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Pokémon Safari (Japanese: ポケモンサファリ Pokémon Safari) is a type of Special Stage in Pokémon Shuffle in which a number of Pokémon are available through a single stage on the overworld, denoted by a question mark. The cost per play is 1 Heart. Whenever a Safari stage is accessed, the player will battle one of the opponents that can appear in it, chosen at random. Different Pokémon have different rates of appearance, and there is no way to know which Pokémon will appear before playing. Due to the nature of these stages, the Optimize button is unavailable. Most Safaris are amde up of exclusively 3-Pokémon stages.

Prior to the final content update in version 1.5.7 of the game, there had been 18 different Pokémon Safari events, with new Pokémon sometimes added to old Safaris on repeat runs. Following this update, Pokémon Safaris began running on a consistent schedule, with each lasting for one or two weeks. Although many of these feature some similarities to the rosters seen in older events, the stage type as a whole saw significant changes to the available Pokémon.

In October 2016, the event title changed. The initial three releases were under the name "Pokémon Safari Appears!" and later changed to "A New Pokémon Safari" for the October 12 release. The fourth Pokémon Safari was the first to use the new title and the first to appear in Pokémon Shuffle Mobile. The title "Head Back Into The Safari!" has also appeared on re-releases of various versions of the event.

After version 1.5.7

Week 1-2

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Grubbin Grubbin Bug 16.67% 3,728 7 4% 2% 5 N/A
Charjabug Charjabug Bug 10% 3,355 7 3% 4% 5 N/A
Vikavolt Vikavolt Bug 3.33% 3,465 7 13% 4% 5 N/A
Crabrawler Crabrawler Fighting 16.67% 2,663 6 7% 2% 5 N/A
Crabominable Crabominable Fighting 6.67% 3,515 6 9% 4% 5 N/A
Caterpie Caterpie Bug 16.67% 16,456 12 9% 4% 5 N/A
Metapod Metapod Bug 10% 8,470 8 9% 3% 5 N/A
Butterfree Butterfree Bug 3.33% 11,518 9 8% 2% 5 N/A
Yungoos Yungoos Normal 13.33% 5,500 9 7% 4% 5 N/A
Gumshoos Gumshoos Normal 3.33% 8,000 10 1% 3% 5 N/A

Week 3-4

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Gible Gible Ground 13.33% 4,388 10 6% 2% 5 N/A
Gabite Gabite Ground 10% 2,226 6 15% 3% 5 N/A
Garchomp Garchomp Ground 3.33% 7,725 15 13% 3% 5 N/A
Staryu Staryu Water 13.33% 1,888 8 10% 3% 5 Eight Coins appear on board initially
Starmie Starmie Water 6.67% 5,704 13 17% 2% 100 N/A
Furfrou Furfrou Normal 10% 3,120 13 5% 2% 5 N/A
Manaphy Manaphy Water 6.67% 4,334 6 26% 3% 5 Winking
Phione Phione Water 6.67% 3,375 10 40% 3% 5 N/A
Phione Phione Water 3.33% 5,055 9 9% 5% 5 Winking
Sandygast Sandygast Ground 26.67% 9,800 11 8% 2% 5 N/A

Week 5-6

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Krabby Krabby Water 16.67% 7,000 8 14% 2% 5 N/A
Kingler Kingler Water 6.67% 6,295 7 16% 2% 5 N/A
Shellder Shellder Water 16.67% 4,892 8 15% 2% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
Cloyster Cloyster Water 6.67% 5,527 7 18% 3% 100 N/A
Magikarp Magikarp Water 3.33% 4,224 5 25% 6% 5 Shiny
Coins appear on board initially and as disruptions
Gyarados Gyarados Water 3.33% 4,948 8 22% 2% 5 Shiny
Goldeen Goldeen Water 16.67% 5,800 8 10% 2% 5 N/A
Seaking Seaking Water 10% 1,500 4 22% 2% 5 N/A
Aipom Aipom Normal 13.33% 3,872 8 8% 4% 5 N/A
Ambipom Ambipom Normal 6.67% 4,840 8 16% 5% 5 N/A

Week 7-8

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Electrike Electrike Electric 13.33% 5,512 12 8% 3% 5 N/A
Manectric Manectric Electric 6.67% 7,072 12 5% 3% 5 N/A
Darumaka Darumaka Fire 16.67% 2,859 7 10% 7% 5 N/A
Darmanitan Darmanitan Fire 10% 5,960 10 5% 6% 5 N/A
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 6.67% 5,481 7 26% 2% 5 Winking
Raichu Raichu Electric 6.67% 440 2 36% 2% 5 Winking
Plusle Plusle Electric 13.33% 3,100 7 17% 3% 5 N/A
Minun Minun Electric 13.33% 3,100 6 17% 3% 5 N/A
Diglett Diglett Steel 10% 3,960 8 7% 2% 5 Alola Form
Dugtrio Dugtrio Steel 3.33% 2,970 6 18% 4% 5 Alola Form

