If you're expecting a lovely, flat, tidy, landscaped, organised zoo trail, this is not the zoo for you. It's wild, untamed, as much of a good walk as anything else, and full of as many lovely plants as animals. We loved it for its country charm. The staff are great, helpful and informative, and the zoo has an impressive array of species. Climb to the uppermost point of the zoo and you are rewarded with spectacular views which alone make it worth the trip. The talks and feeds were excellent, and it is obvious that the welfare of the animals is paramount, such an important factor. Definitely good value and excellent for kids (lots of play space!) and adults alike. Wear sensible footwear, and if your mobility is dodgy there will be some parts of the zoo which may be hard work for you. However, they've done their utmost, accessibilty-wise, they just can't help that their location is mountainous! Well worth a visit if you ate an animal lover.
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