Mickey and Minnie gleefully set out to cross Africa's Serengeti after missing the bus back to their hometown.
A bus is crushed by a tree off-screen, and Minnie is sad because she and Mickey won't make it home anytime soon. Mickey, on the other hand, is excited about their big safari adventure. They see lions in their den, but Minnie is sad because the bus has left without them. Mickey tries to cheer her up by taking her on an exciting adventure.
We see birds, deer, a giraffe, and zebras. A cheetah is seen using its claws to kill a deer. Minnie grabs the deer and the cheetah thuds on a stone and breaks its teeth. Minnie blows a buffalo's horn like a trumpet and Mickey plays a hippo's teeth like a piano. He tells a joke to hyenas to make them laugh: "What do you call a one-legged hippo? A hoppo!" He takes a picture with Minnie and Bobo and then decides to take one with a mama elephant. At that very moment, a mama elephant jumps out and surprises them. The animals all get a drink of water but Mickey and Minnie continue on their way.
They're riding a zebra but they run into other animals. Zebras lose stripes, two cheetahs and a giraffe lose spots and a lion loses its mane. The wind blows the pieces away and the animals cry. This gives Minnie an idea: she and Mickey decorate the animals with all different colors, stripes, spirals, spots, stars, checks and hair. The animals are speechless because they love it.
The bus returns and the tour guide tells to Mickey and Minnie to hop onboard, but Minnie is having too much fun and says that she could literally stay out here forever. The animals are surprised and board the bus as it drives away. Mickey and Minnie wave goodbye to the tour guide and the animals, then they go to look at the meerkats.
- This episode contains homages to The Lion King:
- On the official YouTube page, the title is spelled as "So Fari, So Good".
- This was fixed a few days later to better identify the YouTube page by its intended title.
- When Mickey and Minnie repaint the animals, a cheetah is given the stripes and color scheme of the Cheshire Cat. Additionally, while not directly referencing specific figures, the patterns and spots painted on the other animals are inspired by some of the colorful animals found in It's a Small World.