Go a bit wild this yuletide

Friday 14 December 2012 Updated: 14/12 12:13

THERE will be plenty of festive fun at West Midlands Safari Park this Yuletide, when visitors will be given the chance to take a walk on the wild side.

‘Walking with Lemurs’ is open for the first time this winter and the Santa Safari runs everyday up to Christmas Eve.

The admission, which is £12.99 for adults, £14.99 for children (aged one to 15) and £7.50 (babies up to one), includes four

miles of self-drive safari, the snowiest ever Discovery Trail with festive sea lion show, Penguin Cove, reindeer, Twilight Cave,

Mark O’Shea’s Reptile World, The Seaquarium, creepy crawlies and African Village to see Meerkat Mayhem and Walking with Lemurs.

Children can also choose their own gift and have their photograph taken with Santa to take home. Also included in the ticket

price is a free return ticket to visit the animals again during the winter.

To book, call 01299 400700 or visit www.santasafari.com

For more, call 01299 402114 or visit the dedicated Santa Safari website at www.santasafari.com.

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