Tea with the Tigers
Take in views of the Tigers as you enjoy an afternoon tea and tour!
Take tea with the big cats at Paradise Wildlife Park! Join lions, tigers, cheetahs, jaguars, snow leopards and white lions for a slap-up afternoon tea of scones with jam and cream, sandwiches, cakes, and a nice refreshing pot of tea or coffee. Don’t worry though – the tigers aren’t going to try to pinch your eclair, as they are safely behind glass! You’ll be taken up to the incredible Cat Walk – an extensive aerial gallery where you can get great pictures of big cats roaming around their territory. Learn all about where the cats have come from, and why they have been brought to safety at PWP. The passionate Big Cat Keeper guide will be happy to answer any questions you may have about these magnificent and powerful creatures. Next, you’ll sit in the Tiger Treetops Cafe, and look through the glass at the incredible animals as you eat your tea! Your ticket includes a day’s entry to the Wildlife Park, with over 400 animals to see and plenty of activities for all ages.
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This is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon at Paradise Wildlife Park, taking in the beauty and majesty of the Big Cats. The park’s Cat Team is passionate about the cats in their care and they are keen to pass on their knowledge to you. You’ll have fabulous photo opportunities from the Cat Walk – which overlooks the enclosures – and you’ll be amazed to learn about the unique personalities of these beautiful animals. Your tour concludes at Tiger Treetops Cafe, where you’ll enjoy afternoon tea, overlooking the tigers. During your Tiger Tea a member of the Cat Team will talk to you about the park’s conservation work overseas with tigers and other big cats, their charity, Wildlife Heritage Foundation and the Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent. You will also receive a guide book and souvenir t-shirt. This experience also includes entry to the park for the whole day, and you’ll have plenty of time to view the wide variety of animals at Paradise Wildlife Park.