|The very tall giraffes, as you can see the enclosure was very open unlike many other zoo's that use high cage like fences.|
|Munching up there dinner, num num.|
|I'm sure this was a super sized guinea pig.......|
|The cutest lemurs I have ever seen.|
|The lemurs were free to roam about a special area of the park and visitors could walk around with them, they were tame enough to approach.|
|The wallabies again were roaming free and you could actually stroke and pet these animals, such a lovely experience.|
|Selfie please mummy.|
|Little spider monkey's, once again roaming free in a special South America area.|
|We were fortunate enough to have caught the lion feeding which gave us a great view of these huge cats.|
|This is Isabelle very excited about the firework display.|
|The firework's were a lovely finish to an amazing day.|
The park was different from any other zoo I have been to. Unlike many, animals were not enclosed in high fences and cages but rather free to roam around with visitors. There was not a huge selection of animals compared to say Chester Zoo but the ones they did have could be viewed clearly and even touched. On site there was an indoor soft play area, drop slide zone and outdoor adventure playground all were included in the price which was highly surprising. Due to the park being on the smaller side I would advice you take advantage of the many talks and feeding's the keeper's do, it is a great way to learn but ensures you have a day out rather than a few hours. While we were roaming there was plenty of places to rest and buy refreshments throughout the visit. Overall we had an extremely enjoyable trip that was well worth the money we paid even with the long distance travel.
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*this is my own personal thoughts and was not asked by the company to review, I am also not being sponsored in anyway*