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Blair Drummond Safari

Stirling Category For the Family, Nature & Wildlife
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Blair Drummond Safari Park is a Zoo and Safari Park located near Stirling in Scotland. Opened to the public in 1970, it is spread over 120 acres. The safari park features drive-through reserves, a boat safari, and a safari bus that is free to visitors.

Like many safari parks, Blair Drummond features reserve areas that visitors drive through in their own cars and view free-roaming animals. Species that are kept in the drive-through reserves include Père David's deer, southern white rhinoceros, dromedary camels, Bactrian camels, African lions, ostriches, Ankole cattle, fallow deer, Siberian tigers, Darwin's rhea, lechwe and sika deer.

The park has many attractions, including a host of animals to be viewed on foot and by boat, a kids' adventure area, bird of prey and sea-lion displays, pedal-boats, rides and amusements. The following are included in the standard ticket price:Lemur Land, Chimp Island, African Elephants, Sea Lion Show, Birds of Prey and Pets Farm.

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