What's New on Safari this Easter?

This Easter, you can meet some of the newest safari stars and get closer than ever to some amazing wildlife

Three little bears

Three North American black bear cubs - Alabama, Sekani and Kaska, all born last year, will be out in the main reserve alongside a family of Canadian timber wolves and seven other black bears. 

The youngsters are very inquisitive but will still tend to stay close by their mum, Phoenix. Visitors will be able to spot them exploring their new home and causing lots of mischief!

Here's a picture of them when they first appeared last Easter:

Bear Cubs At Woburn Safari Park

Elephant Appreciation Weekend

Join us over the Easter weekend (14th-17th April) and become an Elephant Ambassador in support of this special charity event to raise money for the International Elephant Foundation (IEF)

Joining the elephant keeper team will be Asian elephants Damini, Chandrika, Yu Zin and Tarli for special talks throughout the day, as well as raffles and games for visitors to enjoy. 

For more information, click here

Elephants At Wsp

Farmyard Friends

Animal Encounters' newest enclosure will give visitors the chance to meet the lovely group of donkeys, goats, sheep, pigs and ponies living at the Park. Farmyard Friends will get you face to face with these friendly animals - don't forget to bring your camera for that perfect selfie!

Meet Chase and Peppa Pig 

Children's favourites Chase (from PAW Patrol) and Peppa Pig will both be making visits to Woburn Safari Park over the Easter weekend. The heroic police pup will be here on Friday 14th April, where he will be making appearances down in the Mammoth Play Ark.

Peppa Pig will be back on Monday 17th April and all her little fans can have their picture taken with this cheeky little piggy. Book your special event tickets now ensure your time slot. 

Welcome to Viv and Vinnie

Animal Encounters have welcomed a new species to the Park with the arrival of a breeding pair of Bush Dogs. Male Vinnie and female Viv can be seen next to the Aldabra tortoise, in their brand new home 'Cachorro Range'. It's hoped that the pair will breed and Woburn Safari Park will welcome litters of pups of this South American canid species. 

Bush Dog at Cachorro Range Woburn Safari Park

Later on this year, the Animal Encounters team will be welcoming another two species to the Park - Red Panda and Agouti. Stay tuned for more information on these coming soon. 

Visitors will also be able to enjoy some new 'sweet treats' in the Safari Restaurant. Find out more here.