My daughter has always wanted to go to this Zoo, so for her 30th off we went. I am disabled so researched the website It states "Gradients are less than one in twelve however some appear fairly steep, therefore not all paths are easy to manage independently in a manual wheelchair" this is very misleading. I used a 4 wheeled walker and found it very hard going, anyone trying to push a wheelchair around would need to be super fit. There needs to be a better warning on the website telling disabled people to make sure they either take a powered wheelchair/scooter or phone and reserve one of the few scooters owned by the Zoo. The Zoo itself is one of the better ones I have been to, but I was disturbed to see a lone Elephant, it looked very unhappy and as the Zoo itself states " Elephants are social animals, living in herds of breeding groups made up of females and young" I can't understand why there is only one. I have given the Zoo 3 stars because of the poor disabled access.
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