Paradise Park

Wildlife Sanctuary • Cornwall

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Welcome to Paradise Park

We look forward to welcoming you to our Cornish Paradise! Over 130 species of birds (over 1,200 birds) including Caribbean Flamingos, Humboldt's Penguins, stunning macaws, plus beautiful Red Pandas, rare Red Squirrels, playful Asian Otters, miniature donkeys and a variety of farm animals.

Booking Essential.

You can book for the PARK & JUNGLEBARN or just PARK ONLY.

Great fun for all the family and all ages. With free flying birds (weather permitting) and great indoor play (please book relevant tickets).

Booking information here

Donate towards the birds and animals at the Park with the new 'Donate to a Species' feature.

Help support the birds and animals with donations for special food treats like brazil nuts and much more.

See the special page here

Red Panda Experience wins GOLD in the Cornwall Tourism Awards

The amazing award-winning Red Panda Experience will be starting again soon.

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Find out what's on daily plus information on our current safety measures.

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Explore the grounds on your own dinosaur expedition.

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Take a look at our new Donate to a Species feature and help to support Paradise Park.

More info here

A great day out!

Your family will love a day in Paradise on your Cornwall holiday. Our Award-winning wildlife sanctuary offers so much for all the family.

Situated in Hayle on Cornwall’s north coast, five miles from the holiday resort of St Ives and seventeen miles from Land’s End.

You’ll meet amazing wildlife, including stunningly colourful birds including many rare and beautiful parrots, Humboldt’s penguins, Caribbean flamingos, Red-billed Cornish choughs, Golden and Bald eagles, kookaburras, hornbills, cranes and so many more. A dedicated team of Zoo Keepers care for over 1,200 birds plus, beautiful Red pandas, rare Red squirrels and playful Asian otters and farm animals, there is a wonderful selection to see. Many species are in conservation breeding programmes.

Watch our breeding group of Humboldt’s Penguins

We have set up a webcam in the enclosure and we hope you enjoy seeing them going about their daily life at Paradise Park.

Twice Daily feeding

Check our 'News and Events' section for more webcams including Flamingos!

Our Latest News

Paul Hall Vet Blog at Paradise Park

The latest news from behind the scenes

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Park hosts meeting on illegal wildlife trade

Paradise Park and World Parrot Trust met with George Eustice MP, Secretary of State for the Environment before G7 event

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