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AdvantagesAn inexpensive way to get close up to some wildlife. Well laid out. Very good free guides.

DisadvantagesNot very disabled friendly but then I don't supose many jungle places could be.

...reduction and they also make good eating. It produces 30-35 tons per year which is a valuable asset to the park. They were originally bred to deal with the algae and weed in the ponds to help make them viable for wildlife. We also saw a series of pens for young crocodiles to keep them safe from the larger members of the family who would happily munch on them given half a chance. There was a pen which...

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AdvantagesGood day out, lots of animals

DisadvantagesHard to get to without a car

...I have just finished two weeks holidays and as me and my son weren't going away this summer, we decided to go a day here and there. I hadn't been to the Black Isle Wildlife Park for years and decided that we would go over there on one of the dry days. We drove over one morning. The wildlife Park is situated in North Kessock, near Munros Nurseries, so you do need a car to get to it as it is...

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AdvantagesA great day out.

DisadvantagesPricy to eat there

...The Highland Wildlife Park is situated 7 miles from Aviemore in the village of Kincraig, so it is easily acessible from the A9 by car or bus and there are also good rail links to Aviemore (where you can then get a bus to Kincraig) When you arrive at the Wildlife Park there is a kiosk to pay so you just wind down the window of your car to pay. It costs £10 per child, £11.50 for pensioners...

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