If you’ve ever dreamed of a safari experience where you feel almost alone with 200 zoo animals, now is your golden opportunity as Canberra’s award-winning Jamala Wildlife Lodge reopens to local residents only.
The staged relaxation of government restrictions from last Friday 15 May, means that, for a limited time only, residents of the Canberra region have exclusive access to booking some Jamala rooms.
While the National Zoo and Aquarium remains closed to visitors, Jamala’s itinerary has been modified in line with current regulations. The positive news is, that means it will be virtually just you and the animals (plus a few other guests and some staff).
During your 20-hour stay, you will be among a mere handful of guests ‘living’ in the middle of a zoo, surrounded by some of the most magnificent and endangered animals on earth.
When you’re ready, simply retire to your luxuriously appointed room and watch the exotic creatures roaming just outside your window or beyond your balcony.
Due to social distancing restrictions, for the first time ever you will have the opportunity to enjoy Jamala’s renowned gourmet dining, accompanied by fine wines and Moet, in the privacy of your own room, as neighbouring big cats, sun bears or giraffes look on. Or, if booking limits haven’t been filled, dining in the restaurant is back on the menu, where you’ll probably be joined by the white lions and hyenas.
Either way, your stay at Jamala Wildlife Lodge is sure to be memorable, and your night punctuated by the jungle sounds of roaring lions or chattering monkeys.
These unprecedented times are the catalyst for a unique opportunity to create a truly memorable experience, the likes of which may never be repeated.
This exclusive offer is only for a limited time over a select number of nights. Bookings for families with children aged six years and over are welcome, subject to suitable room availability.
Jamala is still taking bookings for the standard itinerary from mid-June 2020.
Please note, temporary modifications to the itinerary are subject to change with further easing of COVID-19 related restrictions.
This editorial was created in partnership with Jamala Wildlife Lodge. For more information on sponsored partnerships, click here.