From the tallest to the shortest mammals, we take care of a whole variety of animals at our Safari park, and beyond. So, aside from paying us a visit, what can you do towards conservation of our beloved animals? Our Animal Adoption packs are the answer.

If you’re looking for the perfect gift for an animal lover, our animal adoption packs are just £45 and are great for any occasion. It doesn’t matter if you come to the Safari regularly or you just want to contribute towards the conservation of our magnificent animals, every adoption pack makes a huge difference.

 We have a number of conservation projects in the UK and overseas. So, half of every adoption purchase helps to fund the important work being done to protect endangered species. Not only will you be gifting someone an adoption pack dedicated to their favourite animal, but you will also be contributing to animal conservation around the world. And, for that, we couldn’t be more grateful.


How much is an animal adoption pack?

Each pack is £45


What does each animal adoption pack include?

1 Free Admission Ticket

1 plush animal

A personal adoption certificate

An animal fact sheet

A behaviour change challenge booklet


Want to give a little more? Choose from these fantastic extras 

Make your adoption even more amazing by selecting one of the following add-ons when you make your purchase:

Make an additional contribution to a conservation project

Donate towards an enrichment device for your chosen animal

What Species?

We have 6 different animals that you can adopt.

Our adoptions support conservation around the world

We support conservation projects all over the world to secure the future of endangered wildlife and their habitats.


Working with Wildlife Alliance in Cambodia on a project to reintroduce Elds deer to the wild.


Bactrian camels are on of the most critically endangered animals in the world. We assist the Wild Camel Protection Foundation on the ground in Mongolia.

West Africa

Supporting a project monitoring Western Derby Eland; the worlds largest and one of the most endangered antelope.


Contributing towards conservation in the Far-East of Russia, working to save the Amur tiger.

United Kingdom

We work on several programmes of native wildlife monitoring from bees, bats, small mammals and birds.

Behaviour Change Challenge

If you are wondering what our Behaviour Change Challenge might involve, don’t worry, it’s nothing too scary! We want to encourage as many of our supporters to start thinking about how small changes in everyday life can have a positive impact on animals in the wild, as well as the natural environment as a whole. Look out for behaviour change pledge ideas around the park and on our Facebook page to learn more about what you can do every day to make a real change!

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