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Have you completed your winter safari experience?

Posted by: Jenny Middleton
Posted on: 30 Nov 2017
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Animals, christmas, foot safari, winter

We’ve put together a list of 5 things we think make for the ultimate winter safari experience.

Have you tried all 5?

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5. Snow Globe Glory

Now we know snow can be a rare occurrence here in Merseyside. So we’ve brought a little magic to Knowsley with our very own giant snowglobe. Step inside and pretend to be at the North Pole, have a play with the articial snow. With Santa just around the corner, there’s certainly some magic in the air!

Don’t forget to grab your family photo!

 

4. Making gingerbread dreams

Winter means the safari is full of wooly hats, happy faces and the smells of Christmas. How better to celebrate than with some extra special Christmas gingerbread cookies!

Pick up your own festive treats at the Oasis Restaurant and coffee shop!

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3. Mud rolling galore

There’s one thing our rhino, tapir and hogs all have in common. They love rolling in the mud! Winter in Merseyside means there’s plenty of puddles for your little monkeys and our big animals to play in.

Don’t forget you can adventure around the safari drive as many times as you like for just £15 per car!

 

2. Wild hot chocolate

Where else can you enjoy a steaming hot chocolate, with a giraffe peeking over your shoulder? Here at Knowsley Safari you can grab a delicious hot chocolate and take a stroll around our foot safari, including getting face to face with our tallest member, the giraffe!

Our foot safari is free to enter all winter!

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1. Meeting Santa!

How could we forget that all important trip to Santa. See the big man himself right here on our foot safari and experience the magical world inside our Christmas Grotto. Find us at the coffee shop!

Book your meeting with Santa on the day of your visit.

 

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Jenny Middleton

Article by: Jenny Middleton

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