If you are like me and looking in advance at thing to keep the kids entertained this Easter half term then this one’s for you. Howletts Wild Animal Park launched their new Howletts passport in January 2011 which offers 12months entry into the park.

With over double the visitors attending Howletts in February half term compared to last year this really is one of Kent’s great attractions. The passport cost £18.95 for adults and £14.95 for children and allows you to attend the park as many times as you like for the entire year.

Howletts has revealed a calendar of entertaining activities that will feature throughout the months. This will include March’s ‘The Circle of Life’, April’s ‘Easter Eggstravaganza’, May’s ‘Darling Buds of May’, June’s ‘Animal Detective’s’, July’s ‘Howletts Worldwide’, August’s ‘Ape Month’, September’s ‘Go Native!’, October’s ‘Orange Uproar’, November’s ‘Evolutionary Challenge’ and December’s ‘Advent Animals’.

This day out in KentHowletts Passport will then have parents covered when it comes to affordable trips during school holidays. Visit the Wild Animal Park to see some of the most beautiful animals in the world including, tigers, gorillas and the largest herd of African elephants in the UK. Howletts is sister park to Port Lympne who are both managed by the Aspinall Foundation, a conservation charity endeavouring to protect endangered species.