As a visitor, you will experience several different actions to ensure that we can take good care of each other and that we can follow all applicable guidelines.
You can safely visit Scandinavian Wildlife Park. Here you will find 470,000 m2 of authentic danish nature, lots of air and plenty of space to enjoy an outing with the familiy and at the same time follow all the guidelines from the National Board of Health.
We are open
Most of Scandinavian Wildlife Park looks the same, but there are a few changes. Several places in the park you will meet signs that will remind all of us all to adhere to a few simple guidelines. You will also se lots of hand sanitizer dispensers, plexiglass plates at the cashiers and distance markers.
According to a requirement from the authorities, all guests over the age of 14 must be able to present a valid corona passport.
A corona passport is either:
- Documentation of having been vaccinated at least 2 weeks before your visit
- A negative corona test (either a PCR tests or quick tests), which is max. 72 hours old
- A positive corona test (PCR test), which is min. 14 days and max. 8 months old
A corona passport can be shown in different ways:
- Corona passport app, read more about the app here
- Other documentation for vaccination or test result, either digital or physical. An officially issued ID (eg health card, driver’s license or passport) must be presented at the same time
Are you in need of a corona test? Find testcenters and opening hours here (in danish).
Please have both corona passport and ID ready before you arrive at the register. This will help prevent queues.
The following are excluded from the requirement to present a negative test:
- Children up to and including 14 years
- Individuals who, for medical reasons, should not have a covid-19 test performed
- Persons who should not have a covid-19 test due to a physical or mental disability
Do you need to book in advance?
You are not allowed to feed the fallow deer and goats
Although there is no indication that deer and goats can be infected with Corona, many guests come in physical contact with our deer and goats when they are hand-fed. We have therefore decided to be extra careful.We will continuously assess the situation and possibly open up hand feeding during the season