Sandwich Wildlife Park is a beautiful park which is open to only limited visitor numbers, and the animals can also be met during special events and through close encounters by appointment.

Our unique experiences make the perfect treat for yourself or an amazing present for someone special!

Who Will I Be Able To Meet?

At Sandwich Wildlife Park we will be offering  a chance to meet a cusimanse!

…  A what?

Cusimanse experiences are a perfect alternative for the meerkat experience.  They are a very similar species and are just as curious as the the cute little animals made famous on the tv!

Speaking of meerkats, of course you can also opt to meet our meerkats who live just around the corner from our cusimanse, in their own experience.

As with Wingham Wildlife Park we also of course offer an experience to get up close with the world’s largest wild cat species during our tiger experience.  Due to the way in which SWP is run we are also able to accommodate encounters with some of our other larger carnivores including a cheetah experience and a maned wolf experience.

If you’re not a fan of carnivores, perhaps primates are more up your street?  Just like our popular experience in Wingham we offer a one on one encounter with our bachelor group of ring tailed lemurs.

Finally we also have some very unique experiences which we are in a position to offer!  Due to the background of our beautiful African crested porcupine, Nancy for example.  Nancy had a tough start and had to be hand reared, however due to this she craves being around people.  So why not help us feed this beauty and spend some good quality time with her!  She’s an absolute superstar and much more cuddly than you might expect from these spiky critters.

Further unusual experiences which we offer at the park are the tamandua experience and ever popular sloth experience.


*not all experiences which are held at Wingham Wildlife Park are available at Sandwich Wildlife Park, which also vice versa has species which are not available to be seen at Wingham Wildlife Park.

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