Welcome to the Jungle

If you want to meet some of the worlds most endangered and unusual species then welcome to the Pembrokeshire jungle.

Learn to swing through the trees, say ‘hello’ to our Pride of Pembrokeshire lions, enjoy an encounter with very rare tigers and find out what a bearded dragon looks like!

Go wild, plan a swinging day out and explore Pembrokeshire’s growing community of conservation zoos and attractions.

Tree Tops Adventure Trail

If you’re going to explore a jungle you need to know how to swing in the trees. Tree Tops offers you a birds-eye view on the world, from a monkey’s perspective. Swing high in the trees on their high ropes trail, cross rope bridges and fly like Tarzan. A thrilling day out for all the family.

Tree Tops

Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo

Pembrokeshire’s pride of African lions are taking centre-stage at Folly Farm conservation zoo, near Tenby. With over 250 animals, covering 50 species, a visit to the Folly Farm zoo is a day out in itself, bringing you up-close to these majestic lions, along with Wales’ only resident giraffe, penguin, zebra, ostrich and many more extraordinary mammals, birds and reptiles.  Folly Farm zoo is also home to 3 critically endangered eastern black rhinos: Nkosi, Manyara and Mala. The rhinos are part of the European Breeding Programme. Read more about the Folly Farm Family.

Manor House Wildlife Park

If it’s the white African rhino you seek head over to Manor House, where 52 acres of organic parkland homes endangered species from all over the world. You’ll find lemur, apes, zebra and meerkat, to name but a few. Take a walk with the wallabies, meet Tommy the tapir and Steve the gibbon. With extensive parkland, play areas and a café there’s lots to see and do in this conservation oasis.  Manor House have their own conservation programme with the arrival of two critically endangered Sumatran Tigers at the park. With fewer than 400 tigers left in the wild, the park will begin a tentative breeding programme.


Dragon Reptile Experience

If its tropical wildlife you’re after then visit Dragon Reptiles in Saundersfoot, for an experience you’ll remember! Their hands on, interactive reptile education centre brings the exotic life of the rainforest and desert to life in your hands. Find out what a bearded dragon looks like and what it feels like to hold a royal python.

Learn about lizards and hang out with some spiders as an experience handler helps you get up close with these fascinating creatures.

Dragon Reptile

Dinosaur Park

You can even meet some long extinct animals in Pembrokeshire at the Dinosaur Park, near Tenby. Over 30 dinosaurs are waiting to meet you along the swampy boardwalk dinosaur trail. Keep an eye out for some dinosaur spotting and an ear out for their calls! T-Rex is always hungry and remember to tiptoe past the spitting Dilosophaur, otherwise you'll get wet.

Read more about family friendly attractions in Pembrokeshire.


  We used to go to Cornwall until we discovered Pembrokeshire :) The most gorgeous place...So much to see and do. And the coastline...Oh wow! 
Nicky Berry

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