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Experience the delights of South American, African and Asian wildlife at Port Lympne Reserve in Kent - with a large variety of some of the world's endangered species, there's an abundance of animals to see.
Not only can you take a tour of the reserve and spend the day surrounded by some of the truly beautiful creatures it holds, you can also enjoy a luxurious stay at the park in one of their Glamping Tents and spend the night right at the reserve.
With different ways to stay including the Livingstone Lodge, Pinewood, Port Lympne Hotel, Tiger Lodge, Treehouse Hotel and the luxury glamping at Bear Lodge, you can have an experience of a lifetime staying amidst the magnificent wildlife.
Bear Lodge is a glamping experience like no other with comfortable furnishings and wood burner, as well as easy access to the Clubhouse bar/restaurant. Each tent has en-suite facilities and a private deck – perfect for watching the sun go down while overlooking the spectacled bear enclosure and the rhino paddocks in the distance, not forgetting the stunning 30 mile views out to the Kent coast.
Plus a stay at Bear Lodge also includes free, unlimited entry to both Port Lympne Reserve and Howletts Wild Animal Park during your stay, as well as exclusive access to evening activities, including ranger-guided walking tours of the Reserve and evening safaris.
You could be off on a Safari stay with your family, as we have a two-night stay for up to 8 to be won in Port Lympne Reserve's Bear Lodge.
You'll also get a Guided Ranger Tour during your stay as well as entry into Port Lympne Reserve , including entry into the Dinosaur Forest exhibit PLUS free entry to their sister park Howletts Wild Animal Park.
And of course there are all the animals to meet including gorillas, monkeys, tigers and their pair of Spectacled Bears, Oberon & Rina.
For the chance to win just answer the question below by 23:59 on Bank Holiday Monday 1st May.*
*This competition is running on Classic FM, Heart Kent & Smooth Kent
with one winner and one prize only
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