You can spend a night with giraffes and white rhinos at West Midland Safari Park.

Bookings for the new giraffe and rhino lodge stays are now open.

The luxury accommodation includes overnight stays in lodges near the incredible animals.

Eight two-storey lodges will be ready to open their doors to guests from April 2022 and will offer a truly unforgettable and immersive wildlife experience.

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The Giraffe Lodges will allow guests to come eye-to-eye with the Park’s charismatic tower of giraffes, from the first-floor balcony, whilst the Rhino Lodges offer panoramic views of the white rhinos and safari.

The white rhino lodges will be the first of its kind in the UK, offering ground-level views of rhino grazing on the Safari.

Safari Lodges short breaks include breakfast and dinner, spectacular views of the animals, admission to the Park for two days and Theme Park wristbands, during the summer season.

Guests can now book their Giraffe or Rhino Lodge stay via the Safari Lodges website: where they can choose dates for the summer season.

Prices start from £490 per night based on two guests.

Speaking after planning was granted for the exciting new lodges, managing director, Chris Kelly said: "We're thrilled that planning has been granted for the next stage of our development.

“This will see new habitats, housing and facilities being built for our giraffes and white rhinos, enabling our brilliant team of wildlife keepers to continue the high standard of care they provide for our animals.

"Alongside the new animal facilities, we will be installing eight new lodges, four of which will offer spectacular views of the white rhinos, with the other half bringing you face-to-face with our beautiful giraffes, from the second-storey balconies.

"We're hoping that we have the same guest reaction for the new lodges as we had for our elephant and cheetah lodges and our Red Panda Cottages, which has been outstanding.

“We look forward to releasing more information on booking and an opening date, later in the year."