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The small zoo making a big difference! Set in an acre of woodland garden above the attractive coastal village of Shaldon, we look after, and help preserve, some of the rarest and most endangered animals in the world.
All reviewsendangered speciessmall animalsnocturnal housemeerkat experiencelovely little placenew arrivalslovely enclosuresworth a visitreally enjoyed our visitslow loriscar parklarger zoospublic toiletscouple of hourswalk aroundstaff were friendlyfantastic zoo
Lovely little zoo of mainly small primates. Animals seemed as curious about us as we were about them and obligingly came into view. Good paths around but some steps and slopes that you are warned baout on entry. friendly staff
This little hidden zoo is a lovely way to spend an hour or so away from the noise of the nearby beaches. Follow a wooden walkway through the trees to discover various types of lemur, primates, birds and a cat (a shy margay who we...More
Diidnt know what to expect and was pleasantly impressed. The animals looked really heathy and happy with the surrounding. The cleanliness was excellent and and the whole experience was informative.
The team looked happy and certainly cared for there animals
This zoo, while quite small, is constantly evolving and houses many interesting creatures that make it fascinating for adults and children.
The pathways between and around the enclosures and the viewing windows into the sleeping areas make the tour easy and interesting.
Car parking is...More
Took my grandchildren to visit this little zoo.
We all loved it. Although its small its laid out really well and the animals are all happy and moving around a lot in spacious enclosures
The entry price reflects the size of the zoo and length...More
This is a great little zoo, helping with breeding programmes for endangered animals. I really loved the setting - with in the woods and natural landscape of the surroundings. Very good guides to their residents. Good gift shop too. It could be improved by being...More
We loved the peacefulness of this small but perfect collection of animals. It cost around £8 to get in, but it was fun to have space around us and relative peace to take in the animals and their surroundings. One keeper told us all about...More
We visited with 3 children age 11,9&8 and had a great time, really friendly and informative staff and lovely little place to visit.
The kids enjoyed doing the work books and find the stamps too!
Staff were also really well informed on the area and...More