Woburn Safari Park

Woburn Safari Park,located at Woburn Park, Bedfordshire, MK17 9QN, is a great place for the whole family to have an outing. The children would enjoy watching the exotic animals and they get a wonderful chance to learn by merely watching these animals, than any books can teach them

It is one of the biggest safari parks in the UK. There are many activities for the kids to do here. This is not only for the kids, but elders who love animals would also enjoy a visit here.

This Safari Park is set on a beautiful country side. In a car safari, you can get close to the zoo animals like lions,tigers, giraffe, monkeys, bears, rhinos, zebras, and bear etc. and click their photos. The drive can take anywhere between one to one and a half hours. Don't miss the walking safari, which is also equally enjoyable. You can see the boating lake and the mini train. Though the train is not much attracting for the elders, the kids would enjoy it.

The main plus point is you can drive around as many times as you want, provided you have time. If you plan your visit to this Safari Park in a bright day before lunch you can see feeding the animals also. Some of the animals will sleep after the food.

For the kids, it would be hilarious to watch the monkeys climbing on the cars, and the zebras lazing around. They are likely to enjoy stroking an animal like elephant or lemur.

There is a mess where fresh cooked food is available. Some people bring their own food and have it there like a picnic.

If you love visiting zoos please visit Colchester Zoo 

Return from Woburn Safari Park to London


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