Port Lympne Wild Animal Park
The animal collection at Port Lympne is some of the rarest and most endangered creatures on the planet
Animals like the Barbary lion (extinct in the wild), the African Golden cat, Swamp Deer, Siberian tigers, Indiuan elephants, Malayan tapirs, lowland gorillas, and black rhinos. The animals are treated as friends. They are pampered, their food is the finest quality, the most varied, and without a doubt the most expensive in the world. And the emphasis is upon keeping animales in large numbers, as many as possible of each species, with as much space as possible.
The animals at Port Lympne are vigorous, healthy, and every species has either bred here or can confidently be expected to breed here soon.
Howletts Wild Animal Park
Set in 90 acres of beautiful ancient parkland, Howletts has been described as one of the best animal parks in the world.
Howletts is home to the largest family group of gorillas in captivity in the world and has nursery for the hand reared gorillas. Besides these gorillas Howletts also houses Siberian and Indian tigers, clouded leopards, rare langurs, Brazilian Tapirs, European Bison, Bongo, Dhole and many more rare and endangered animals.
The animals are treated as friends. They are pampered, their food is the finest quality, the most varied, and without a doubt the most expensive in the world. And the emphasis is upon keeping animals in large numbers, as many as possible of each species, with as much space as possible.
For more information on Howletts & Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks, its opening times and directions please visit: www.howletts.net
Wingham Wildlife Park
The park is set in open countryside just off the A257 Canterbury - Sandwich road.
You are being offered a fantastic collection of mammals, birds, reptiles, insects and creatures too numerous to list. The ethos of the Park is to allow visitors as close a contact with the wildlife as possible.
For more information about the Wingham Wildlife park, the opening times and directions please visit: www.winghamwildlifepark.co.uk
This Wildlife Park stores more than 300 animals from over 50 species set in 40 acres of Kentish woodland.
Some of the ongoing projects of this park are restoring sand lizards in Kent and bringing the European Beaver back to Britain. Situated close to Canterbury, just off the A291 near Hearne Bay in Kent.
For more information regarding the park, opening times and its location please visit: www.wildwoodtrust.org
No ordinary zoo
With over 60 animal attractions to enjoy, Drusillas brings you face to face with nature as never before. So whether you want to be mates with a Meerkat, say hi to a Lemur or come close to a Coati, making friends is just part of the fun at Drusillas.
Interaction and involvement are key ingredients of a day out at Drusillas.
You could… Put on your war-paint, make new fur-friends in Pet world or even test your prowess in the Park’s Zoolympics but it doesn’t matter which one you choose… joining in is just part of the fun at Drusillas.
With possibilities to play away the day in the outdoor play land, the indoor play barn or the jungle adventure golf course Drusillas is the place to go for people of every age is. With shops, a restaurant and a mini train it is no surprise to hear that Drusillas Park is known as the best small zoo in Britain.
For more information regarding the park, the location and its opening times please visit: www.drusillas.co.uk