A set of luxury lodges where visitors can watch elephants and cheetahs is set to open in 2021.
The eight lodges will be built at West Midland Safari Park, and guests will be able to stay overnight amongst the wildlife.
Each room will have direct views of both its African elephants’ and cheetahs’ habitats.
The site for the lodges is in the process of being built, each one will include open-plan living room with a dining area, spacious bedrooms and a bathroom.
There will also be outdoor seating, so when it’s warm you can sit outside and get up-close and personal with the wildlife, The Mirror reports.
Out of the eight lodges, two will be offering views of the cheetahs, also featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and eye-catching interiors.
As if that’s not enough to make this a bucket list stay, guests will also be treated to heaps of extra perks when they book short breaks, including a chef to whip up delicious meals, exclusive views of the animals, and of course, admission to the Safari Park and its attractions.
The safari lodges were originally planned to open in summer 2020 but this has been pushed back due to the pandemic, with a new opening date planned for February 2021.
Bookings haven’t yet opened and the park has remained tight-lipped about how much stays will cost, but if you are interested then it’s worth keeping an eye on the West Midland Safari Park website for more updates.