Safari parks are a great way to watch and learn about animals in an environment similar to their natural habitat, and there are some great ones in the UK. Woburn Safari Park in Bedfordshire is a fantastic day out for animal lovers and family and friends. You are able to drive through the park, as you are with most safari parks, and enjoy close encounters with some of the world’s most spectacular and endangered animals, with the park boasting over 80 species. Woburn also has something extra to offer, if you need it, with an Abbey, Golf Course and Gardens. It is the ideal destination for a glorious summer day out. For a day packed with animal encounters and wonderful wildlife, why not visit Woburn. If you are thinking of heading to Bedfordshire to visit Woburn or just fancy a break we have B&B's, hotels, lodges & cottages here at Bluebells & Seashells. Woburn has a summer packed full of activities, so along with everything that they have to offer day to day they have even more happening in their diary in the coming months. www.woburn.co.uk.

Longleat Safari & Adventure Park, one of the UK's most famous safari parks is also another great family day out destination, again located in a beautiful part of the country so an ideal place to visit if you are based in one of our many B&B's, cottages, guest house or hotels in Wiltshire www.longleat.co.uk. Safari parks are a great alternative to visiting Zoo's, you are not only more likely to see much larger animals, frequently from Sub-Saharan Africa such as Giraffe, Lions, Rhinoceros, Elephants, Zebras and Antelope, but also safari parks are generally much larger than zoo's so are often considered much kinder to the animals in question. As with Woburn and Longleat safari parks often have other attractions attached to them, so there is so much more to offer which means that there will inevitably be something for everyone.

With Bluebells & Seashells which ever safari park you decide to visit we are sure to have the right accommodation in the area to turn your day trip into a weekend to remember.

 

List of Safari Parks through Great Britain:

 

England & Isle of Man

Blackpool Zoo in Lancashire

Curraghs Wildlife Park in Douglas (Isle of Man)

Harewood Bird Garden in Leeds, Yorkshire

Knowsley Safari Park in Merseyside

South Lakes Wild Animal Park in Dalton-in-Furness

Cotswold Wildlife Park in Oxfordshire

Island Farm Donkey Sanctuary in Oxfordshire

West Midlands Safari Park in Bewdley 

Mole Hall Wildilfe Park in Saffron Walden, Essex

Norfolk Wildlife Centre in Great Witchingham

Paradise Wildlife Park in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire

Shepreth Wildlife Park in Shepreth Royston, Herts

Africa Alive! in Kessingland, Suffolk

Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens in Great Yarmouth

Whipsnade Wild Animal Park in Bedfordshire

Woburn Safari Park in Milton Keynes, Bucks

Birdworld in Farnham, Surrey

Brambles Wildlife Park in Herne Common, Kent

Druidstone Wildlife Park in Canterbury, Kent

Howletts Wild Animal Park in Canterbury, Kent

Port Lympne Wildlife Park in Hythe, Kent 

Longleat Safari Park in Warminster, Wiltshire

Marwell Zoological Park in Winchester, Hampshire

Beale Park in Reading, Berkshire 

Bristol Zoo Gardens in Bristol

Wildlife Park at Cricket St Thomas in Somerset

Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park in Devon

Exmoor Zoological Park in Devon

Monkey Sanctuary in Looe, Cornwall

Monkey world, Dorset

 

Wales

Manor House Wildlife Park in Tenby, Dyfed

Welsh Hawking Ctr & Wildlife Park in West Glamorgan

 

Scotland

Argyll Wildlife Park in  Argyll

Blair Drummond Safari Park in Stirling 

Highland Wildlife Park in Kincraig

Kirkcudbright Wildlife Park in Kirkcudbrightshire

 

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