Went to Durrell with the family over Easter, as always a treat for the kids and with new babies and the bears to see we had a very enjoyable few hours. Keep up the good work.
In January 2014, Joe M said:
I always visit Durrell when in Jersey, great way to spend a few hours and always something new to see. I love Durrell's commitment to breeding endangered species.
In July 2012, Juliet E said:
I was brought up on Durrell’s books a firm family favourite and this is my second visit to Jersey and the park. It’s more beautiful and a great testament to a great
man's vision. Keep up the good work.
In July 2012, Sue and Guy said:
Despite the rain a wonderful day fell in love with the gorillas. The staff are fantastic polite and very helpful.
In July 2012, Family from Guernsey said:
Brilliant we had a great afternoon very impressed with all the animals /conservation set up well done to all staff here.
In July 2012, Family from the UK said:
Fab day attended all 5 talks – Fiona was super informative. Made my holiday.
In July 2012, M.W. Scotland said:
Superb, was last here early 90s so many changes and improvements enjoyed every second of my visit.
In June 2012, Paul J said:
I can see why Durrell has such a great reputation, we visited during a recent holiday and while the weather was not very good we really enjoyed our visit and wish Durrell well in their on-going efforts to save endangered species.
In February 2012, Nigel k said:
I have been a regular visitor to Durrell for years and allways enjoy my visits. I love the new cafe.
Durrell is a wonderful organisation and a great asset to Jersey. What better way to spend a few hours on a nice day,there is always something going on of interest. Durrell needs our support, why not take out an annual membership so that you can visit whenever you wish?
A magical place to visit, and each visit presents a wealth of new experiences. You can spend a whole day or just half an hour and come away truly inspired by the visionary work that Gerald Durrell started over 50 years ago in his fight to conserve wildlife and habitats worldwide.
As a 17 year old, budding conservationist the zoo is a wonderful place to visit and understand how animals are being saved from extinction. It is suitable for all ages and is a fantastic day out for the whole family, and much can be learned in a fun, relaxed environment.
Durrellʼs is a truly world class tourist attraction that both young and old can enjoy. As a regular visitor to their Trinity headquaters I am always impressed by the way in which Durrellʼs can make the care of the animals their prime objective while at the same time providing their human guests with the opporunity to enjoy the animals in a lovely parkland setting.
Durrell are a wonderful organisation that have done so much for wildfile conservation as a result of both their captive breeding progam in Jersey and their work in saving endangered species in the wild. As a regular visitor to their wildlife park in Trinity I can recommend a visit so that you can learn more about what they are doing, see the animals and also have a great day out!