We visited the park on a busy Saturday.The first tip I would give you is to do the Safari drive late on if you visit on a busy day.We did the drive firstly at 10.15am and it took three hours but we did it again at 4.00pm and it only took 45 mins and we got to view the animals better at that time as well. The Safari drive itself is pretty good - some of the animals are enclosed as some reviews suggest but many are not. We had Lions, Rhinos , Zebra and Camels walk right past our car and we had great fun feeding the large antelope through the car window ( animal feed is available at the entrance and is well worth buying a box).Away from the drive the rest of the animal exhibits are pretty good - the lemur walk and meerkat manor are worth a visit and the sea lion show is okay. The amusement rides are so so. Older kids and adults won't be that impressed. - wristbands are the cheapest option as buying tickets is a rip off. The foods not cheap but its about in line for most theme park food with regard to both price and quality. All in all its a good day out for the family and the moneys about right. You also get a free ticket for a return visit which is quite a good deal.
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