Situated overlooking the spectacled bear enclosure at Port Lympne, Bear Lodge offers families and friends the ultimate glamping getaway, with entry to the 600 acre Reserve and sister park, Howletts near Canterbury included!
Bear Lodge is a secure glamping site in the Reserve with onsite parking, a clubhouse and play area surrounded by 19 luxury tents, sleeping 6 to 8 people. The tents are equipped with power, lighting, kitchen essentials, solid wood furniture, comfy beds, en suite facilities and private veranda’s – ideal for enjoying the glorious sunset views and listening to the sounds of the animals as they settle down for the evening.
After spending the day exploring Kent’s largest wild animal park, spotting amazing animals on safari and watching the antics of the three adorable lion cubs, you can enjoy dinner at the beautifully decorated Bear Lodge Clubhouse, before sinking into bed to sleep under the stars.
You can also opt to make your stay even wilder when you book additional adventures including Ranger guided safaris and animal encounters!
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