Penguin Bay

The Penguin Bay exhibit at Chessington World of Adventures is a fantastic attraction for animal lovers of all ages. Located within their home are Humboldt Penguins. Their habitat features a spacious pool, crashed aeroplane, and a ship-styled seating area used for animal talks and feeds.

Humboldt Penguins are a South American species that are known for their distinctive black-and-white markings. As well as their playful and social behaviour. At Chessington, visitors can watch these fascinating creatures as they swim and play in the pool. Interacting with each other and their environment.

The Humboldt Penguin play an essential role in conservation efforts for the species. Penguins face a variety of threats in the wild, including habitat loss, climate change, and overfishing. By showcasing these incredible animals to the public. The park raises awareness about the threats facing penguins and the importance of conservation efforts.

In addition to raising awareness about conservation efforts, Penguin Bay is an enjoyable and educational experience for visitors. Watching these entertaining creatures swim and interact with each other is a truly magical experience.