Week 9

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Salandit Salandit Poison 20% 4,954 8 5% 3% 5 N/A
Togedemaru Togedemaru Electric 6.67% 5,759 10 11% 2% 5 N/A
Roggenrola Roggenrola Rock 16.67% 5,880 10 9% 2% 5 N/A
Boldore Boldore Rock 10% 7,660 12 20% 2% 5 N/A
Gigalith Gigalith Rock 3.33% 6,720 9 23% 3% 5 N/A
Rockruff Rockruff Rock 6.67% 3,465 7 11% 2% 5 N/A
Geodude Geodude Electric 16.67% 7,078 10 1% 2% 5 Alola Form
Graveler Graveler Electric 10% 5,808 10 11% 2% 5 Alola Form
Golem Golem Electric 3.33% 6,098 8 18% 4% 5 Alola Form
Mareanie Mareanie Poison 6.67% 2,500 5 11% 2% 5 N/A

Week 10

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 16.67% 13,068 10 17% 2% 5 (Charizard) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 16.67% 720 3 4% 7% 5 (Magikarp) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 16.67% 590 7 20% 5% 5 (Gyarados) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 10.00% 4,450 11 8% 4% 5 (Shiny Gyarados) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3.33% 4,995 10 8% 2% 5 (Lugia) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3.33% 5,540 9 7% 2% 5 (Ho-Oh) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3.33% 6,844 9 4% 4% 5 (Shiny Rayquaza) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3.33% 4,800 13 5% 4% 5 (Shiny Rayquaza) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 13.33% 2,700 6 30% 2% 5 Kimono Boy
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 13.33% 2,400 6 27% 3% 5 Kimono Girl

Week 11-12

Week 13

Week 14

Week 15-16

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Numel Numel Ground 16.67% 12,560 8 60% 2% 5 N/A
Camerupt Camerupt Ground 3.33% 11,076 12 12% 3% 5 N/A
Hippopotas Hippopotas Ground 16.67% 7,120 8 8% 2% 5 Female
Hippowdon Hippowdon Ground 3.33% 9,600 10 17% 2% 5 Female
Pidove Pidove Flying 20% 7,392 7 10% 3% 5 N/A
Tranquill Tranquill Flying 10% 7,392 7 15% 2% 5 N/A
Unfezant Unfezant Flying 6.67% 2,582 8 14% 4% 5 Male
Unfezant Unfezant Flying 3.33% 4,992 12 12% 3% 5 Female
Jangmo-o Jangmo-o Dragon 13.33% 8,400 8 10% 3% 5 N/A
Hakamo-o Hakamo-o Dragon 6.67% 7,560 10 16% 3% 5 N/A

Week 17

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 10% 5,899 11 5% 4% 5 Original Hat
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 10% 2,700 12 8% 3% 5 Hoenn Hat
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 10% 2,688 7 4% 4% 5 Sinnoh Hat
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 10% 10,400 10 4% 3% 5 Unova Hat
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 10% 4,000 10 6% 4% 5 Kalos Hat
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 10% 10,663 11 5% 3% 5 Alola Hat
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 13.33% 10,890 10 11% 3% 5 Smiling
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3.33% 4,800 13 5% 3% 5 Happy
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 20% 9,916 12 8% 3% 5 Fired Up
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3.33% 8,812 11 14% 3% 5 Surprised

Week 18

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Meowth Meowth Dark 16.67% 3,234 6 16% 2% 5 Alola Form
Persian Persian Dark 6.67% 3,234 6 16% 2% 5 Alola Form
Rattata Rattata Dark 16.67% 3,564 8 5% 2% 5 Alola Form
Raticate Raticate Dark 6.67% 2,673 6 13% 2% 5 Alola Form
Unown Unown Psychic 10% 6,881 9 15% 2% 5 (N)
Unown Unown Psychic 10% 5,481 8 30% 3% 5 (I)
Unown Unown Psychic 10% 9,109 9 17% 2% 5 (C)
Unown Unown Psychic 10% 10,719 8 14% 2% 5 (E)
Cherubi Cherubi Grass 10% 6,431 10 6% 3% 5 Winking
Cherrim Cherrim Grass 3.33% 3,600 7 13% 3% 5 Winking

