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Port Lympne Wildlife Park 17-04-2012
Image by Karen Roe
Nestled in 600 acres of Kentish countryside and housing over 650 rare and endangered animals, Port Lympne Wild Animal Park boasts some of the most spectacular views on the South coast making the experience a great day out in Kent for everyone.
A stunning vista awaits you offering panoramic views across the famous Romney Marsh to the English Channel and even the French coastline on clear days.
As well as the scenery, you'll see indigenous wildlife as you stroll through the park along the cool, shady woodland walks. Port Lympne Wild Animal Park offers something for every visitor from scenery to endangered animals!
Fortify yourself for the journey ahead at the café or jump straight aboard your safari vehicle truck ready to embark on your Port Lympne safari experience! Soon you will be journeying into the heart of a world renowned wild animal park, getting up close and personal with the most amazing wildlife on our planet and learning about the vital work going on at Port Lympne and in their homelands to save them from extinction. Keep your eyes open as you set off into the heart of our wild animal park - with over 70 species cared for right here by The Aspinall Foundation, what will you see today?
The African Experience
Traverse the stunning Kent countryside and prepare yourself to encounter free roaming herds of the planet's most iconic wildlife as you enter the African Experience. Take a break at Serengeti stop and refresh yourself after the first leg of the expedition. Rejuvenate at the café while enjoying breathtaking views over our African watering-hole and the English Channel towards France. Are you brave enough to enter the Discovery zone? Find spiders, snakes and other creepy crawlies....If you dare! Don't forget to check out the mischievous meerkats before jumping back aboard a truck continuing your journey through the open countryside where you can try to spot black rhino, giraffe, wildebeest, ostrich and more.