Visited in 1/2 term expecting it to be busy and it wasn't that bad. Purchased the all inclusive ticket online which was good value for money. Arrived this was swift and efficient at the front desk, went round the safari park, took nearly 2 hours to get round, kids loved feeding the giraffes and deer by hand and we thought the food was a reasonable price(£3). We saw all the animals, none were hiding as is often the case. My 2 teenagers laughed their socks off at the hairball vomiting big cat, and weeing tigers. After the 2 hour safari we decided to eat the rush and eat in the restaurant seriously if you are expecting a la carte or high quality pub grub then you are deluded. The food 2 veg lasagnes and chips a burger and chips and sausage and chips, was fine and just as I had expected it to be with drinks cost £35 for all 4 of us. Staff here were pleasant, chatty and not rude. Next we went round the small animals and spent ages here, we loved the meerkat's particularly the babies, and my daughter fell in love with Lemur's where they roam free and often walk right up to you. After this we visited the fairground attractions, we had a wristband(which I would advise or could be costly). We spent hours here, the kids getting on all the rides at least twice with nothing closed, nothing breaking down unlike places like Alton towers were nothing works. We left at closing time having spent in total just around £100 for the day not including petrol with 2 very entertained teens who couldn't fault it. It's something you have to go and do as I'm sure it's a different experience for everybody.
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