The ban was introduced when zookeepers at the park, which recently opened its new African adventure, ZUFURI, began to notice that animal-print clothes were making the animals react rather oddly.
Some animals have ran away, whilst others have become excited and over-friendly.
To enforce this zero-tolerance policy, the park has even hired Animal Print bouncers and any rule-breaking guests are offered grey boiler suits to wear all around the park.
Natalie Dilloway, a ZUFARI spokeswoman said: "Since the launch of ZUFARI, guests have interacted with the animals more closely than ever before and we have noticed a lot of animals becoming baffled by animal-print-wearing guests."
The new safari experience has been designed to replicate the real-life African terrain, and with animal print-clad humans wandering around, it's no surprise that they're getting pretty puzzled.
The journey includes an off-road safari adventure and coming face-to-face with white rhinos, giraffes, blesbok, flamingos and nile lechwe.
Natalie added: "It's no wonder the animals are getting confused when they see what they perceive to be zebras and giraffes driving across the terrain in a 7.5 tonne truck!"
"We kindly ask guests to refrain from wearing animal print at the park."
Animal behaviour consultant Dr Candy D'Sa told the Daily Mail: "Colours and patterns can provoke strong reactions in animals."
"Possibly the worst thing you could do is limp past the lion or tiger enclosure in a zebra print outfit."