Bristol’s unique corporate wildlife experience

Camp Baboon at Wild Places Bristol

The newly opened Camp Baboon at Wild Place Project near Bristol is offering businesses a unique and exclusive opportunity to take staff or clients away for a night in the company of giraffe, zebras, cheetahs and baboons.

Its 10 luxury cabins sit in the stunning surroundings of the ancient woods at Wild Place Project, off junction 17 of the M5, just yards from some of the most exotic animals on Earth.

The experience offers exclusive use of Camp Baboon.

Corporate guests at Camp Baboon can enjoy:

Exclusive use and access to the entire Camp Baboon site:

Private twilight and morning tours of the park with park rangers

Bushcraft activities

Dinner at the Courtyard Café

Team building opportunities

The chance to toast marshmallows over a fire pit in the evening

All-inclusive breakfast with our giraffe in their new £1 million Giraffe House before the park opens to the public

Private all-day use of the stunning Giraffe Boardroom, in the new giraffe house, either on the day of arrival or the following day

Specially designed team building quiz, either on the day of arrival or the following day

Opportunities to feed animals

The cabins are individually furnished; nine have a double bedroom and two single bunk beds and the tenth has two double beds. All have an en-suite shower room.

They surround a mesmerizing fire pit where guests can toast delicious marshmallows and socialise as the sun sets.

Wendy Walton, commercial director at Wild Place Project said: “This is a unique opportunity for a company’s clients or team members to experience something truly inspiring.

“The bushcraft activities,  the personal tours led by our expert rangers and the ability to get so close to some amazing animals is something really special and spending a night in this unique setting is something people will remember forever.”

Camp Baboon is available for corporate bookings from Sunday to Thursday inclusive. For more information about visiting Wild Place Project visit the website at www.wildplace.org.uk

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