Week 19-20

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Pineco Pineco Bug 16.67% 5,481 7 11% 2% 5 N/A
Forretress Forretress Bug 6.67% 8,004 8 14% 3% 5 N/A
Ledyba Ledyba Bug 13.33% 8,613 7 15% 2% 5 N/A
Ledian Ledian Bug 6.67% 5,407 8 16% 4% 5 N/A
Houndour Houndour Fire 13.33% 4,176 8 12% 3% 5 N/A
Houndoom Houndoom Fire 3.33% 6,090 7 25% 4% 5 N/A
Noibat Noibat Flying 13.33% 3,915 5 12% 2% 5 N/A
Hoothoot Hoothoot Flying 16.67% 5,481 7 11% 2% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
On the first three 11+ combo, 6 Coins appear as part of a disruption
Noctowl Noctowl Flying 6.67% 8,613 9 17% 2% 5 N/A
Vivillon Vivillon Bug 3.33% 2,300 7 17% 4% 5 Poké Ball Pattern

Week 21-22

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Sewaddle Sewaddle Bug 16.67% 5,808 6 10% 5% 5 N/A
Swadloon Swadloon Bug 10% 10,648 7 13% 4% 5 N/A
Leavanny Leavanny Bug 3.33% 9,680 9 20% 6% 5 Coins appear as disruptions
Cottonee Cottonee Grass 16.67% 7,260 6 19% 2% 100 Winking
Whimsicott Whimsicott Grass 6.67% 7,986 8 23% 3% 100 Winking
Flabébé Flabébé Fairy 13.33% 8,400 8 9% 3% 5 Winking
Floette Floette Fairy 6.67% 9,600 12 16% 2% 5 Winking
Snubbull Snubbull Fairy 6.67% 9,600 10 15% 3% 5 Winking
Chansey Chansey Normal 3.33% 921 3 20% 4% 5 Winking
Cutiefly Cutiefly Fairy 16.67% 9,000 7 10% 2% 5 N/A

Week 23-24

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Fletchling Fletchling Flying 20% 6,380 8 15% 3% 5 N/A
Fletchinder Fletchinder Fire 10% 4,240 12 20% 3% 5 Coins appear in skyfall
Zigzagoon Zigzagoon Normal 16.67% 4,107 8 13% 2% 5 N/A
Linoone Linoone Normal 6.67% 1,039 4 18% 4% 5 6 Coins appear on board intially
Hoppip Hoppip Grass 16.67% 9,163 10 4% 2% 5 Winking
Skiploom Skiploom Grass 10% 7,466 8 13% 2% 5 Winking
Jumpluff Jumpluff Grass 3.33% 9,450 9 15% 3% 5 Winking
Vulpix Vulpix Ice 3.33% 8,000 11 6% 4% 5 Alola Form
Snorunt Snorunt Ice 10% 6,969 8 16% 4% 5 Winking
Glalie Glalie Ice 3.33% 6,776 7 15% 3% 5 Winking

Prior to version 1.5.7

First release

The first Pokémon Safari debuted in the 3DS version from April 20 to May 2, 2015. This Safari returned from August 31 to September 14, 2015. During the re-release, the Mega Sharpedo Competitive Stage, which could allow players to earn a Sharpedonite, became available, running from September 7 to 14, 2015. This version was released again from January 19 to February 2, 2016, under the event name "Head Back into the Safari!" on 3DS and "A New Pokémon Safari Appears!" in the mobile version, running for the first time in the Mobile version.

This Safari also returned from November 1 to 15, 2016, but with the addition of Sunkern and Sunflora. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Carvanha Carvanha Dark 18.2% 3,710 4 5% (until Feb 2016)
17%
11% (until Feb 2016)
5%
5 N/A
Sharpedo Sharpedo Dark 2.3% 12,928 20 7% (until Feb 2016)
14%
2% (until Feb 2016)
4%
5 N/A
Spinda Spinda Normal 25% 5,899 12 3% (until Feb 2016)
4%
3% 5 N/A
Cherubi Cherubi Grass 25% 1,675 5 11% (until Feb 2016)
13%
7% (until Feb 2016)
2%
5 N/A
Cherrim Cherrim Grass 13.6% 8,549 10 5% (until Feb 2016)
13%
4% (until Feb 2016)
5%
5 N/A
Sunkern Sunkern Grass 10.2% 3,006 6 16% 4% 5 Available from Nov 2016
Sunflora Sunflora Grass 5.7% 4,723 8 20% 4% 5 Available from Nov 2016

Second release

The second Pokémon Safari first became available in the 3DS version from June 22 to July 7, 2015. It was later repeated under the title "Head Back into the Safari!" from November 9 to 24, 2015 on both versions.

