RZSS Highland Wildlife Park, Kingussie

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web
RZSS Highland Wildlife Park offers visitors a rare chance to experience past and present wildlife in the authentic setting of the Scottish Highlands. On display at this safari park/zoo are animals found in present-day Scotland, as well as species that lived in mountainous regions hundreds, even thousands, of years ago. You can drive around the park’s Main Reserve to see reindeer, yaks, camels, bison, elks, and the only herd of kiangs in the United Kingdom. The park’s numerous enclosures offer insight into the world of wolves, polar bears, wildcats, wolverines, beavers, red pandas, snowy owls, and arctic foxes. Feeding sessions, tours, and special talks are available daily, along with popular "Keeper for a Day" adventures. Using our international travel planner, Kingussie attractions like RZSS Highland Wildlife Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We drove around first then walked to see the animals we had missed. Our favourites were the monkeys, we came back to see them before we left. Their antics were hysterical. The park was well signposted...  read more »
  • We visited on a wet day this month and got very lucky! The polar bears were out frolicking, the wildcats and their 3 babies were out playing. Quite a lot of the animals had young and we saw a lot of t...  read more »
  • We visited the wildlife park with our two children (4)&(7) who were very excited to see the polar bear. The outdoor drive through the park was a bit disappointing as not too much to see as the animals...  read more »
  • Had a great day out at the park yesterday. Managed to see all the animals and attended a few feeding sessions. We had the good fortune to attend a few of the talks given by a young man called Zac. He is obviously very passionate about his job and this is reflected in his ability to deliver a vast amount of information about the animals. He also took time to answer all our questions. A definite asset to this park. We usually visit once a year - sometimes twice - and always have a good time. Good value for money in the cafe with pleasant and friendly staff.
  • This place is amazing. The initial drive around is amazing and you end up in touching distance of huge bison and elk. The walk around part of the zoo is incredible and there are talks and feeding on all the time. We came so close tinplate bears it was definitely a once in a lifetime experience.
  • Not value for money. We cam here six years ago and the place was under construction. They was nothing but dirt,Mud and grass. Most cages had no animals in them. It was a joke. Six years on we came back to find that theres still hardly anything to see. All the enclosures and cages are empty, we paid £45 to look at some grass and empty cages again. The place is not pram friendly either. The oyster cafe are very slow to serve food. Everything came ten minutes apart and they forgot my wifes cup of tea. They refunded for the tea. They are far better places to visit and this is not one of them.
  • We've had a great day. There are so many rare and interesting animals to see and the surroundings are so impressive. Many information provided on every animal and interesting talks throughout the day.
  • A very nice place for nature lovers. The ideal place to spend a day out with children. It's not so easy to see animals, but when it happens, it's very exciting!
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