Isle Of Wight Zoo, United Kingdom

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reasonable price, pay £1 to go bk within 7 days, g...

bit run-down, could do with improving a little

= = = = = = = = About the Zoo = = = = = = = = The Isle of Wight Zoo is a family-run zoo with a special interest in tigers and lemurs. The zoo was built within the ruins of a Victorian Fort built to guard Sandown's coast, which means they face one of the Isle of Wight's nicest beaches. Once upon a...

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Loads of Big Cats and Lemurs.

Animals in enclosures.

I’ve been on safari and it was a brilliantly, wonderful experience. To see a lion in its natural habitat (well as natural as you can get surrounded by 20 Nissan Minibuses) is amazing. To follow a mother Cheetah as she hunts down an Impala (antelope) for her cubs to eat was an awesome experience...

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“It's a sanctuary, not a zoo!”

published 31/10/2009

Lots of big cats and educational

You assume there are more animals calling it a "zo...

I have just been to the Isle of Wight and as it was October and sunbathing wasn't an option I decided to make the most of nature and wildlife both native and imported. Location: ~~~~~~~~~~~ The Isle of Wight Zoo also known as the Tiger Sanctuary is located on Sandown front, it is accessible from...

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“Tiger Island Needs a Revamp”

published 17/07/2008

Inexpensive. Can see lots of big cats up close.

Needs A LOT of work. Doesn't take long to see the ...

I visited the Isle of Wight Zoo in June 2008 during a day trip to the island. We were camping in the New Forest and decided to hop over the channel to visit the zoo after picking up a brochure and discovering that the zoo was home to 'ITV's Tiger Island'. The Isle of Wight Zoo is situated in...

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“Tiger Island”

published 04/01/2009

Recently Upgraded

animals in cages

Isle of Wight Zoo.... The Isle of Wight Zoo is open throughout the months of March to October. There is a charge of around £5 to enter the Zoo but you can spend as long as you want looking round the grounds. The Zoo has just had a re-vamp and is looking far better than it did a few years ago...

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“You call this a zoo?”

published 19/08/2005

different animals from some zoos

terrible living conditions, small cages, lack of a...

I have just recently returned from a week long stay at the Isle of Wight. And I must say, it was brilliant. really peacefull and quiet in the evenings but loads t o do in the day, I would recomend it to anyone. But any way, back on topic. Before we left fro the Isle every body was always telling...

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