During the initial run for 3DS, the Manectite became available through a simultaneous competitive stage that ran from June 29 to July 6, 2015. A similar event was done for Mobile.

This Safari also returned from July 12 to 26, 2016, but with the addition of Winking forms of Pikachu and Raichu. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop Coins or an Exp. Booster M if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

This Safari returned from November 7 to 14, 2017.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Electrike Electrike Electric 28.9% 5,512 12 8% 3% 5 N/A
Manectric Manectric Electric 4.4% 7,072 12 5% 3% 5 N/A
Darumaka Darumaka Fire 25.6% 2,859 7 10% 7% 5 N/A
Darmanitan Darmanitan Fire 8.9% 5,960 10 5% 6% 5 N/A
Stantler Stantler Normal 23.3% 1,972 7 25% 12% 5 N/A
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 5.6% 5,481 7 26% 2% 5 Winking
Available from Jul 2016
Raichu Raichu Electric 3.3% 440 2 36% 2% 5 Winking
Available from Jul 2016

Third release

The third Pokémon Safari was first available in the 3DS version from August 3 to 17, 2015.

During this event, the Garchompite became available through a simultaneous competitive stage that ran from August 7 to 17, 2015. It was repeated in the 3DS version and made available for the first time in the mobile version from December 8 to 22, 2015.

The Safari also returned from August 9 to 23, 2016. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S or an Exp. Booster M if the player had already caught that Pokémon. It returned again on March 7 to 21, 2017, but with the addition of Winking form of Manaphy and Exp. Booster L.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Gible Gible Ground 25% 4,388 10 5% (until 2016)
6%
2% 5 N/A
Gabite Gabite Ground 10% 2,226 6 10% (until 2016)
15%
5% (Until 2016)
3%
5 N/A
Garchomp Garchomp Ground 3% 7,725 15 15% (until 2016)
13%
3% 5 N/A
Staryu Staryu Water 17% 1,888 8 8% (until 2016)
10%
2% (Until 2016)
3%
5 Eight Coins appear on board initially
Starmie Starmie Water 17% 5,704 13 6% (until 2016)
17%
2% 100 N/A
Furfrou Furfrou Normal 24% 3,120 13 10% (until 2016)
5%
3% (Until 2016)
2%
5 N/A
Phione Phione Water 2% 3,375 10 40% 3% (until 2016)
2%
5 N/A
Manaphy Manaphy Water 2% 4,334 5 26% 2% 5 Winking
Available from Mar 2017

Fourth release

The fourth Pokémon Safari was the first to use a different event title, and was available from October 12 to 26, 2015. This version of the Pokémon Safari was also the first to be released in Pokémon Shuffle Mobile. This was repeated under the event name "Head Back into the Safari!" from April 26 to May 10, 2016 for both versions.

Though Duskull and Dusclops were part of this Safari, Dusknoir was not; it was instead released as a Great Challenge stage at the same time as the Safari.

Since this Safari's debut, all Pokémon in it have reappeared in some way. All members of the Crobat family later appeared in the 12th release of the Pokémon Safari; this may be because Duskull, Dusclops, Pumpkaboo, and Gourgeist all appear in Graucus Hall.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Zubat Zubat Poison 20% 3,520 8 15% 2% 5 N/A
Golbat Golbat Poison 13.3% 5,850 10 8% 3% 5 N/A
Crobat Crobat Poison 3.3% 8,424 10 5% 2% 5 N/A
Duskull Duskull Ghost 20% 4,656 8 15% 2% 5 N/A
Dusclops Dusclops Ghost 3.3% 5,712 8 25% 3% 5 N/A
Pumpkaboo Pumpkaboo Ghost 26.7% 2,425 5 10% 2% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
Gourgeist Gourgeist Ghost 13.3% 9,180 12 8% 2% 5 N/A

Fifth release

The fifth Pokémon Safari was first available from December 28, 2015 to January 11, 2016 for both versions.

Though Fletchling and Fletchinder were part of this Safari, Talonflame was not; it was instead released as a High-Speed Challenge stage at the same time as the Safari.

This Safari was repeated from November 15 to 29, 2016. During this run and future runs, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

Another repeat happened from October 4 to 10, 2017. Female versions of Hippopotas and Hippowdon were added, but Camerupt was removed.

