We mainly went to see the lion cubs, thinking they were going to be relatively small however they are now 11months old and aren't available for public interaction. A bit of a let down however the lion feeding experience was awesome. The most active I've seen lions at any zoo I've been to. They came right up to the fence (seperated by a wired and electric fence) and stood no more than a metre away from you at times. Simply amazing.
The rest of the park was pretty average. There were thousands of trout and a few random farm animals but they were all in enclosures so the whole 'hand feeding' experience is a bit boring.
Overall I'd recommend the park but only at lion feeding time.
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