Overnight in the wildlife habitat

Ostriches, antelopes, giraffes ... are wild animals you can see when you wake up if you spend the night at the Chester zoo hotel in England in the future.

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Chester Zoo is planning to build a new tourist destination to attract visitors. The project, called Grasslands, is scheduled to launch in 2022. Accordingly, in the project area, the zoo plans to recreate various habitats, inspired by the African plain for the animals.
Chester zoo
The highlight of the project will be a vast grassland, home to rare and endangered animals such as giraffes of the Rothschild genus, Grevy zebra, ostrich, antelope ... All these animals will live together here.
Chester zoo
Animals like cranes, vultures, sharks and falcons are also located nearby. Inside the hotel, a special room will be built so guests can come across some of the smaller creatures living on African grasslands like the naked mole.
Chester zoo
This is a tourist destination that takes visitors closer to the animal's habitat. Overnight accommodation is the first construction of the zoo. The planned African-style hotel has 42 rooms, including guesthouses and tents. It promises to bring a memorable experience for visitors when waking up with wildlife.
Chester zoo
According to the BBC, guests who come here to rest can register for night and early morning tours. If you do not have the time to spend the night, you should visit the unique restaurant here to enjoy the cuisine, while watching the vast scenery and habitat of animals.
Chester zoo
Overnight guests have access to special tours. This construction project has been approved by competent people. However, the plan is in need of final confirmation on the zoo's drainage problem. Jamie Christon, Zoo CEO, said: "This new point will be a place to bring extraordinary experiences. The project hopes to contribute to strengthening the position of one of the world's most interesting places of Chester Zoo ".
Chester zoo
It is also expected to inspire a new generation of conservationists. With advanced conservation breeding facilities for endangered African animals, Grasslands will push world-class animal care boundaries. Chester is currently the UK's most visited zoo with over 27,000 animals.

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