During the first few runs of this Safari, it was the only Safari that did not use 3-Pokémon Stages. During the October 2017 repeat, however, the Safari was changed to use 3-Pokémon Stages.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Numel Numel Ground 16.67% 6,280 15 10% 4% 5 N/A
Camerupt Camerupt Ground 2% 3,170 18 30% 3% 5 Available until Nov 2016
Roggenrola Roggenrola Rock 16.67% 2,940 12 10% 5% 5 N/A
Boldore Boldore Rock 6.67% 2,830 15 20% 4% 5 N/A
Gigalith Gigalith Rock 3.33% 3,360 18 19% 6% 5 N/A
Fletchling Fletchling Flying 20% 3,190 12 15% 3% 5 N/A
Fletchinder Fletchinder Fire 6.67% 2,670 15 20% 3% 5 Coins appear on board intially and in skyfalls
Hippopotas Hippopotas Ground 20% 7,120 8 8% 2% 5 Female
Available from Oct 2017
Hippowdon Hippowdon Ground 10% 9,600 10 17% 2% 5 Female
Available from Oct 2017

Sixth release

The sixth Pokémon Safari was first available from February 16 to March 1, 2016 for both versions.

This Safari was repeated from September 6 to 20, 2016. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S or an Exp. Booster M if the player had already caught that Pokémon. It was repeated again from September 5 to 19, 2017. During this run and future runs, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Oddish Oddish Grass 16% 6,534 (Feb 2016 only)
5,808
9 5% 3% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
On a 22+ combo, 5 Coins randomly spawn
5 more spawn on the next turn
Gloom Gloom Grass 13% 8,712 8 12% 4% 5 N/A
Vileplume Vileplume Grass 6% 6,534 9 23% 2% 5 N/A
Abra Abra Psychic 35% 5,087 7 5% 3% 5 N/A
Kadabra Kadabra Psychic 12% 13,068 9 18% 2% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
On a 11+ combo, 6 Coins appear as part of a disruption
From then on, with a 22+ combo, 8 Coins appear instead
Alakazam Alakazam Psychic 3% 13,068 6 27% 2% 5 N/A
Tauros Tauros Normal 15% 5,585 9 15% 3% 5 N/A

Seventh release

The seventh Pokémon Safari was available from March 15 to 29, 2016 for both versions. Although Noibat was a part of this Safari, Noivern was not; it was instead released as a High-Speed Challenge stage at the same time as the Safari.

This Safari was repeated from January 10 to 24, 2017, but with the addition of Ledyba and Ledian. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon. It was repeated from April 4 to 18, 2017.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Houndour Houndour Fire 14% 4,176 8 12% 5% (2016 only)
3%
5 N/A
Houndoom Houndoom Fire 3% 6,090 7 29% (2016 only)
25%
2% (2016 only)
4%
5 N/A
Pineco Pineco Bug 14% 9,135 7 18% (2016 only)
15%
6% (2016 only)
2%
5 N/A
Forretress Forretress Bug 6% 8,004 8 18% (2016 only)
14% (Jan 2017 only)
15%
3% 5 N/A
Hoothoot Hoothoot Flying 18% 5,481 7 11% 3% (2016 only)
2%
5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
On a 11+ combo, 6 Coins appear as part of a disruption
Noctowl Noctowl Flying 6% 8,613 9 20% (2016 only)
17%
2% 5 N/A
Noibat Noibat Flying 20% 3,915 5 14% (2016 only)
12%
3% (2016 only)
2%
5 N/A
Ledyba Ledyba Bug 14% 8,613 7 15% 2% 5 Available from Jan 2017
Ledian Ledian Bug 5% 5,407 8 16% 2% (Jan 2017 only)
4%
5 Available from Jan 2017

Eighth release

The eighth Pokémon Safari was available from March 29 to April 12, 2016 for both versions. This Safari was repeated from April 18 to 25, 2017, but with the addition of Vivillon (Poké Ball Pattern). During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Cleffa Cleffa Fairy 34% 4,508 8 10% 2% 5
Clefairy Clefairy Fairy 12% 8,832 7 11% 3% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
Clefable Clefable Fairy 7% 8,832 7 11% 5% 5 N/A
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2% 600 2 20% 5% 5 Angry
Deerling Deerling Grass 28% 5,888 8 15% 2% 5 Spring Form
Sawsbuck Sawsbuck Grass 14% 4,830 7 12% 3% 5 Spring Form
Vivillon Vivillon Bug 3% 2,300 7 17% 4% 5 Poké Ball Pattern
Available from Apr 2017

Ninth release

The ninth Pokémon Safari was available from May 17 to 31, 2016 for both versions. It was repeated from July 26 to August 9, 2016 in both versions. In the repeat run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S or an Exp. Booster M if the player had already caught the Pokémon.

