Delve into after hours zoo-life and get the chance to see animal having dinner or bedding down for the night. A self-guided Safari Trail will lead you through a packed schedule of feeds and wild talks, performances in the Theatre of Life will reveal fascinating insights into unusual animal behaviours and once darkness has fallen you can relax with some live acoustic music in Safari Base Camp. A world food market will provide dinner for any hungry humans.
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I do like Sunset Safari but i'm starting to think 3 years in a row might be too much. It was good when it first launched (especially pre kids!) but the novelty of fairly expensive drinks in the zoo has worn a bit a thin. It is admittedly less crowded than a usual weekend, but you have to be aware that the animals start to go to bed from 9 so you have a couple of hours to fit prime animal viewing in. Also gorillas are asleep so no gorillas for you :(
The street food is lovely, but nothing that can't be found at Street Feast etc. For newbies i thoroughly recommend London Zoo lates, espech if you can get a discount, but for me I think this year was my last.
I do recommend checking out the new lion enclosure though- they have made it look pretty damn neat!