The newly opened Camp Baboon at the wildlife park Wild Place Project, near Bristol gives people an amazing opportunity to spend a night in the company of giraffe, zebras, cheetahs and baboons.
Its 10 luxury cabins sit in the stunning surroundings of the woods at Wild Place Project just yards from some of the most exotic animals on Earth.
The cabins are individually furnished, nine have a double bedroom and two single bunk beds and the tenth has two double beds. All have an en-suite shower room.
Each has a private terrace where visitors can sit and enjoy a drink. The cabins surround a fire pit where guests can toast delicious marshmallows as the sun sets.
Camp Baboon visits are designed to give people a memorable experience which includes:
· An exclusive Camp Baboon twilight tour visiting animals from around the world such as gelada baboons, cheetahs and wolves
· A delicious dinner
· A range of fun bushcraft evening activities
· An early morning stroll to our giraffe house and have breakfast with our three giraffe in their £1m house
· Feed some of the animals their breakfasts
Wendy Walton, director of commercial operations at Wild Place Project, said: “The chance to embrace the wilderness and experience Wild Place Project makes Camp Baboon an exceptional experience for people of all ages.
“The bushcraft activities and the personal tours led by our expert rangers are something really special and spending a night in this unique setting is something people will remember forever.”