Love camping but can’t ditch your creature comforts? Well, River Safari is now offering you the best of both worlds.
Camping within the world’s largest freshwater aquarium…glamourously.
Or glamping, as some might call it.
You Can Now Glamp in River Safari With Animals from $699 Per Tent
If you’re not a fan of staycations (after all, staying enclosed in a four-wall hotel room and a four-wall home doesn’t make much of a difference, right?), River Safari is now giving you a chance to grab a tent and stay the night sleeping next to the sea creatures at the aquarium.
Called Glamping With The Manatees, it’s a 2D1N underwater glamping adventure with exclusive fun-filled wildlife adventures during the day and an intimate experience with Canala and her family at night.
The programme will take place from 21 to 27 Dec 2020 (last check-out on 28 Dec 2020) from 3pm to 10am daily.
Each tent costs S$699 and can accommodate up to 4 pax. P/S: The usual price is $1,400.
According to the River Safari highlights, there are several highlights in the programme that might just interest you.
Other than the glamping portion of the programme, you’ll also take part in never-experienced before adventures and enjoy guided tours and exclusive animal interactions when you’re there.
This includes an exclusive interaction with the keeper of the Squirrel Monkey Forest
A meet-and-greet opportunity with a mystery animal friend in the evening
More meetups with adorable animal stars
And a nice stroll along the rivers from below
Do take note that you’re only allowed to visit part of the parks included in your itinerary.
Due to Covid-19, they will only have a maximum of 16 participants per session and the minimum age for participation is 5 years old.
Each person under 21 years old must be accompanied by at least one person above 21 years old, and each tent must have an adult.
Unfortunately, this programme is not eligible for the SingapoRediscovers Vouchers although each tent will have a complimentary parking pass.
Do note that while amenities like toilets, water dispensers, blankets and pillows are provided, you’ll have to bring along your own towels and amenities bags.
Food will be provided and there’ll be electricity within the tent so you will not have any issues with your phone dying during your stay.
The tents will be set up in an air-conditioned area as well.
Staff will be deployed on-site to help in case of any emergency and a certified first-aider will be there as well in case anything happens.
You can visit their website here to find out more.
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