The Highland Wildlife Park is a member of the Cairngorms Attraction Group comprising of six very special attractions, none of them more than 20 minutes drive from Aviemore. Take some time to experience all this area has to offer by visiting our joint site. http://www.daysoutcairngorms.co.uk
Visit this comprehensive site to help plan your break and find out lots of interesting and up-to-date information about the Aviemore area.
Located approximately 2 miles from the Park, the quiet village if Kincraig lies on the shores of Loch Insh. Walks, watersports, birdwatching, accommodation.
3 miles from the Park, Kingussie is a busy town with excellent rail and bus links.
Lying about 6 miles from the Park, Newtonmore houses the Highland Folk Museum and the Clan MacPherson Museum. Rail and bus links.
Hear about the famous men and women of the Clan who have changed the face of the world in science, the military, the arts and sport. See the weapons used in days gone-by, read about mutinies and see the chanter sent down from the heavens! The Clan Macpherson also sponsor our wildcats here at the Park, as it is part of the Clan Crest.
Local community, business and tourism links for Grantown on Spey (approx. 20 miles from the Park).
Grantown on Spey - accommodation, activities, shopping and dining.
The real Glenbogle of Monarch of the Glen fame. A small thriving community set in stunning scenery.
'Comprehensive guide to accommodation, attractions, activities, events and eating out in the Cairngorm area.
The Scottish tour operator offering wildlife watching experiences to suit everyone.
Situated next to the entrance to the Highland Wildlife Park, the Highland Country Cottages at Meadowside House, Kincraig, offer very comfortable self-catering accommodation with stunning views over Loch Insh to the Cairngorms (Tel: 01540 651467).
This scenic site, located in beautiful birch woodland in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, offers a selection of quality family holiday facilities, including Italian restaurant, lodge hotel, self-catering chalets and caravan park, tailored for all ages and ability.
The Cairngorm Hotel is Aviemore's Premier Independent Hotel, with the staff offering a warm and friendly welcome. An ideal choice for that short break in Scotland offering excellent hotel accommodation; 'The Cairn' is a renowned Scottish wedding hotel venue, also offering seasonal breaks and extensive function and business meeting facilities.
Crubenbeg Highland Holiday Cottages offer luxury STB 4 star self catering holiday accommodation in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland Nr Aviemore. We offer Free Trout Fishing, Golf Practice Area, Kids Games Room, Eco Friendly Wood Burning Stoves & Free WiFi Broad Band.
Situated just 10 minutes walk from the centre of Aviemore, these 3 bedroom log cabins offer luxurious self catering accommodation.
Ardlogie is a friendly, all en-suite, STB 3 star guest house quietly situated beside the Spey yet within easy walk of Aviemore's shops, bars & restaurants. 8 miles to the Park. Check availablility on-line.
Feith Mhor is a lovely Pet Friendly Georgian House offering self catering and B&B in Carrbridge. Sleeping 11 + 2 the house is set in mature gardens in a beautiful rural location within the Cairngorm National Park.
Badaguish Outdoor Centre is set in a clearing in the pine forest just below Cairngorm Mountain. Mixed accommodation on offer, from large luxury Forest Lodges to a rustic bothy and scenic campsite. An exciting programme of outdoor activities, both on and offsite, can be arranged for guests or day visitors. The Centre also provides activity holidays for individuals with learning and/or physical disabilities in the purpose-built Lodge.
Ruthven Steadings provide luxury B&B and self catering cottages in a quiet and scenic location, l mile from Kingussie, set in 2 acres and just 10 minutes drive from the Park.
Kirkstone Lodge is only about 3 miles away and Hillview Cottage about 45 minutes away.
Wildlife Parks and Zoos
ZooWatch is a UK webportal to sites related to zoological parks and gardens in the UK and Ireland.
Conservation Organisations and Wildlife Trusts
John Muir Trust www.johnmuiraward.org
The Mammal Society www.mammal.org.uk
Mammals Trust UK www.mtuk.org
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds www.rspb.org
Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals www.scottishspca.org
Scottish Natural Heritage www.snh.org.uk
Scottish Wildlife Trust www.swt.org.uk
The Wildlife Trusts www.wildlifetrusts.org
World Society for the Protection of Animals www.wspa.org.uk
The Rare Breeds Survival Trust www.rare-breeds.com
National Federation of Badger Groups www.nfbg.org.uk
Deer UK website www.deer-uk.com
British Deer Society www.bds.org.uk
International Otter Survival Fund www.otter.org
Caring for the Scottish Wildcat www.scottishwildcats.co.uk
Wolf Society of Great Britain www.wolfsociety.org.uk
International Wolf Centre, Minnesota, USA www.wolf.org
British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums www.biaza.org.uk
European Association of Zoos and Aquaria www.eaza.net
Zoolex Zoo Design Organisation www.zoolex.org