Advantages Fun Day Out
Disadvantages Can be expensive without the clubcard vouchers.
The kids are on school half term holidays, so I thought it would be a good time to go to the West Midlands Safari Park, even though it has been my experience in the past that during weekends and school holidays the place is crowded to say the least. I was happy to have some Clubcard vouchers to cover the cost of entry into the park. Entry to the park used to be covered by the "days out" vouchers, but now clubcard do specific vouchers for the Safari Park.
The safari route is really interesting and has a good variety of animals along the 4 mile route. The kids really loved feeding the deer, and it was hillarious when a giraffe put his head in the window to see if we had any food! The white lions are beautiful, and there are many other animals en route that are endangered in the wild, such as the wild dogs. The park is working hard to help ensure the survival of these species. Currently, the park is also doing its part to help save the British snake species, the adder, by a captive breeding programme. Most of the animals had lots of space, but I did feel a bit sorry for others, who didn't seem to have a lot of room at all, such as the elephants and white tigers, who were restricted to a small area of grass by means of electric fences. A relatively new attraction was the Indian armoured rhino, which also seemed to have little space to roam about.
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