Nestled in the beautiful Alameda Botanic Gardens, the AWCP is home to a collection of both exotic and native species. The AWCP is the only Wildlife Park in Gibraltar. We care for exotic animals confiscated by Gibraltar customs, unwanted exotic pets and animals such as the Cotton-topped tamarin, on loan from international Zoos, to raise awareness of important endangered species through conservation education. An essential role of the park is the conservation of threatened species. Partaking in international conservation projects supporting species in the wild.
A once in a lifetime opportunity to get close to our Brown Lemurs, go behind the scenes with their keeper, where you will feed them some tasty treats and learn about their story of how they came to call Gibraltar home.
Advance booking ONLY
This package also includes PARK ENTRY!
Price: £40 for two participants | £55 for three participants
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Unfortunately dogs are not permitted in the park or botanical gardens
A maximum of 3 people can partake in the Lemur experience.
There are no bathrooms within the park, however there are 2 located in the botanical gardens, they can be found next to the red phoneboxes.
This was such a wonderful little park. My husband and I visited Gibraltar for a few days and I was greatly looking forward to the Lemur experience we booked! We weren't disappointed the staff member (Jessica, I think her name was) was incredibly informative, friendly and kind. It was such a lovely experience and the memories will stay with us for a lifetime. Thank you!
Booked the lemur experience online before my trip to Gibraltar and it was great, especially for the price I paid.
The experience itself lasted around 30 minutes and it was great to feed the lemurs and hear are all about them from the zoo keeper who was friendly and informative.
I don’t think this place is publicised enough, and it’s definitely worth a couple of hours if your in Gibraltar.
I Took part in the Lemur experience which my Girlfriend had booked as a surprise. We had a great time feeding the Lemurs and the keeper Steve Perry was very knowledgeable and friendly, as was all the staff at the park. We Had a great time at the park,and thoroughly enjoyed seeing the selection of animals.
Red Sands Road
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