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Visited today and how wonderful it was. It's not huge, but incredibly well set out! Speak to the staff, they are so knowledgable and friendly.
We were lucky enough to have a Tiger tour. It was very interesting to hear their the plans for the...More
This place is fantastic. The site is not huge on the scale of port Lympne or Howletts but then again it is mot a zoo so maybe a direct comparison is unfair, so much has been fitted into the space without it feeling cramped at...More
What a superb place.
Both the landscaped surroundings,and animals are so well cared for and look genuinely happy.
Staff are superb, a girl keeper even got out the Binturong (pop) when out daughter said she had fallen in love with it.
We will be back...More
We visiting the rare species conservation centre today after camping in sandwich and looking up things to do. This is a delightful centre. Still being built , so you get a discount on the very reasonable entry fee. The landscaping is really lovely and the...More
By no means a huge place, or anywhere near as commercial as some of the other animal parks in Kent, but definitely a real surprise. A tiny, well-maintained zoo with a great range of animals, all extremely well looked-after and cared for. Still being developed...More
Drive past nearby Wingham on a summer’s day and you will see 200 or more cars in their car park. Here we counted around half a dozen. At the southern end of Sandwich, the Rare Species Conservation Centre is easy to miss. It used to...More
I stumbled across this place whilst reading up on zoos in the UK - not that you can really call this a zoo and it certainly wouldn't be classed as a 'tourist attraction' and thank goodness for that. It's a catch 22 situation really, what...More