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About Highland Wildlife Park
Did you hear about the first polar bear cub to be born in the UK in 25 years? Well, Hamish, born in late 2017, is a resident at Highland Wildlife Park, near Kingussie.
Located a 50-minute drive south of Inverness, the park is a great place for youngsters to spot a wide variety of animals.
It's not all about the adorable Hamish, though. From the arctic fox, Bactrian camel and European bison, to the grey wolf, Northern lynx and snow leopard, there are almost 30 different animals to see from the moment you turn up.
On arrival, overlooked by the Cairngorm Mountains, you will already be in the first of two drive-through reserves, where camels and yak roam free.
The main reserve - home to the bison, deer, elk and a variety of bird life - is accessible either in your own car or by boarding one of the park's guided Land Rover tours.
In Wolf Wood, which you explore on foot, there's a chance to meet the European wolf pack and the herd of European forest reindeer, while on the Woodland Walk you will find wildcats, owls and wild red squirrels among others.
Daily activities include the snow monkey scatter feed, wildcat talk, polar bear feed and talk, and Amur tigers talk.
Parking for blue badge holders is available close to the visitor centre free of charge, please present your badge to our car park attendant on arrival.
Yes, in the disabled toilets.
The park is accessible as possible to visitors who have walking difficulties and those using wheelchairs. Our location in the Highlands means that the site is steep in places.
Antlers Coffee Shop and the Oystercatcher are on site cafes.
Had a great time and will definitely go back.
We visited here as a family and had such a wonderful day with the animals. We would return.