The best in family day out in Wales by a country mile. I am an animal lover and to see endangered ones close up is the best, and the enclosures are huge, there are big walkthroughs and my grandkids adore feeding the wallabies and seeing the monkeys up their island trees.
I remember what this park was like before Anna Ryder Richardson took over and it was sad and horrible. The whole hardworking lot of them have turned this into the best day out if you are interested in Wildlife.
The season ticket is a great bargain - you just pay twice and then get in free all year. No rip-off extras and there's loads for kids, my grandkids love the trikes.
I just saw the first review which is rubbish. And the photo is of somehwere else too!!!!!!! There are THREE rhinos. Steve the monkey is our favourite though, Anna rescued him. Everyone should go, the real tea is the best.
Unless you are mad about wallabies don't pay the extortionate entry price. We walked for ages in drizzle following signs to the rhino enclosure only to find that Anna Ryder-Richardson hoped to go and get some rhinos sometime in the future. The 'valley of the primates' houses two gibbons and a few lemurs' -- a few more lemurs can be seen in the 'lemur walk-through'. The best thing we saw was a family of small pigs.