Activities include touching animals or coming into close contact with them, so there are some things you should make sure you do, for the sake of hygiene.
To make sure that you enjoy this incredible experience in complete safety, please read through this information.
We thought it might be helpful to you if we explain the reason behind some of these guidelines. All animals can carry infections which can be harmful to people and cause illness. If you follow our guidelines, this reduces the risk of picking up an infection. When you touch or feed animals, your hands may be contaminated with bacteria from the animals. There may also be bacteria present on gates, fences, walls, floors and other surfaces that the animals have touched, as well as animal droppings on the ground. That is why we advise you to observe these precautions, so you stay safe and happy!
There are also some physical dangers on the farm and in other activity areas, so please ensure you and your children pay close attention to the Wildlife Rangers, and follow all instructions they give, such as not touching a particular animal or standing in a particular place.
Our Wildlife Rangers have won awards for the excellence of the Wildlife Experiences, so just follow their clear instructions and you can relax and enjoy a 'once in a lifetime' experience.