Imagine spending a night at one of the world’s oldest zoos in a secluded safari lodge and sharing your breakfast with gorillas the next morning! The Bristol Zoo ( in England, has come up with this unique concept for visitors. The boutique lodge (maximum occupancy four persons, including children) consist of two bedrooms, a dining room, a living room, a terrace with views of the Zoological Gardens and an additional room with a sofa-bed. The overnight package, which costs $1,510.65, includes entrance to the Bristol Zoo Gardens for two days, an overnight stay at the lodge, complimentary tickets to the Wild Place Project, a private evening tour led by one of the zoo keepers, an animal feeding experience, a four course meal cooked by a personal chef, and breakfast with gorillas. 

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