Half price ticket offer for Howletts and Port Lympne wild animal parks in Kent
Two Kent wild animal parks have launched a half price ticket offer for the remainder of half term.
The unsettled wet weather and ongoing coronavirus restrictions have left many families struggling to find things to do to keep the kids busy during their week off.
But now Howletts Wild Animal Park and Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve are offering parents and carers the opportunity to bring children to either park for half the normal price before the school holiday ends.
The opportunity to save 50% on children's tickets runs until Sunday (November 1).
The 100-acre Howletts site is home to 390 animals across 52 species including the only herd of African elephants in Kent, western lowland gorillas, honey badgers, tigers, lions, leopards and more.
Whilst at Port Lympne near Hythe more than 900 animals call the 600 acre site home.
By visiting either of the parks, says The Aspinall Foundation, families will be contributing to the care of the animals as well as supporting overseas conservation work.
Visitors will need to pre-book a date and time to visit to allow the parks to manage visitor numbers and ensure social distancing.
Visit the website at www.aspinallfoundation.org/portlympne or www.aspinallfoundation.org/howletts to pre book your tickets and use code TRICKORTREAT50 at the online checkout to redeem the half price offer for children's tickets.