It is not easy to travel with children, but you would like to show the world to him or her so much! If you have a feeling that you have already seen everything possible in Copenhagen, and you still have some energy to perceive and learn something new, I offer you to arrange a family guided tour across the Denmark based on the following routes:
1. A trip to Legoland and the waterpark Lalandia. In Legoland everything is made of Lego building blocks – models of the world-known buildings, fairy heroes and even animals and birds – namely, over 40 million blocks. Nearby there is the largest indoor waterpark in Denmark - Lalandia, which is also advised to be visited, as you have already come here. Read more about the trip to Legoland and Lalandia here.
2. A trip to the shipbuilding museum and the village of Vikings in Roskilde (Vikingeskibsmuseet Roskilde). In the village of Vikings local enthusiasts show their tribute to history, creating replicas of Viking ships. The Vikings museum displays various items of their uneven lives: swords, helmets, armours, axes, teeth of sea creatures, skates made of wild animal bones, as well as dishware of the time. Read more about the trip to shipbuilding museum here.
3. Trip to the mysterious Kronborg castle (Kronborg slot). This magnificent, severe and inaccessible at first sight castle was erected over 600 years ago. Shakespeare, despite the fact that he had never been to the castle, managed to describe it in his Hamlet tragedy in the way that this place is still visited by over 200 000 tourists per year. Read more about the trip to Kronborg castle here.
Would you like to see wild animals in their natural habitat? Then set off to the Givskud safari park. Animals from five continents are collected here - elephants, camels, wolves, lamas, bulls, ostriches, hippopotami and rhinoceroses, and many other fauna representatives – live free range on a vast area, and feel at home. Well, for you to feel safe, it will be offered to watch the animals and birds from the bus or mini-train windows. While travelling around the park you can walk, but only in the areas marked on the map. In the safe distance you will see gorillas and chimpanzees, roan antilopes and pygmy hippopotami.
Take a break during the safari and let the children enjoy freedom. In the Indian camp they can bake bread on the fire or play Wild West gold diggers, mining and washing gold. Besides, there is an opportunity to take a trip on a children’s train around safari, and feed exotic animals from the train window during the trip.
Domestic goats walk freely around the park, they are not afraid of people and will be really pleased if children also want to pat and feed them. For the youngest there is also plenty to do, since in the park there are lots of children’s playgrounds of different complexity. For the older children there is an opportunity to feel as if they were chimpanzees, climb ropes, trees and other wood climbing facilities.
The most interesting and cognitive hours in the park are those when animals are fed. From 10 September to 14 October feeding is shown at weekends only. From 23 June to 12 August there is also additional monkey and otter feeding.
Video about the park:
Animal feeding hours: 10:00 (at weekends) – lions 12:00 (on Wednesday) – smaller lion area 12:30 – camels 13:00 – elephants 13:30 – monkeys 14:00 – otters 14:30 – lemurs 15:00 – African savannah dwellers 15:30 – gorillas.
Tour length: 12 hours*.
Tour price: 630 euros for 2 adults and a child (under 11). The tour price includes the transfer via the paid bridge Copenhagen – Give (safari park) – Copenhagen, entrance tickets, and guide’s services during the tour. Please note! When ordering the tour 50% advance payment is required as both park tickets are booked beforehand. Food and drinks are at extra cost.
Specifics of the tour: fauna in all its manifestations, so close that you can nearly touch it, picturesque nature, a wide variety of animals – this is what you can expect when visiting this park. Of course, you need comfortable footwear and clothes.
* It is recommended to combine the trip to the safari park with a visit to the largest waterpark in Denmark – Lalandia or a visit to the most famous theme park – Legoland. In this case, a trip to the safari park can last 1 or 2 days visiting Legoland or even 3 days – also visiting the largest waterpark in Denmark – Lalandia. The tour price is calculated individually.
Send your requests to our e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +45 23 41 56 09 and we will make you visit to Copenhagen unforgettable. Do not forget to indicate the desired date of the tour, the name of the hotel, where the plan to live in Copenhagen, the number of participants and your mobile phone for communication. You request will be replied within 24 hours.