Free entry to a safari park for up to 5 people, and you get to do it in someone else's car! The deal is that you sign up (for free) to test-drive the new Hyundai i40 at a Safari Park. You get to the park yourself, they give you the car and free entry to the park, you drive around the park in the test drive car and visit it for free. Sounds like a great deal to me - if my kids weren't in Poland with my Mother in Law for the summer we'd be going :-). There are limited dates available, so sign up and good luck!
Details of the parks you can choose from:
Welcome to Woburn
17th - 23rd August
East African mountain bongos, Californian sea lions and Asian elephants are just a few of the exotic animals to be seen at one of Europe's largest and most diverse primate reserves - Woburn in Bedfordshire.
Woburn Safari Park
Get to know Knowsley
17th - 23rd August
As well as lions, tigers, hunting dogs, bison, wildebeest, camels and white rhinos, Knowsley also has a farm, a woodland walk, amusement rides and more - so it really is a full day out for all the family.
Knowsley Safari Park
Discover the wild West Midlands
& 30th August - 4th September
From a Bengal tiger reserve to an African lion reserve - there are no end of rare sights to be enjoyed at the West Midland Safari and Leisure Park. And if that isn't enough to keep the kids entertained, perhaps they can visit the fair which has 26 rides and attractions to enjoy.
West Midlands Safari Park
Retreat to Longleat
30th August - 4th September
Famous for its lions, Longleat was actually the first ever safari park outside Africa. Zebras, rhinos, wolves, an elephant (Anne) and now even a warthog are some of the other treats in store. Afterwards, why not try to get to the middle of the giant hedge maze, which can take from 20 to 90 minutes!
Longleat Safari & Adventure Park
Book into Blair Drummond
3 - 4th & 10th - 11th September
To experience all creatures large and small (from elephants, bears and bison to marmosets, lemurs and meerkats) Blair Drummond in Scotland is the perfect choice. And don't miss the 'bird of prey centre' where you can see peregrine falcons, buzzards, sea eagles and more.
Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park
Drivers must be at least 25 and have a full UK driving licence and the driver must bring their driving licence to the park.