What’s Happening at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo!

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Dear Affiliates,

We just wanted to let you know about some great promotions we currently have running with ZSL Whipsnade Zoo.

Online Family Offer

ZSL Whispande Zoo offers additional savings for families with our online family offer (2 adults + 2 children or 1 adult + 3 children).
Enter code SAVER in the promotion code box when purchasing tickets. Only available online and not at the gate.

ZSL Whipsnade Zoo Group booking Discounts

Groups of more than 10 paying people receive a 25% discount on ticket prices purchased online in advance and a 15% reduction if you buy at the gate.

Free Entry
Did you know that children under 3 years go free!

What’s Happening at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo!

Meet Santa at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo

Experience the magic of Christmas this year at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo from 22nd November to 24th December
Enhance your little one’s visit to ZSL Whipsnade Zoo this winter with a ticket to ‘Meet Santa’. You’ll be greeted by our cheeky elves before being taken to visit Santa in his fairytale grotto. See their little faces light up as they meet the man himself, share their Christmas wishes and then receive an early Christmas gift. And it’s not just the children that have all the fun, the whole family can pose for a festive photo opportunity, see the reindeer, make tasty treats for the animals, learn something new at our animal talks and enjoy a seasonal story at Hullabazoo Farm.

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ZSL Whipsnade Zoo promotional video

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Baby giraffe at the ZSL Whipsnade Zoo

In August ZSL Whipsnade Zoo celebrated the arrival of new baby giraffe – Luna.

Zookeepers were at an all-time high after welcoming a baby giraffe to their neck of the woods at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo. Luna was born on 18 August to second-time mum Ijuma.

Measuring just over 5ft tall, the lanky, golden calf is a perfect miniature of her towering mum Ijuma, but it will be a while until she’s eating leaves from lofty branches.

Senior Keeper Mark Holden says: “For the first couple of months she’ll be getting her milk from mum but she’ll soon start munching on greenery as well, and shooting up in size to catch up with the others.

“Immediately after the birth she was a bit wobbly on her legs but she’s already galloping around the paddock with incredible speed. She is also very inquisitive, exploring her new surroundings and interacting with her older half-sister Willow and new male arrival Bashu. Although she’s quite a few feet smaller than the rest of the herd, she holds her own and doesn’t let any of them push her around. She’s definitely a feisty little one.”

Best Regards,
ZSL Affiliate Team