Amazu is an enchanting area within the Chessington World of Adventures Zoo. With its lush greenery, streams, and waterfalls, it is not hard to see why Amazu is a favourite spot among visitors.
One of the highlights of Amazu is the Treetop Adventure play area, which is a must-visit for children and adults alike. The play area is designed like a treehouse with multiple levels of obstacles, slides, and tunnels. Children can climb, swing, and slide their way through the treehouse.
Another attraction is the Monkey Walk-through exhibit, which features different species of monkeys. Visitors can walk through the exhibit and observe the monkeys as they play, interact, and swing from branch to branch. The monkeys’ playful and curious nature is sure to entertain visitors with their lively antics.
Aside from the monkeys, there are other animals that call Amazu their home. Visitors can observe the Saki Monkey, Geoffroy’s Marmoset and Raccoons. They are fascinating creatures that visitors can learn about and appreciate during their visit.
In conclusion, Amazu is a wonderful area within the Chessington Zoo. With its Treetop Adventure play area, and Monkey Walk-through exhibit. Visitors are sure to have a memorable experience learning about the animals and the importance of preserving their habitat.
Rides & Attractions
There are a host of rides & attractions throughout Chessington World of Adventures. The rides in this area are detailed below, for more information on the other attractions at the park, please click here.
Bolivian Squirrel Monkey
- The Squirrel Monkey is a small, arboreal primate native to the forests of Bolivia, known for its distinctive white or yellowish-orange underbelly.
Cuban Rock Iguana
- This Iguana is a species of lizard found in rocky areas of Cuba. They are herbivorous and have a distinctive bumpy skin texture.
- Geoffroy's Marmoset is a tree-dwelling primate from South America. Known for their black & white fur and claw-like nails used for climbing.
- The raccoon is a North American mammal with a black mask around its eyes and a ringed tail. It is adaptable and intelligent.
- The Red-Footed Tortoise is a South American species known for its reddish-orange scales on its legs and head. They can live up to 50 years.
- The Saki Monkey is a South American primate with shaggy fur and hairless face, lives in trees and active during the day.
- The Spider Monkey is a Central and South American primate with long limbs and a prehensile tail, used for climbing.
- The Three-Banded Armadillo is a small South American armadillo that can roll up into a ball when threatened.