Port Lympne AmbamThe local wild animal park down the road, in Hythe is investing £1 million into their African Safari. I am so excited to take the kids down to Port Lympne to experience an African Safari in the Easter holidays.

They have just started construction to enlarge the safari park from 100 acres to 500 acres. Unfortunately it won’t quite be ready for this half term, but it will be interesting to go now and see the transformation.

The children are so excited to go and see the famous walking silverback that they can’t wait until Easter. Apparently there will be trucks and land rovers to take you around like you are on a real safari.

It will be a great family day out for us all, just hope the weather might resemble the African climate.