Safe outdoor adventures this October half term at Knowsley Safari Park
There is much going on at Knowsley Safari this October half term and with the hospitality industry mark, ‘We’re Good to Go’, parents can be assured of a safe day out, with social distancing and enhanced hygiene measures, meaning families can focus on enjoying an exciting, full day out.
Discover the Safari Drive, covering five miles in more than 550 acres of park where lions, rhino, bison, moose, camels, rare deer – and more! – roam in the open space.
The Foot Safari is alive with autumn, where children and adults alike can come nose-to-nose with Amur Tiger sisters Sinda and Bira, before checking in on resident Iberian wolf cubs, under close surveillance by eight-year-old mother, Morena and ten-year-old father, Carlos.
The Flight of Talons bird of prey display is back too, allowing visitors to learn about a wide range of birds including eagles, vultures, owls and falcons as they swoop just inches from your head. You can also watch the vultures feeding and learn incredible facts about these endangered and underappreciated species.
More fun can be had on the rides and by taking a leisurely woodland stroll through the Wild Trail.
Have a real animal lover in the family? You might also want to book your child onto a Halloween Intrepid Explorer session, an exciting full day of fun for 8-10year olds with animal games, crafts and activities.
Your child will get the opportunity to make a Halloween treat for one of the Safari’s animals and then visit all the others on their memorable day of adventure.
Available Monday, October 26 to Sunday, November 1, limited to just 12 places per day. £30 per day for non-members; members £27.
Booking is essential. For further information and to reserve time slots and tickets please visit: www.knowsleysafariexperience.co.uk.