Adopt an Animal From Port Lympne Wild Animal Park

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adopt an animalMy partner took me to Howletts Wild Animal Park on our First Date and ever since then we visit both Howletts and Port Lymone at least once a year to remember the occasion and visit our favourite animals. To mark the occasion we decided to each adopt an animal as anniversary gifts to each other as the parks and animal mean so much to our partnership.

Adopt an Animal

I went for the adopt a meerkat option because they are so cute and he went for the adopt a tiger option to probably state his manliness. Whilst giving us something to remember we are also helping the Aspinall Foundation charity look after these animals and aid their overseas conservation projects.

You can adopt an animal for just £3 a month, every little helps, we barely notice the money is missing and yet we are helping. We received adoption packs for our meerkat and tiger and we even have them as our PC wallpapers. We enjoy visiting the parks and try to spot the animals that we have adopted.

I’m starting to go adopt an animal mad as I think it is a great gift for someone, especially now when a lot of people have everything. My friends and family have most of the things they need so I think adopting an animal is a thoughtful gift, I try to think of animals they would be most like…could get me into trouble if I adopted an elephant for my Mum.

Port Lympne – A Great Day Out in Kent

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I’m looking forward to taking my nephew to Port Lympne wild animal park during the school holidays as I’ve heard it’s a great day out in Kent. I’ve had a look at their website and twelve baby blue wildebeest were born last month so I hope we get to see them.

I bought one of those Port Lympne passports last time I went so we can visit the park for a whole year without it costing any extra. The safari park experience is definitely one of my favourite parts of the day as you jump on board a safari truck. From the top of the park it is like a real life version of a scene for The Lion King.

I think it’s great that Port Lympne wild animal park has introduced the new safari park experience as I think it will be great for my nephew to see these animals in a somewhat natural setting. It will also be a great learning experience for him too as they have some great areas to learn about the conservation projects. A sneaky way to teach him something during the school holidays.

Visit Port Lympne Safari Park this Summer

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If you haven’t been to Port Lympne’s new safari park I suggest you get it booked in the diary to take the kids during the summer holidays and visit the baby meerkats while they are babies. It is great to see the wild animals actually in the ‘wild’ with plenty of space to run around.

The wild animal park has recently greeted adorable meerkat kittens who have been let out into the open, two months after their birth. The three infants are now exploring their surroundings.

The great thing about Port Lympne is that you can purchase a Port Lympne passport which gives you admittance for a whole year. It is a perfect day out in Kent for the whole family. You can even adopt an animal while you are there or after your trip, this includes the adorable meerkats.