Highland Wildlife Park will reopen on Monday 29 June 2020.
Read our FAQs for more information about the wide range of safety measures in place to protect you, our staff and our animals.
Please note: Due to current restrictions, our main reserve tours are currently cancelled until further notice. We are looking into safe options to resume the tours and will update this page as soon as this is available.
Main Reserve Tours
Jump on board one of the regular daily tours of our Main Reserve where you can catch a glimpse of our European Bison, Red Deer, Bukhara Deer, Elk, Przewalski's Horses, Vicuna and wild birds that have naturally taken up residence in the Park.
Daily. The tours can be booked at the Information Desk in the Visitor Centre. Suggested donation of £1.00 per person.
*subject to cancellation as the reserves may be shut in severe wintry weather.
For further information please contact us on 01540 651976 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer guided tours of the Park's drive-through reserves, where our staff will join you on your coach. We can cover many topics relating to Scottish wildlife and natural history. Tours are available for groups of 10 or more individuals only and group rates apply, plus a small charge of £20 for the services of the guide. Bookings should be made at least two weeks in advance and can be weather dependant.
To enquire about availability of a group visit to the Park you can either phone on (01540) 651976 or email email@example.com.
If you would like an Educational visit please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0131 314 0324
* Please note that this is NOT confirmation of a booking, this enquiry will be followed up with either an email or phone call to confirm the booking.
*The reserves may be shut in severe wintry weather
Spend the day with our experienced guide and keepers, who will accompany your group as you explore the Park with your camera. The day will begin before the Park is open to the public. Perhaps you would like to get close enough to a polar bear or tiger for them to breathe on your camera lens? We'll provide a safe opportunity for you to get that close-up shot that wouldn't be possible on a normal visit to the Park.
For more information about our photographic days, please click here..