This fantastic charity is dedicated to safeguarding the future of penguins including the Humboldt penguin, which is currently classified as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List.
Faced with a number of threats including the depletion of fish stocks, hunting, and climate change, this incredible species needs all the help it can get.
Fundraising for the penguins
Don't forget to bring your spare pennies with you too as there will be an array of penguin-themed games to get stuck into, including a lucky dip, guess the penguin, and throw the fish for a prize!
Plus there will be a fantastic raffle taking place, giving you the chance to win family tickets to the Park and a special Up Close Encounter!BOOK NOW Ticket Info
Meet your favourite animals in a special charity mini VIP Experience!
Choose from a Mini VIP trip to meet the Aldabra giant tortoises, mongoose or meerkats!
Meet the meerkat mob!
Take a trip into the home of the meerkats or mongoose, as you feed them some of their favourite food! You'll get to meet the individual animal residents, while keepers give you an incredible insight into these amazing species!
Available for £15 per person, for up to four people per session. Book online now and meet your tour guide at the stall outside the Safari Restaurant (no29 on your map).Book your Charity Mini VIP Trip
Meet the Aldabra giant tortoises
Take a brilliant 15-minute trip to meet Albert, Ken, Flo, Harold, and Gordon the giant Aldabra tortoises, with a fascinating introduction to this wonderful long-lived species, from their dedicated keepers.
£15 per person and available for up to four people per session. Book online now and meet your guide at the charity stall outside the Safari Restaurant (no 29 on your map) 10 mins before your experience.Book your Charity Mini VIP Trip
Please note: Admission is not included in the Charity Mini VIPs, please ensure you have purchased your admission ticket here for entrance into Woburn Safari Park.
All proceeds raised in the Mini Charity VIP Experiences will go to the Indonesian Parrot Project and the Seychelles Island Foundation