Are you ready to go on Safari and get up close to incredible animals from around the world? 

SAFARI ETIQUETTE

We pride ourselves on being a safe, entertaining and memorable day out for all, and hope our guests enjoy our fantastic wildlife, exhibits and Theme Park.

Although rare, animals can carry infections that are harmful to humans. It is important that you wash your hands with soap and warm water after touching or feeding the animals and before you eat or drink. 

Safari Etiquette

We pride ourselves on being a safe, entertaining and memorable day out for all, and hope our guests enjoy our fantastic wildlife, exhibits and Theme Park.

Although rare, animals can carry infections that are harmful to humans. It is important that you wash your hands with soap and warm water after touching or feeding the animals and before you eat or drink.

Pregnant women and immuno-compromised individuals must ensure they wash their hands as a priority after they have touched or fed an animal.

Individuals who are immuno-compromised need to take necessary precautions to protect themselves from infection by:

• Avoiding direct or close contact with animals

• Thoroughly washing their hands with soap and warm running water after viewing or being in an animal environment.

There are three dedicated Wash Stations located in the walk-through area of the Park – outside the Information Kiosk, Lorikeet Landing and at the entrance to African Village.

Some animals may bite – please ensure you don’t feed the camel, zebra or Barbary sheep.

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AFRICAN PLAINS

Home to our herd of southern white rhino and one of the Park’s most popular sights and experiences – the elegant giraffe. Not to mention the well-known stripes of a zebra, prized Ankole cattle, ellipsen waterbuck, Congo buffalo, swamp-loving red lechwe and the eland, largest of all antelope species.

WILD ASIA

An area of contrasts, from the amazing armoured Indian rhino to the dainty blackbuck.
Not forgetting of course the worlds rarest deer, the Philippine spotted deer and the endangered barasingha!

CARNIVORES

An area of the Safari drive-through that is home to some of the world’s greatest hunters. From magnificent and powerful tigers, to the world’s fastest land mammal – the cheetah. As well as our pack of rare African painted dogs, and the king of the beasts – the African lion.

THE BORDERLANDS

Journey down into The Borderlands where you’ll find our Critically Endangered Bactrian camels. The majority of this species are now domesticated, and our group at the Park are important ambassadors for raising awareness of the plight of their wild cousins!

ELEPHANTS

See our fantastic and extremely clever African elephants as they explore their newly developed habitat. Watch Five, Latabe and young Sutton as they enjoy their new pool and surroundings.