Meet Monkeys! at Paradise Wildlife Park Hertfordshire for two people with cream tea, only £41.19!!

Meet Monkeys! at Paradise Wildlife Park Hertfordshire for two people with cream tea, only £41.19!!

Found 27th Nov 2011
I bought this for my boyf as a birthday present at the weekend, it is such a bargain considering that normal entry is £14 per adult - we're planning on going soon and the reviews are pretty good!

This deal includes admission in to the wildlife park for two, then an experience with the monkeys including admission in to the lemur enclosure, and cream tea thrown in!

Costs £49.99, use code 744155 (thanks to MJClapham) for 20% off, then £1.99 for delivery = £41.19!!
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" This fantastic experience for two usually lasts approximately two hours, and involves a guided walking tour of the monkeys of Paradise Wildlife Park. Guiding you along the way will be a member of the Park's knowledgeable and friendly staff, who will answer any and all questions you may have about the monkeys at the park, which include marmosets, tamarins, squirrel monkeys and gibbons. You will then be allowed into the Lemur enclosure to finish your tour, for an up close and personal look at these fantastic animals. Your experience concludes with afternoon cream tea, featuring a range of snacks, preserves, and of course, a wonderful cup of tea."

"Your voucher is valid for 6 months for two people. This experience is suitable for anyone of any age. Please note - you must be 10yrs or over to enter the Lemur enclosure at the end of the tour. Admission to the Park is included and you are welcome to spend the whole day at the attraction. This experience typically lasts two hours. All dates are subject to availability. This voucher cannot be extended. "
I hate the monkeys.....prefer the beach boys, lol
Them little b .........s can rip your face right off
Id rather pay the 40 quid to watch kjbenja's cat drinking coffee
Having been to this zoo, I honestly can say it is one of the best in this country. Money has been spent on building bridges or vantage points so that visitors can look at the animals from the ground as well as high up. I was disappointed with the famous Chester Zoo. Don't knock it as it is a special gift to children and it will certainly be a memorable experience.
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