In this Safari, each stage is set up such that if the Pokémon featured in it is brought as a Support Pokémon, a match will always be made at the start of the stage, triggering the opponent Pokémon to disrupt with multiple Coins. If not, the Pokémon will instead disrupt with a single Coin after the first move has been made.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Elgyem Elgyem Psychic 26.9% 4,659 7 10% 2% 5 Coins appear as disruptions
Beheeyem Beheeyem Psychic 8.6% 4,659 7 13% 2% 5 Coins appear as disruptions
Drowzee Drowzee Psychic 23.7% 4,719 6 15% 3% 5 Coins appear as disruptions
Hypno Hypno Psychic 8.6% 4,659 8 15% 3% 5 Coins appear as disruptions
Frillish Frillish Ghost 21.5% 4,659 7 12% 3% 5 Female
Coins appear as disruptions
Jellicent Jellicent Ghost 8.6% 3,993 6 15% 2% 5 Female
Coins appear as disruptions
Mesprit Mesprit Psychic 2.2% 10,437 15 22% 2% 5 Coins appear as disruptions

Tenth release

The tenth Pokémon Safari was available from June 21 to July 5, 2016 for both versions.

This Safari was repeated from January 24 to February 7, 2017 but with the addition of Winking forms of Snorunt and Glalie. During this run and future runs, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

From June 20 to July 4, 2017, yet another version of this Safari was released. This one added two costumed Pikachu, in Magikarp and Gyarados costumes. This Safari came out at the same time that a Pikachu wearing a Shiny Gyarados costome became available as a Great Challenge. the winking forms of Snorunt and Glalie were not available for this release. On this run, the appearance odds don't add up to 100%, suggesting that some appearance rates have been rounded down in the available data.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Shellder Shellder Water 14.3% 4,892 8 15% 2% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
Cloyster Cloyster Water 11.43% 6,448 7 18% 3% 100 N/A
Magikarp Magikarp Water 1.42% 4,224 5 25% 6% 5 Shiny
Coins appear on board initially and as disruptions
Gyarados Gyarados Water 2.85% 4,948 8 20% 2% 5 Shiny
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2.85% 720 3 4% 12% 5 (Magikarp) Costume
Available Jun 2017 only
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2.85% 590 7 4% 5% 5 (Gyarados) Costume
Available Jun 2017 only
Snorunt Snorunt Ice 6% 6,969 8 16% 4% 5 Winking
Available Jan 2017 only
Glalie Glalie Ice 3% 6,776 7 15% 3% 5 Winking
Available Jan 2017 only
Pidove Pidove Flying 31.43% 7,392 7 10% 3% 5 N/A
Tranquill Tranquill Flying 21.43% 7,392 7 15% 2% 5 N/A
Unfezant Unfezant Flying 11.43% 2,582 8 14% 4% 5 Coins appear as disruptions (until Feb 2017)

11th release

The 11th Pokémon Safari was available from September 20 to October 4, 2016 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Aipom Aipom Normal 25% 3,872 8 8% 4% 5 N/A
Ambipom Ambipom Normal 13% 4,840 8 16% 5% 5 N/A
Sewaddle Sewaddle Bug 30% 5,808 6 10% 5% 5 N/A
Swadloon Swadloon Bug 13% 10,648 7 13% 4% 5 N/A
Leavanny Leavanny Bug 3% 9,680 9 20% 6% 5 Coins appear as disruptions
Cottonee Cottonee Grass 11% 7,260 6 19% 2% 100 Winking
Whimsicott Whimsicott Grass 5% 7,986 8 23% 3% 100 Winking

12th release

The 12th Pokémon Safari was available from October 18 to November 1, 2016 for both versions. Though it was titled as A New Pokémon Safari, it included three Pokémon from the fourth Pokémon Safari, as well as alternate forms of two more Pokémon from that same Safari. The Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M, or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught the Pokémon.

