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Port Lympne Safari Park

Aldington Road, Lympne

Safari Experience and Digital Adoption Pack for Two or Four at Port Lympne Safari Park (Up to 30% Off)

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Duos can visit this 600-acre wildlife park with over 900 animals from 75 species including gorillas, giraffes, monkeys and tigers

About This Deal

  • What’s included:
    • Safari experience and entry to Port Lympne Safari Park for two or four
    • One digital adoption pack for an animal of the customers choice - instant digital adoption pack and receive an adoption certificate, photocard and fact sheet about your chosen animal straight to your inbox.
  • Must be 18 or older unless accompanied by an adult
  • Recommended time in Safari park is 4-5 hours
  • The offer includes One Aspinall Foundation animal adoption that you can choose from the below link:

Fine Print

Booking required at least 48 hours in advance, please email; provide your name, the time and date you want to use the experience, choice of adoption pack and send the security code located on the voucher. Expires 31 Dec 2022. Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Once you are booked in we will send you your booking confirmation which you will need to bring on the day. 24-hour cancellation policy. For enquires, please call 01303234184. Must be 18 or older unless accompanied by an adult. Digital pack available as a PDF. Valid Mon-Sun 10am-4.15pm. Recommended time in Safari park is 4-5 hours. Valid for option purchased only. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.

About The Aspinall Foundation

The Aspinall Foundation helps to protect endangered animals around the world, with projects in Congo, Gabon, Java, Madagascar and South Africa. Working in conjunction with Howletts and Port Lympne, we have rewilded 100’s of animals including over 70 gorillas and 200 primates. Your purchase goes towards this work and helps us continue this crucial conservation work