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The Isle of Wight Zoo is home to a large collection of big cats many of whom are rescue animals. With several superb new enclosures modeled on natural tiger habitats in India, the zoo is a fantastic place to see these wonderful animals relaxing. A...more
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Visited last year and was disappointed, revisiting today and had an enjoyable couple of hours. My granddaughter liked the find the stamps and information was educational. Felt smaller than last visit but staff were knowledgable and very friendly
We stayed on the Isle of Wight for the last weekend of July and we had no plan to visit this zoo. I am a vet. and usually, hate zoos. But, the other couple staying at the wonderful B&B where we were staying, said at...More
We popped in and spent a leisurely couple of hours watching the big cats, learning about the lemurs, and being entertained by spider monkeys. The tour talk revealed the important work the zoo is doing as an animal rescue centre, as well as the appalling...More
I had a photography course at the Zoo with Capture Perfect. The course was excellent but the weather was very poor, raining on and off all day.
The lions and tigers were very impressive as were the playful meerkats. In better weather this is a...More
The zoo was in walking distance from our hotel. The weather was lovely and we had a pleasant walk. Entrance fee reasonable priced at £13.00 and carers go in free. There was plenty to see and do for all ages. The children not with us...More
Myself and my partner visited your zoo on Tuesday 9th October and seeing the animals was lovely and you all doing great work but as I use a wheelchair to get around any distance due to mobility issues we found the paths around the zoo...More
Let’s be frank about the zoo. It is still maturing and clearly wants to play a bigger part in the world of conservationist zoos. And it does seem to be both doing this but also educating us the visitors, well done. We visited as mere...More
This was an excellent visit. The talks were very good indeed. We had the thrill of seeing tigers close to and in particular playing in the water. The Zoo is doing a really good jhob at caring for animals and the environment.