It was repeated from October 17 to 24, 2017.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Zubat Zubat Poison 23% 3,520 8 15% 2% 5 N/A
Golbat Golbat Poison 13% 5,850 10 18% 5% 5 N/A
Crobat Crobat Poison 3% 8,424 10 20% 10% 5 N/A
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2% 159 1 36% 0% 5 Spooky
Pumpkaboo Pumpkaboo Ghost 25% 7,260 8 16% 3% 5 Spooky
Gourgeist Gourgeist Ghost 10% 11,616 12 15% 2% 5 Spooky
Drifloon Drifloon Ghost 24% 3,388 6 12% 4% 5 N/A

13th release

The 13th Pokémon Safari was available from December 13 to 26, 2016 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Vanillite Vanillite Ice 22% 3,045 7 12% 2% 5 Holiday
Cubchoo Cubchoo Ice 12% 3,045 7 12% 4% 5 Holiday
Snover Snover Ice 10% 1,000 4 14% 3% 5 Holiday
Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3% 400 2 13% 13% 5 Holiday
Lillipup Lillipup Normal 23% 3,045 7 12% 2% 5 N/A
Herdier Herdier Normal 17% 3,132 6 13% 2% 5 N/A
Stoutland Stoutland Normal 13% 3,480 6 16% 3% 5 N/A

14th release

The 14th Pokémon Safari was available from February 14 to 28, 2017 for both versions.

This Safari was repeated from July 4 to 18, 2017 but with the addition of Shiny Rayquaza costumed Pikachu. During this run and future runs, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground 27% 6,167 8 9% 2% 5 N/A
Sandslash Sandslash Ground 8% 6,969 9 15% 2% 5 N/A
Barboach Barboach Ground 22% 6,969 9 14% 2% 5 N/A
Whiscash Whiscash Ground 14% 5,825 6 15% 3% 5 N/A
Zigzagoon Zigzagoon Normal 21% 4,107 8 13% 2% 5 N/A
Linoone Linoone Normal 5% 1,039 3 18% 4% 5 6 Coins appear on board intially
Rayquaza Rayquaza Flying 1% 12,793 13 21% 2% 100 Shiny
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2% 4,800 12 5% 3% 5 (Shiny Rayquaza) Costume
Available from July 2017

15th release

The 15th Pokémon Safari was available from March 21 to April 4, 2017 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Krabby Krabby Water 28% 7,000 8 14% 2% 5 N/A
Kingler Kingler Water 12% 6,295 7 16% 2% 5 N/A
Goldeen Goldeen Water 26% 5,800 8 10% 2% 5 N/A
Seaking Seaking Water 10% 1,500 4 22% 2% 5 N/A
Minun Minun Electric 10% 3,100 6 17% 3% 5 N/A
Plusle Plusle Electric 10% 3,100 7 17% 3% 5 N/A
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2% 2,700 6 30% 2% 5 Kimono Boy
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2% 2,400 6 27% 3% 5 Kimono Girl

16th release

The 16th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from April 25 to May 9, 2017 for both versions. It was also the first to contain Pokémon found in Alola, with its release timed alongside several other events with Alola Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Geodude Geodude Electric 36% 7,078 10 1% 2% 5 Alola Form
Graveler Graveler Electric 18% 5,808 10 11% 2% 5 Alola Form
Golem Golem Electric 3% 6,098 8 2% 5% 5 Alola Form
Salandit Salandit Poison 34% 4,954 8 5% 3% 5 N/A
Togedemaru Togedemaru Electric 9% 5,759 10 11% 2% 5 N/A

17th release

The 17th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from May 9 to 23, 2017 for both versions. As with the prior Safari, it contains Pokémon found in Alola, with four being Alola Forms of previously found Pokémon. The original release was part of a three week celebration welcoming Alola Pokémon to Pokémon Shuffle.

This Safari was repeated from November 17 to 28, 2017. It was repeated again from January 19 to 30, 2018. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Rockruff Rockruff Rock 12% 3,465 7 11% 2% 5 N/A
Diglett Diglett Steel 33% 3,960 8 7% 2% 5 Alola Form
Dugtrio Dugtrio Steel 3% 2,970 6 18% 4% 5 Alola Form
Rattata Rattata Dark 33% 3,564 8 5% 2% 5 Alola Form
Raticate Raticate Dark 19% 2,673 6 13% 2% 5 Alola Form

18th release

The 18th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from May 23 to June 6, 2017 for both versions. As with the prior Safari, it contains Pokémon found in Alola, with the Vikavolt and Crabominable families being represented.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Grubbin Grubbin Bug 35% 3,728 7 4% 2% 5 N/A
Charjabug Charjabug Bug 13% 3,355 7 3% 4% 5 N/A
Vikavolt Vikavolt Bug 3% 3,465 7 13% 4% 5 N/A
Crabrawler Crabrawler Fighting 33% 2,663 6 7% 2% 5 N/A
Crabominable Crabominable Fighting 16% 3,515 6 9% 4% 5 N/A

