Experience a Unique Safari at Watatunga Wildlife Reserve in West Norfolk

If you’re looking for a truly unique wildlife experience, you’ll want to visit Watatunga Wildlife Reserve near King’s Lynn in West Norfolk. This award-winning reserve is dedicated to the conservation of endangered deer, antelope, and birds, and offers visitors an exciting opportunity to view them in their natural habitat from the comfort of electric buggies. Your private group will drive in convoy with other guests and be led by a tour guide who will bring the reserve to life with stories and information about its rare inhabitants.

How to Reach Watatunga

Getting to Watatunga Wildlife Reserve is easy! You can reach it by car, bicycle, or on foot. The reserve is located on the outskirts of the village of Watlington near King’s Lynn in Norfolk, UK. The entrance to Watatunga Wildlife Reserve is just off the A10/A134 Watlington Rd roundabout heading towards Watlington and is shared with the Mick George (previously Frimstone) quarry. While the postcode is PE33 0RG, it is unreliable in sat-nav. Instead, enter “Watatunga Wildlife Reserve” into Google Maps or use our what3words.com location “contracts.recruited.resources” for an accurate entrance location, and follow the signs to reception.

Plan Your Visit

We recommend that you plan to spend around half a day at Watatunga Wildlife Reserve to fully enjoy the experience. Pre-booking is required, and there are several ticket options available. Keep in mind that it is not possible to access the reserve on foot, for safety reasons. All our animals roam freely within the 170-acre reserve in a natural habitat designed to educate visitors about conservation and their stories. Our antelope species are categorized as Dangerous Wild Animals by DEFRA, and walking the reserve without a knowledgeable guide is not safe. Guided tours are led by our experienced staff and offer an unforgettable, in-depth experience.

Make it a Getaway – Stay at Acorn Holiday Park, Welney Wisbech

If you’re planning a trip to Watatunga Wildlife Reserve, why not make it a proper getaway and stay at Acorn Holiday Park, Welney Wisbech? Located on the Norfolk/Cambridgeshire border, Acorn Holiday Park features fully furnished holiday rentals with stunning views of the countryside. The accommodation sleeps up to four people and is equipped with a shower, fully equipped kitchen, and tea towels and bed linen. A welcome pack is provided upon your arrival.

Acorn Holiday Park has 12 holiday rentals in total, four of which are lakeside with a designated swim area. It’s perfect if you’re looking for a peaceful, natural retreat with access to beautiful watery vistas. If you’re travelling with your furry friend, the park allows dogs, but they must stay off soft furnishings and beds, be kept on a leash while on the park, and please pick up after them.

So, make the most of your visit to Watatunga Wildlife Reserve by making a relaxing break out of it. Stay at Acorn Holiday Park and enjoy all that the stunning countryside has to offer. Book your stay today and get ready for a getaway you won’t forget!

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