Spend a thrilling day out in Kent at Howletts Wild Animal Park - a 90 acre adventure in beautiful ancient parkland.
What will you see?
There'll be surprises around every corner on your journey of discovery including close encounters at the glass fronted tiger
enclosures, gorillas, clouded leopards, monkeys, tapirs, Iberian wolves, macaques, rhinos and many other rare and endangered
species from around the world.
Don't miss the Black Rhino breeding sanctuary, the UK's largest herd of African elephants and Walking With Lemurs - walk alongside
and below our free roaming family of amazingly agile and lively Lemurs!
About Howletts & Port Lympne
Howletts & Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks were set up by the late John Aspinall with the aim of protecting and breeding rare
and endangered species and returning to safe areas in their native homeland. World leaders in conservation the Parks have
so far returned to the wild Przewalski's horses, black rhino, Sumatran rhino, Cape buffalo, ocelots, pythons and gorillas.