We are planning to open again on Monday 12th April 2021 in line with government guidelines. Therefore the following measures will initially be in place:
BEFORE YOUR VISIT
Limited numbers of visitors will be allowed on site so please make sure that you BOOK A DAY SLOT online before your visit >> HERE << to help us monitor the number of visitors.
ONE WAY SYSTEM
We now have ONE WAY SYSTEM around the park to help with social distancing.
Unfortunately this will greatly restrict access for wheelchair users. The park is set in a beautiful valley at the top of Combe Martin village and due to the natural terrain there are some fairly steep parts of the park that can’t be avoided while the one way system is in place and only the area between disabled car park & main gate is safe to use. For more info please click >> HERE <<
ANIMAL TALKS & EXPERIENCES
Unfortunately there are no animal talks, shows or encounters at the moment as our pathways are too narrow to ensure social distancing. However you will be able to access our exclusive video talks on our animals through your phone!
There are also no animal experiences currently available.
We anticipate that hopefully all animal talks, shows and animal experiences will be able to resume from 21st June 2021.
CATERING & RETAIL
The Jungle Hut Cafe has been transformed into a take away with covered seating outside. There are also other take away outlets available.
A spacious Retail Shop is now located in our Dinosaurus Playzone building.
Unfortunately the Dinosaurus Playzone itself is not allowed to open until the 17th May 2021.
Our Tropical House will have to remain closed until further notice.
WHAT ELSE ARE WE DOING?
Extra cleaning will be carried out throughout the day and additional hand sanitisers will be provided.
Protective screening & masks/visors will be provided for our staff.
There is also additional signage around the park reminding our visitors of the government guidelines.
Thank you for all your support in these unprecedented times and we really hope we can all get back to normal soon. The zoo is reliant on visitors to survive so thank you for visiting us!