Enjoy a day out at Durrell Wildlife Park
Founded over 50 years ago by the late author and naturalist Gerald Durrell, Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust is a sanctuary to over 130 endangered species and is one of the most popular things to do in Jersey.
No visit to Jersey is complete without a day at Durrell Wildlife Park, where you can see over 1,400 mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians in 32 acres of beautiful gardens and parkland.
Among the endangered species at Durrell are three generations of Sumatran orang-utans; the mighty 'Badongo', the Western Lowland gorilla and his family; a Madagascan gentle lemur community; Brazilian black-lion tamarins and silvery marmosets in open woodland.
Local attractions and things to do in the area may not be open all year round and may require pre-booking. Please check the attraction website before visiting to avoid disappointment.