Africa Alive

Africa Alive Whites Lane Kessingland nr Lowestoft Suffolk NR33 7TF

Enjoy a walking family safari at one of the UK's largest and most exciting wildlife attractions, set in 100 acres of dramatic coastal parkland. Get close to the animals and discover the sights, sounds and smells of the world's most vibrant and exciting continent. Discover giraffes, rhinos, cheetahs, hyenas and hundreds more African animals and birds. Africa Alive! is committed to conservation and education.

BioBlitz 1st Jul, 2021 - 30th Sep, 2021
Terry Hornsey to leave ZSEA 10th Mar 2021 After almost 28 years, Terry Hornsey (Animal Manager) has made the difficult decision to leave Zoological Society of East Anglia.
Zoological Society of East Anglia contributes to conservation through Ural owl reintroduction project 1st Sep 2020 ZSEA is delighted to announce its contribution to the Germany-based Ural Owl reintroduction project
Zoological Society of East Anglia (ZSEA) reopens their doors to the public 9th Jul 2020 On Saturday 4 July the Zoological Society of East Anglia (ZSEA), which runs Banham Zoo in Norfolk and Africa Alive! in Suffolk, reopened their doors to…
ZSEA donates £25,000 to vital rhino conservation 13th Feb 2020 The Zoological Society of East Anglia have donated £25,000 to ‘Save the Rhino International’ to support vital rhino conservation in Africa.
It’s as easy as ABC… a guide to STEM learning at ZSEA Africa Alive! and Banham Zoo 14th Dec 2017 How should we engage the next generation to learn more about animals and nature? STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths and more specifically, refers to a type of learning that is both applied and cross-curricular. Well look no further
BIAZA member projects receive Royal endorsement in Madagascar 30th Oct 2017 Conservation work being carried out by a number of BIAZA members in Madagascar have recently received royal endorsement when the Princess Royal visited their projects during a tour of the island in October.
Rare baby at Africa Alive! 21st Mar 2017 On the 17th of February staff at Africa Alive! were overjoyed to find a very welcome addition to the park’s family of drill monkeys.