Located in Hertfordshire, Paradise Wildlife Park is an amazing zoo and just a really fun day out as they have over 400 animals, a great range of monkeys and other primates, and all five Big Cats! So, its a great place to visit on its own, but if you want to ramp up the excitement levels and get really up close and personal with the resident animals, then they also offer a wide range of fantastically fun ‘Zoo Keeper for a Day’ experiences:
An amazing Wildlife Park Keeper experience for two people, at this leading wildlife park! With up close and personal animal encounters, lunch and refreshments included & awesome behind the scenes tours!
Paradise Wildlife Park is one of the UK’s best zoos, so its a great place to try out a ‘Zoo Keeper For a Day’ experience. This day out is guaranteed to bring a very wide smile to the face of any animal lover.
The fine print for this activity says, “the animals are likely to climb all over you”, how totally awesome is that?! You will also learn to care for gibbons, squirrel monkeys, marmosets, apes, lemurs & tamrins.
Paradise Wildlife Park is home to over 400 animals, and it is the only place in the UK to house all five big cats! They have farmyard animals, exotic tropical rainforest creatures, wolves, cats, reptiles, small mammals, African savannah land inhabitants and more. But the fun doesn’t stop with the animals!
It also houses adventure playgrounds, a Speedway museum, a farm yard for hands on experiences for all visitors, a mini-golfing area, a soft play area, train and tractor rides, other rides and slides, and a paddling pool lagoon for the kids to swim in. There are four dedicated eateries on site as well as in park kiosks, so refreshments are never far away. You can even eat whilst watching some of your favourite animals.
Paradise Wildlife Park is truly a wonderland of entertainment for the entire family. Not only that, it has developed a reputation for providing visitors with incredible animal encounter experiences.
The park is situated north of London in Hertfordshire, can be reached by car via the A10, M1,and A1 and is near the junction 25 of the M25.
If travelling via the A10 take the Broxbourne/Turnford exit signposted as A1170. If coming down on the M1, go to junction 6a and take the M25 left towards Dartford Crossing, until you reach junction 25. From the A1, travel down the A1(M) to junction 1 and take the M25 left towards Dartford Crossing.
From each of these points, the rest of the way will be signposted with the typical brown tourist signage.