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Edinburgh Zoo

Set within 82 acres of sloping parkland, three miles to the west of Edinburgh city centre is Edinburgh Zoo, formally the Scottish National Zoological Park. Receiving over 600,000 visitors a year makes Edinburgh Zoo Scotland's second most popular paid-for tourist attraction. Edinburgh Zoo is one of Europe's leading centres of conservation, education and research and the mission statement of the non-profit zoological park is:

'To inspire and excite our visitors with the wonder of living animals, and so to promote the conservation of threatened species and habitats.'


Opened in July 1913, Edinburgh Zoo is owned by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland and is home to a variety of different species. Get up and close to over 1,000 rare and endangered animals, including a polar bear and two koalas, of which Edinburgh zoo is the only zoo in Britain to have such animals. Well known for its large collection of penguins - King Penguins, Gentoo Penguins and Rockhopper Penguins - Edinburgh Zoo was the first zoo in the world to house and to breed penguins. With collections of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates and a number of activities to enjoy ranging from keeper talks through to hands-on animal encounters, several play areas, a fantastic gift shop and free hilltop safari rides, a visit to Edinburgh Zoo is a great day out for all the family.

A selection of the animals at Edinbouruh Zoo:
Two Indian Rhinoceroses, a pair of jaguars, Asiatic Lions, pair of Sumatran tigers, African Hunting Dogs, Maned Wolf, Wolverines, Ratels, European Sousliks, Pallas Cats, Temminck's Golden Cat, Margays, Oriental Small-Clawed Otters, Patagonian Sea Lions, Giant Anteater, Bactrian Camel, Zebra, Vicunas, bongo, Thorold's Deer, Siberian Musk Deer, Lesser Kudu, Goral, Japanese Serow, Hog Deer, Bawean Deer, Nyalas, Kirk's Dik-diks,Capybaras, Malayan Tapirs, Pygmy Hippos, Red River Hogs, Visayan Warty Pigs, Warthogs, Aye Aye, Titi Monkeys, Purple-Faced Langurs, Drills, Gelada Baboons, Red Ruffed Lemurs, Ring-Tailed Lemurs, Swamp Wallabys, North American Porcupines and a large group of Common Chimpanzees.

Address
Edinburgh Zoo
134 Corstorphine Road
Edinburgh
EH12 6TS

Official website
www.edinburghzoo.org.uk

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8 Hotels, 2 Guest Houses, 2 Campsites, 1 Bed and Breakfast and 1 Serviced Apartment.
Inverleith Hotel & Apartments
5 Inverleith Terrace, Edinburgh, GB
A small 3 star family-run hotel adjacent to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Inverleith Hotel is located in central Edinburgh in the conservation area of Inverleith. A bed and breakfast hotel combining the historic splendour of an early Victorian Edinburgh townhouse with modern accommodation offering 10 en-suite bedrooms, on-site parking and free Wi-Fi.
Cluny Bank Hotel
69 St Leonards Road, Forres, Moray, Forres, Grampian, GB
The 4 star Cluny Bank Hotel, a 19th century Victorian listed building, was converted into a hotel in 1999. Situated in a quiet area of Forres surrounded by woodland, within walking distance is Forres Golf Course and the town centre. There are 13 other golf courses within a half hour drive of Cluny Bank Hotel.
Lodge Forest Visitor Centre Youth Campsite
Cowal & Trossachs Forest District, Aberfoyle, Stirling, GB
Youth Campsite's are informal designated sites run by the Forestry Commission, which are tent only campsites. These sites are a great way for providing youth groups with an outdoor experience with the feeling of wild camping. There are no facilities on our campsites so the group will need to be prepared to experience everything the great outdoors has to offer. If in doubt, follow SOAC (www.Outdooraccess-scotland.
Sallochy Campsite
Sallochy Bay, Rowardennan, Glasgow, GB
Sallochy Campsite is a semi-formal campsite on the banks of Loch Lomond near Rowardennan,Glasgow. The West Highland Way passes through the campsite. Operated by Forestry Commission Scotland, the campsite has basic facilities to give you a 'wilder' camping experience. Composting toilets and drinking water is available but there are no showers on-site.
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