Near the zoo's entrance but it goes long well into the other end.
Wild Africa is probably the zoo's biggest section of animal exhibits. Very close to the entrance are the displays of barbary sheep and nilghai (a deer-like animal with long crooked antlers).
Then there is a sun bear on display in its den although I could not clearly see the bear as it was hiding. Next to the sun bear is a maned wolf which erratically patrons its territory in a mechanically circular motion, much to my amusement. Then there is an enclosure for guanacos, an llama-like animal of South American origin. Before I forget to mention, there are a number of camels on display too.
Further inside are white rhinos (they are not particularly white though), elands and gnus. Then there is a fairly vast space reserved for the adorable giraffes, which towering necks seemed to be able to reach my hands. An African-style thatched hut is available to view the giraffes on a slightly elevated ground.
I seemed to be reaching the end of Wild Africa with the displays of African zebras, African-crowned cranes (a type of long-legged bird), and nyalas (peculiarly look like a bongo or a greater kudu).
Overall, a good African-wilderness experience.