Zone is coming back this year.

Safari Zones can be found in most Pokemon games. These are locations that have rare Pokemon that can’t be encountered anywhere else in the game. Trainers cannot battle in the Safari Zone since it’s a type of sanctuary for Pokemon. Safari Zones have even been added to Pokemon Go, allowing trainers to take part in Safari Zone events with other players.

When is the Pokemon Go Safari Zone returning?

The first Pokemon Go Safari Zone is taking place from May 13 to May 15. During that time, Pokemon Go trainers can purchase a ticket for the event that unlocks limited-time features. This includes a Special Research quest, boosted Pokemon spawns, and also real-life activities trainers can do together.

Where is the Pokemon Go Safari Zone located?

The upcoming Pokemon Go Safari Zone is at Parque del Alamillo in Seville, Spain. To celebrate this location, the Safari Zone will have Pokemon that represent Hercules, the spirit of Seville’s fabled founder, according to the official update.

It’s currently unclear if there will be more locations made available in 2022.

In 2021, there were three Safari Zones. The Safari Zone events took place in Liverpool, Philadelphia, and St. Louis, respectively. This means there is a possibility that more locations elsewhere around the globe could be announced soon.

How to take part in Pokemon Go Safari Zone 2022

There are two Pokemon Go Safari Zone tickets available for trainers for the 2022 event. The first one is €21, and the second one is €26, which grants early access to the event.

Not everything taking place at the Pokemon Go Safari Zone event has been revealed just yet, so trainers should keep an eye out for more information still to come.

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