Group deals available for 2002 season at Woburn Safari Park
(4th March 2002)
Woburn Safari Park offers group organisers a world safari in just one day and plenty more for the new 2002 season, when the Park reopens on a daily basis on March 9th. The Marketing Department aims to make organising a trip as easy as possible. Group organisers can arrange a free previsit so that every aspect of their visit runs as smoothly as possible – there’s a lot to see and do all day long at Woburn. A new group organiser pack opens out into an A3 promotional poster with space to fill in the details of your planned outing to promote it – illustrating just some of the wonderful animals at the Park.
All of the attractions are included in the entry price ( which is a saving of up to 33% on the normal day visitor individual entry. There are further reductions for school trips during term time and for Rainbows, Brownies, Guides , Beavers, Cubs and Scouts on special promotional days. To qualify for any of these reduced rates, the group must comprise 15 or more paying visitors on a coach or minibus.
There’s benefits for coach drivers too. Each coach driver receives a £5.00 voucher which can be used either in the Safari Restaurant or in the Junglies Gift Shop.
There are two parts to the Safari Park. Firstly, the Safari Drive takes visitors close to some of the most endangered animals in the world including the Siberian Tiger and the Rothschild Giraffe. By bringing your group to Woburn, you are helping to support the upkeep of these animals – every visitor is important in making our conservation work possible. Visitors may tour the animal reserves as often as they wish during the day.
Then, in the Wild World Leisure Area, it’s time to leave the coach in the car park and explore on foot. There are animal encounters and interaction especially at Monkey Business with the inquisitive squirrel monkeys, in the Australian walkabout with the friendly wallabies and at the aviary Rainbow Landing, where visitors can feed nectar to the colourful rainbow lorikeets. A full programme of shows and demonstrations include Birds of Prey, Animals and Birds in Action, Sealions and the Elephant Encounter. For the younger members of the group, there are indoor and outdoor adventure playgrounds, boats on the lake and a railway train. All attractions are included in the entry price.
Groups can also pre-book morning coffee, lunches or afternoon tea in the Les Routiers accredited Safari Restaurant.
New for 2002
Sealion Cove: A chance to experience the fun, underwater world of the sealions. Underwater viewing gives the visitor unique access to view the amazing agility of these marine animals. Due to open in March 2002.
Penguin Chicks: Due to appear from the nesting boxes to take their first swim within the next few weeks. Humboldt Penguins are one of the most endangered in the world but Woburn has an excellent breeding record with these charming birds – 12 chicks have been successfully reared so far in the past 2 years!
Rhino Maize Maze: For the summer holidays only, visitors will be able to lose themselves (and hopefully find their way out again !) in the 4 acre Maze, whose paths make the shape of a White Rhino and calf.
Corporate Days and Barbecues
From Team Building to Family Days, Woburn’s Safari Lodge is a unique setting for a corporate event. There is a new menu pack available from the Catering Department who can be contacted on 01525 290406.
For your copy of Group Booking Information for a visit to Woburn Safari Park, please contact the Marketing Department on 01525 290246 or email@example.com. Further information can be found on our website: www.woburnsafari.co.uk
For information on school visits to Woburn Safari Park, please contact the Education Department on 01525 290991 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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