Passport to the world’s wildlife Families can Travel the World in a day this summer at ZSL London Zoo
Visitors are invited to pack their sunscreen for a trek across the globe this summer – with the launch of Travel the World at ZSL London Zoo, where staycationers can
While international travel may remain tricky this summer, visitors to London’s zoo can instead take a
Until Tuesday 31 August, intrepid explorers can check in at the on-site ‘Travel Agency’ to plan their trip, before being issued with a special London Zoo ‘passport’
Explore the sights and sounds of a traditional Indian high street and train station, encountering a pride of Endangered Asiatic lions in Land of the Lions – before trying your hand at traditional Rangoli art at one of our Wild Workshops.
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Head Into Africa where safari guides will introduce you to pygmy hippos, giraffes and the elusive okapi, then pass a waterfall on your way to Rainforest Life, where you’ll find South American tamanduas, two-toed sloths and golden-headed lion tamarin monkeys.
Take a rest under the ocean at the Zoo’s Sensory Station, filled with the soothing sights and sounds of a peaceful underwater world – before being mesmerised by the new coral aquarium in Tiny Giants, where blue tangs and clownfish swim amongst colourful corals.
Feeding time is also set to be a global affair at the Zoo this summer, with new pop ups offering tourists a taste of the world – enjoy authentic BBQ from South America, ‘Cat’su curry from East Asia, and delicately spiced Indian tapas.
A great value day out, Travel the World at ZSL London Zoo is the perfect alternative to an overseas trip this year, and is free with Zoo entry – book your summer tickets now at www.zsl.org