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Paradise Wildlife Park

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Paradise Wildlife Park

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pumpkinqueen2018 wrote a review Oct 15
4 contributions1 helpful vote
My husband and I took part in the red panda experience yesterday and it was magical. Our guide, Clare, did an excellent job telling us all about red pandas in the wild as well as the history of their cheeky pair. I got to feed their female, Tilly, who managed to steal my heart as well as gently take chunks of apple from me. They put on quite a show for us, running around the enclosure, up and down the tree and even between my feet at one point. Would do it again in a heartbeat. Highly recommended. Rest of the park is lovely too, great place to bring kids and the animals look well cared for. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Claudia May wrote a review Oct 7
Birmingham, United Kingdom222 contributions18 helpful votes
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We had the best day at Paradise park getting to meet Nam Pang and Tilly the red pandas. We originally was meant to do this experience in April but due to covid it was cancelled but luckily we was able to reschedule for a date we wanted for The staff were great and really helpful. Feeding the pandas was an experience I will never forget. The weather was great too There isn’t as much animals here as you’d expect in a zoo but it is still a great place. The food vendors here are extremely expensive so if you’re going I’d recommend to bring food already
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Date of experience: September 2020
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jazzyjayne18 wrote a review Oct 7
Maidstone, United Kingdom31 contributions13 helpful votes
have allways been a fan of the park, was members before me moved from kent to yorkshire, so was a place we visited a lot, had done things like tiger breakfast, photography day there. i know times are hard at the moment due to covid, understand that. but a bit disapointed with the park at the moment. my partner had free tickets for a photo in 2020 calender, was planning to visit on a trip down south but they expired at the end of august, and the park will not extend them... seeing as we have been in lockdown due to covid, seems a bit unfair, but hey ho obviously they dont want the money we would of spent during our visit....its not about the money we would of paid to visit, more about the customer service from the park, if it had been a normal year and they expired.. would of been our fault, but covid took time of those tickets due to the park being shut
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from Paradise_Wildlife, Manager at Paradise Wildlife Park
Responded 2 weeks ago
Hi there, We are sorry you feel that our customer service was unsatisfactory. We did offer to extend your tickets so that you would be allowed to visit us at the park, and we do hope that you decide to swing by sometime soon.
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Eatonphotography2019 wrote a review Oct 6
78 contributions39 helpful votes
Had a great day at the paradise yesterday. The one-way system worked well and there was a lot of hand sanitizer around the park and a lot of signs to tell you to keep your distance and it was not crowded. It was good to see all the staff wearing face masks, to protect the animals. Shame most of the other visitors were not and some broke social distancing, but the park cannot stop that (That’s just people unfortunately). It is great to see that the paradise is updating and changing enclosures to make them better for the animals. (I have seen some comments by other people saying the enclosure are too small, which is wrong, but I have been to 43 zoo’s around the UK and paradise is one of the better ones for animals). The new tiger enclosure is brilliant, giving them lots of room. I am looking forward to seeing the new sun bear enclosure when it is completed. The glass windows on the enclosures made it good for taking photos and because it was not crowded it was quiet, so more animals were out. The food and drink are good prices, and the entrance price is good, compared to other zoo’s. Would highly recommended going to paradise.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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southwell84 wrote a review Oct 4
London, United Kingdom7 contributions
I genuinely thought this place was superb. Despite it raining heavily, nothing could dampen the fun for my two and three year olds. As dinosaur lovers they were completely in awe of the dinosaur world. A fantastic range of dinosaurs and they are brilliant, fantastic sounds and movements make them feel eerily real. Amazing array of animals and friendly staff and all at a sensible price. Thank you for a lovely and memorable day and we will without the doubt be back hopefully when the sun is out.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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