IT'S ANIMAL MAGIC; Customer Training Consultant Ally McClymont, 42, and Her Husband Andy, 42, Took Twins Amelia and Zach, Eight, to Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire

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IT'S ANIMAL MAGIC; Customer Training Consultant Ally McClymont, 42, and Her Husband Andy, 42, Took Twins Amelia and Zach, Eight, to Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire


Q How did you get there and how long did it take? A We went by car and it took us approximately one and a half hours.

QWhat did you do there? AWe went through the safari section and saw the naughty monkeys, lions, tigers, giraffe, deer, wolves, meerkats and rhinos. We then visited Longleat s House, went through the bat cave, had a go at the simulators and saw a parrot show. Amelia and Zach also got to hold the snakes and we went on the Jungle Express train ride and visited the mirror maze and the adventure castle.

s were the highlights of the day for the children? QWhat A The monkeys because the children couldn't stop laughing when two very naughty monkeys were eating the aerial off the car in front of us. When the monkeys came onto our car they were peering upside down and looking through the windows.

were the highlights of the day for the adults? QWhat A Seeing the joy on Amelia's and Zach's faces throughout the day was enough for us and of course the monkeys.

age do you think this attraction would be ideal for? QWhat A Suitable for all ages, they cater for everyone, with a fabulous adventure castle which has different slides for different heights.

QHow much did you spend? A We spent about pounds 40 throughout the day, which included the children having a small gift from one of the shops QWould you go there again? A Yes, we would go there again to see the other new attractions opening soon.

is your final verdict of the day? QWhat AA very enjoyable and entertaining day out, at the same time our twins learnt a lot about the different animals. From this they were able to create a scrap book with pictures and facts from the day to take into school and show their teacher and class what they learnt on a family outing. It was a fabulous day out.

[bar] At the moment the Safari Park is open at weekends only, but from Saturday, April 2 it will be open daily until November 6. …

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