Our First Family Day Out At Paradise Wildlife Park

I’ve mentioned before that I am currently an ambassador for Paradise Wildlife Park – I have been gifted with an annual pass for myself and my family so we can enjoy what Paradise has to offer throughout the year. We’ve visited a few times since my ambassadorship started – just before Halloween and we also visited at Christmas time to meet Santa which I shared on social media.

A couple of weeks ago, we decided to take our first proper family day out and we decided to visit Paradise. Based in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, it is just under a 40 minute drive from our house so makes for the perfect escape when we are getting a little cooped up in the house. After a few weeks of me barely venturing outside, I couldn’t wait to get walking round the park and seeing all the animals.

Due to it being out of season, some of the kiosks weren’t open – and because of the avian flu, there were no bird shows – but this didn’t detract from our day at all. We still loved seeing all the animals; even the birds through their protective cover; and taking a look at all the fun things the park had to offer. We actually chose the day that it snowed a little so it was bitterly cold and quite deserted at the park – it was actually quite nice to be able to see the animals and attend animal talks such as the red panda talk without having to battle through loads of people.

Since we last visited, the penguin enclosure has now been opened and Jack really enjoyed seeing them. It was so nice to finally see the area in action that we have seen being created for months now. Jack enjoyed finding out that he was as tall as an Emperor penguin!

Some of the animals chose to hide inside due to the weather and I don’t blame them, it was probably a lot warmer and a lot more comfy than the bitter wind – but we enjoyed the animals we did get to see and Olivia even enjoyed herself, listening to the sounds of the animals and cooing away – when she wasn’t fast asleep from all the pushing, that is!

I can’t wait until Olivia is a little more alert and can really enjoy visiting the park like we do, its such a great place to visit. I’m definitely going to be visiting in Easter – if you’re local, why not pop down too?

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