Paradise Wildlife Park (Hertfordshire) Reviews
Newest Review: ... on them, and answered questions. There are two meerkat enclosures, but we spent the most time at the one by the penguins, and you can see them quite well from the upper penguin viewing platform. Again there was someone having an encounter and feeding them, but no official talk. However as you are close to them we could hear what the keeper was saying to the lucky visitor. Apparently the meerkats only trusted the visitor as the keeper was with him, and they showed their trust by sitting in their food bowl whilst the visitor was holding it (he was sat on a rock) and by climbing on their keeper's shoulder and grooming his hair for potenti... more
Customer Paradise Wildlife Park (Hertfordshire) Reviews (10)
by - written on 02/03/12 (Very useful, 121 readings)
During one of the sunny weekends last year my friend and I decided to visit Paradise Wildlife Park which is near Broxbourne in Hertfordshire. The Park is situated just off the A10, not far from Junction 25 of the M25. It is clearly signposted with brown tourist signs from here so easy to reach if coming by car. They also offer a courtesy mini bus service from Broxbourne Rail Station. We came by car and drove straight in, paid and parked, and then wandered the park. We got a map as we arrived. It cost £16 per adult, and it is £11 for Pensioners and children, plus they do a variety of family tickets and discounts. The park seems to offer a kiddie play area as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/11 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Paradise Wildlife Park is a privately run zoo with huge play areas. It is located in Broxbourne, not too far from North London, and the park can easily be accessed from the A 10. Broxbourne also has a railway station and this is served by the park's own free shuttle bus. We didn't use this service so I can't tell you in which intervals the shuttle bus arrives at the station or if you have to call them from there to tell them that you wish to be picked up. If you are interested and want to find out more you better contact them directly. We arrived by car and found that the way to the park was well signed out. The parking area is located at the back of the park, a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/10 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I was lucky enough to receive a 'feed the tigers' voucher for Paradise Wildlife Park last October. We attended the park and were surprised but pleased to note how quiet it was, perhaps the advantage of going off peak, and avoiding school holidays. The park itself is wonderful and the interactive vibe does not just extend to guests who are lucky enough to receive an experience day. The animals look extremely happy and well-cared for and the staff were extremely knowledgeable. Feeding the tigers was absolutely incredible, and a 30th birthday present I will remember always. Stroking and feeding a 40-stone tiger is just a phenomenal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/09 (Useful, 90 readings)
Paradise Wildlife Park I Visited Paradise and had not been there for over 10 years, the changes and improvements that have been made amazed me, the animals look very heatly and seeing the passion between animals and there keepers was beautiful. every keeper i spoke to helped me or advised me on why animals were kept in certain enclosures, on first glance the cheeta looks in a very small enclosure but when asking a keeper i was informed it is proberly a bit too big, she keeps herself to herself, in the wild she would run to find her food and in captivity she dosent have to, the keepers have a trust with her and are able to go in and hand feed her, i think ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/09 (Very useful, 180 readings)
Paradise Wildlife Park is a good place to take the kids for a day out. Essentially it is a zoo. It has lions and tigers, camels and wallabies, alligators and lemurs, penguins and meerkats, snakes and parrots. The animals seem well looked after, and at the same time is it possible to get close enough to get a good look at them. Especially the jaguars and leopards - they are often asleep on a platform, and you can climb the stairs and stand right next to them (behind a lot of heavy duty wire, obviously). As well as the animals there are lots of playgrounds. There is a pirate-themed one with a boat, an adventure-style one aimed at slightly older ... Read the complete review
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