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Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust in Jersey

Jump on Jersey's Wild Side

So you've jetted off to Jersey. Soon you'll be savouring the fresh coastal breeze of the English Channel - in a sea kayak, on a bobbing sailing boat or by the harbour side with a cappuccino. 
You'll also be able to explore the exotic side of island life; with a visit to one of Jersey's top attractions.
Located just 4 miles north of St Helier, the Durrell Wildlife Park promises a truly wild day out, for all the family! 

There's no Place like Home!
Providing a rare glimpse into the Animal Kingdom, the Durrell Wildlife Park offers a sanctuary to over 1400 creatures. From exotic birds, wolves and meerkats to reptiles, bats and otters; the Durrell Wildlife Park is home to more than 130 of the world's most endangered species. 
From the beautiful Cloud Forest and Lemur Woods to the Gorilla Retreat and the Madagascar Wetlands, visitors have 32 acres of glorious parkland to explore.

Lark in the Park
Whether it's a tranquil moment bird watching at the Wild Bird Hide, or making new friends at the animal-themed Play Area; all visitors, no matter what age will find amusement at the Durrell Wildlife Park.
Visitors even have the opportunity to enjoy an atmospheric safari-style stay, within the family-friendly appeal of the luxury camp site. 
From personal encounters with your favourite animal, to going behind the scenes as a keeper for the day, the Park offers many holiday experiences to write home about!

Conserving Tomorrow
As pioneering today as back in 1963, the Gerald Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust strives to protect and support some of the world's most endangered species.
From saving the fortunes of the Rodrigues Fruit Bat to rescuing the Echo Parakeet from near extinction, the Durrell Wildlife Trust invites visitors to come and learn more about its conservation work.

Tasty Treats 
Exploring some of the world's most endangered creatures can be thirsty work. Visitors can easily enjoy a tasty snack and refreshment within the carefree setting of Café Firefly, or a scrumptious family lunch at the Dodo Restaurant.  

Opening Times
The Park is open every day from 9:30 - 17:00 (except on Christmas Day).

Getting Around
Not yet mastered how to swing from A-to-B on the trees? Leave that to the marmosets, there is easy pathway access across the site! 
Many of the pathways are also wheelchair and pushchair-friendly. For a small charge, wheelchairs and motorised scooters may be hired at the Visitor Centre. 

Getting Here
The Park is easily accessible, with free car parking, on-site cycle racks, public bus stops and designated coach parking. 

So what are you waiting for? Go wild!


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Undercliff Guest House
Bouley Bay, Trinity, Jersey, GB
Undercliff Guest House is a family run 4 star guest house situated on the tranquil north coast of Jersey. Full English breakfast is served every day and special diets are catered for. 13 en-suite bedrooms plus self catering holiday accommodation. Stunning sea views over Bouley Bay and the cliff path network is just a few yards from the guest house, so it's an ideal base for walkers.
Waters Edge Apartments
Bouley Bay, Trinity, Jersey, GB
Water's Edge offers 6 Self Catering Apartments with shared use of an outdoor heated swimming pool in Bouley Bay, Jersey. Each apartment consists of 2 bedrooms (1 double en-suite bedroom and 1 twin bedroom), 2 bathrooms, a dining area, living room with sky TV & telephone, and kitchen with dishwasher/dryer, oven & hobs and fridge with freezer.
Waters Edge Hotel
Bouley Bay, Trinity, Jersey, GB
Situated on the Jersey's north coast with superb views overlooking Bouley Bay, The Water's Edge Hotel is surrounded by an area of natural beauty and tranquillity. There are 51 bedrooms, all en-suite, from family rooms to Junior suites and a Penthouse suite, all with a sea or south facing garden view. There are also 6 self-catering accommodation units and swimming pool.
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