Meerkat Encounter For 2 - £49 @ Activity Superstore
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Meerkat Encounter For 2 - £49 @ Activity Superstore

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Edited by:"DealsIUsed"Found 10th Dec 2017
Hey Guys;

Bit of an odd present to get someone and is certainly an interesting gift. Get a day out to see and engage with some Meerkats (plus feeding) at the zoo. Not exactly a Christmas(y) gift but is certainly a fun experience to have with either your kids or your SO.
The voucher also allows you to visit the rest of the zoo in selected locations (can't say where). So, if you're stuck on ideas on what to get this Christmas, maybe try and have a day out instead? Besides, who doesn't love Meerkats?!

Have fun guys! =D

Key Information On Website:

When can you go?This experience is available Monday to Sunday, Throughout the year, subject to availability. You must take your experience before the expiry date.

How long does this activity last?The experience will last between 20 to 60 minutes, depending on the location.

You need to knowMinimum age varies depending on your chosen location, under 16s need to be accompanied by an adult.

We recommend that you wear trousers, enclosed footwear and clothes that you don't mind getting dirty!

This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.

You and how many others?This experience is for two people, there may be other people on the day.

Family and friends This experience is suitable for spectators, they will need to pay the small admission fee on the day.

Locations:

8 Comments

This was much cheaper on buyagift.com I picked this up for £38. They seem to have a lot of discount codes so worth checking

Inceywincey1857 m ago

This was much cheaper on buyagift.com I picked this up for £38. They seem …This was much cheaper on buyagift.com I picked this up for £38. They seem to have a lot of discount codes so worth checking


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zoos are an abomination

teame.trevski51 m ago

zoos are an abomination


I'm not going to argue about this, but you must remember that the majority of animals in zoos have been bred in captivity, and if released it the wild, they would not survive very long. Added to this is the fact that many animals would have gone into extinction without the help of zoos. Zoos are more than a display of wild animals, for they have moved on from being attractions to research facilities and the protection of endangered species. I don't like to see animals in cages either, but I have to weigh my emotions with the realities of the world we live in.

Predikuesi1 h, 23 m ago

I'm not going to argue about this, but you must remember that the majority …I'm not going to argue about this, but you must remember that the majority of animals in zoos have been bred in captivity, and if released it the wild, they would not survive very long. Added to this is the fact that many animals would have gone into extinction without the help of zoos. Zoos are more than a display of wild animals, for they have moved on from being attractions to research facilities and the protection of endangered species. I don't like to see animals in cages either, but I have to weigh my emotions with the realities of the world we live in.


But they shouldn't of been born in captivity in the first place

Also you don't know they would die in the wild, if they did then dying by nature is much better then spending your whole life in a glass cage to be laughed at by thousands of heartless ****** till you die of age

If they go extinct then so be in. Also wouldn't the animals being extinct be due to being taken to put in Zoos? How are animals going to evolve and survive if all Animals in the Future are all born in Captivity?

The animal experience in cambs isn't a zoo, they have a selection of snakes and other reptiles etc which they use for educational trips and things . The meerkats however are a small group with new enclosures and outside areas . I was lucky enough to visit this year and the staff who took us through our visit very obviously adored the animals. we also got our visit via buyagift and it was about £10 cheaper than this, but that's dependant on how many offer codes you can stack at a time.

Norseg2 h, 55 m ago

But they shouldn't of been born in captivity in the first place Also you …But they shouldn't of been born in captivity in the first place Also you don't know they would die in the wild, if they did then dying by nature is much better then spending your whole life in a glass cage to be laughed at by thousands of heartless ****** till you die of ageIf they go extinct then so be in. Also wouldn't the animals being extinct be due to being taken to put in Zoos? How are animals going to evolve and survive if all Animals in the Future are all born in Captivity?


As I said, I’m not going to argue with you about this. You are obviously passionate against zoos, and that’s fine with me.
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