Immerse yourself in the Durrell experience at their unique new luxury wildlife camp. Nestled in an enchanting copse overlooking Lemur Lake, the camp is fully equipped to cater for most home comforts.
Each spacious camping pod features a double bed, wood burning stove, outdoor deck with sunbeds, as well as showering and kitchen facilities. At the Lemur Lodge you can choose to relax away from your pod, enjoy a barbecue, or dine at one of the two onsite restaurants.
Each camping pod sleeps up to two adults and two children and additional ‘teepees’ can be arranged for children to sleep separately. There are two pods which are fully accessible for disabled guests.
Included in your stay:
• Woodburning stove
• Showering facilities
• Cooking facilities
• Electrical socket for charging phones and laptops (in the kitchen area)
• Solar lamps in the bedroom
• Free entry to the park
• Welcome hamper
• Mini library of Gerald Durrell books
• Special offers at Café Firefly and the Dodo Restaurant
As well as the opportunity to get close to some of the rarest species on earth, your stay here includes unlimited access to the world-renowned Durrell Wildlife Park. You can also indulge in some well-deserved spa treatments in Durrell’s specially dedicated ‘pamper pod’. If you are looking for something extra special to make your stay truly memorable, book one of the ‘Behind the Scenes’ experiences that Durrell has to offer, become a ‘Vet for a Day' or even enjoy an ‘Animal Encounter’.
About Durrell Wildlife Park
Founded by conservationist Gerald Durrell OBE, Durrell Wildlife Park is home to some of the world’s rarest and most amazing animal species. It is also the setting for magnificent gardens, an orchard, lavender walk, lakes and an organic farm. Situated in 32 acres of beautiful parkland, the original 16th century manor house is now the headquarters of Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, an international charity working to save species from extinction. At the park, visitors can meet the animals, discover their stories and their fight for survival in the wild. Whether you’re young or young at heart, a wildlife fan, visiting with children, or simply looking for a tranquil haven to while away a few hours, a visit to Durrell has it all.
For more information visit www.durrell.org or call 01534 860090.