19th release

The 19th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from June 6 to 20, 2017 for both versions. As with the prior Safari, it contains Pokémon found in Alola, with the Tsareena family represented. Meowth and Persian also appear in their Alola Forms.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Meowth Meowth Dark 9% 3,234 6 13% 3% 5 Alola Form
Persian Persian Dark 20% 3,234 6 16% 2% 5 Alola Form
Bounsweet Bounsweet Grass 36% 2,772 8 5% 2% 5 N/A
Steenee Steenee Grass 32% 3,234 7 10% 2% 5 N/A
Tsareena Tsareena Grass 3% 2,830 7 20% 3% 5 N/A

20th release

The 20th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from July 18 to August 1, 2017 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Caterpie Caterpie Bug 30% 16,456 12 9% 4% 5 N/A
Metapod Metapod Bug 13.33% 8,470 8 9% 2% 5 N/A
Venonat Venonat Bug 20% 2,178 5 10% 4% 5 N/A
Venomoth Venomoth Bug 3.33% 7,260 7 24% 3% 5 N/A
Burmy Burmy Bug 26.67% 13,552 12 9% 2% 5 Trash Cloak
Wormadam Wormadam Steel 6.67% 8,298 7 20% 4% 5 Trash Cloak

21st release

The 21st version of the Pokémon Safari was available from August 8 to 15, 2017 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3.33% 600 2 20% 5% 5 Angry
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 33.33% 5,481 7 13% 4% 5 Winking
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 10.67% 8,712 8 14% 2% 5 Enamored
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 30% 10,890 10 11% 3% 5 Smiling
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 10.67% 13,068 10 17% 2% 5 (Charizard) Costume

22nd release

The 22nd version of the Pokémon Safari was available from August 15 to 29, 2017 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Pikipek Pikipek Flying 33.33% 5,300 7 13% 4% 5 N/A
Trumbeak Trumbeak Flying 20% 6,450 9 16% 3% 5 N/A
Drampa Drampa Dragon 3.33% 10,300 10 22% 2% 5 N/A
Deerling Deerling Grass 30% 8,470 9 9% 4% 5 Summer Form
Sawsbuck Sawsbuck Grass 13.33% 13,456 12 15% 2% 5 Summer Form

23rd release

The 23rd version of the Pokémon Safari was available from September 19 to 26, 2017 for both versions. From this first run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Unown Unown Psychic 10% 6,881 9 15% 2% 5 (N)
Unown Unown Psychic 36.67% 5,481 8 30% 3% 5 (I)
Unown Unown Psychic 33.33% 9,109 9 17% 2% 5 (C)
Unown Unown Psychic 20% 10,719 8 14% 2% 5 (E)

24th release

The 24th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from December 5 to 12, 2017 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Flabébé Flabébé Fairy 23.33% 8,400 8 9% 3% 5 Winking
Floette Floette Fairy 10% 9,600 12 16% 2% 5 Winking
Cutiefly Cutiefly Fairy 30% 9,000 7 10% 2% 5 N/A
Snubbull Snubbull Fairy 6.67% 9,600 10 15% 3% 5 Winking
Morelull Morelull Grass 26.67% 3,870 7 9% 4% 5 N/A
Shiinotic Shiinotic Grass 3.33% 8,848 9 21% 3% 5 N/A

25th release

The 25th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from January 4 to 16, 2018 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Jangmo-o Jangmo-o Dragon 20% 8,400 8 10% 3% 5 N/A
Hakamo-o Hakamo-o Dragon 3.33% 7,560 10 16% 3% 5 N/A
Sandygast Sandygast Ground 10% 9,800 11 8% 2% 5 N/A
Cherubi Cherubi Grass 20% 6,431 10 6% 3% 5 Winking
Cherrim Cherrim Grass 10% 3,600 7 13% 3% 5 Winking
Hoppip Hoppip Grass 23.33% 9,163 10 4% 2% 5 Winking
Skiploom Skiploom Grass 10% 7,466 8 13% 2% 5 Winking
Jumpluff Jumpluff Grass 3.33% 9,450 9 15% 3% 5 Winking

26th release

The 26th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from February 6 to 13, 2018 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 30% 4,800 7 3% 2% 5 Dizzy
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 30% 720 3 4% 7% 5 (Magikarp) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 16.67% 13,068 10 17% 2% 5 (Charizard) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 13.33% 590 7 20% 5% 5 (Gyarados) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 6.67% 4,800 13 5% 4% 5 (Shiny Rayquaza) Costume
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3.33% 8,812 11 14% 3% 5 Surprised


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