Win a wild day out at Paradise Wildlife Park!

Paradise Wildlife Park competition

Unleash your inner zookeeper with a fantastic Family Meet & Greet Day at Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire. Home to over 500 exotic animals, including big cats, zebras, red pandas and tapirs, you’ll get up close to some of the park’s most charismatic creatures!

 

Whether it’s caring for the cute wallabies, getting your hands dirty out in the farmyard, or tending to some wriggly reptiles, you’ll never forget your amazing animal experiences. Wild! 

 

Two lucky readers will win a Family ‘Animal Meet & Greet’ experience plus up to £100 travel expenses. Yay!


 

The prize


Two winners will each receive: 

Family 'Animal Meet & Greet' experience

£100 towards expenses


 

Competition closes midnight, 5 April 2017.

 

Visit pwpark.com for more wildlife experiences! Paradise Wildlife Park is now a registered charity – Zoological Society of Hertfordshire (ZSH).

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