Paradise Wildlife Park is open for business as usual. Please see our visitor notice below on how the park will operate during the corona virus.
Paradise Wildlife Park is open for business as usual.
As we are all aware, the UK is entering into very uncertain times and the outbreak of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) is currently affecting everyone in some shape or form. We have now held multiple meetings here at Paradise to discuss how we will move forward in the coming few weeks and beyond. Please ensure you read all of the information below to understand our position statement in line with government guidelines to limit non-essential social interaction.
Is Paradise Wildlife Park still open?
At this current time, Paradise Wildlife Park will remain open however there will be some areas which are not open for use or have reduced capacity. We have made this decision as we are mainly an outdoor attraction that is spacious enough to allow people to distance themselves from others by 2m or more, while at the same time allowing them to enjoy time outside and get some fresh air.
Which areas have been closed or reduced capacity?
What is the best way to pay at Paradise?
We would encourage all visitors to pay by card as much as possible in order to limit contact between our team members and visitors.
Am I a vulnerable member of the public?
In accordance with government guidelines, if you are aged 70+, have on-going health problems (chronic lung or heart condition or have diabetes) or are pregnant, the current recommendation is that you should self-isolate for 12 weeks. If you fall into this category, you may wish to reconsider visiting us at this time.
What should I do if I feel unwell?
If you feel unwell (fever, cough), please do not visit during this time in the best interests of our team, animals and other visitors.
As with any other responsible organisation we review our position on a regular basis to ensure the safety and wellbeing to our staff, animals and visitors on site. If our position changes at all we will update our website and social media accordingly. Please be assured that we are monitoring the nature of this situation closely. If you are visiting Paradise Wildlife Park, please make sure to follow our guidelines listed below…
We hope that everyone stays safe and puts their health first. Remember to keep calm and positive. Further information will be available as we are made aware.