Rainforest Animals

The Rainforest-themed area at Chessington World of Adventures is home to a diverse range of animals. They are sure to capture the imagination of visitors of all ages. Two of the most fascinating animals in this area are the Ring-Tailed Coati and the Sulcata Tortoise.

Jungle Rangers gives those little wilderness explorers an opportunity to become real-life rangers. Discovering some fantastic animals and interactive features. Even driving right on past the animal inhabitants of the area, with the Coati being able to pass right overhead.

Visitors can explore the lush foliage and observe the animals as they interact with each other and their environment. Whether you’re a wildlife enthusiast or simply looking for a fun day out. Rainforest at Chessington World of Adventures is sure to provide an unforgettable experience.

Ring-Tailed Coati

The Ring-Tailed Coati, also known as the South American Coati. A member of the raccoon family and is native to Central and South America. These small, agile animals have long, thin snouts that they use to search for food. Which can include insects, fruits, and small animals. Their most distinctive feature is their long, ringed tail, which they use for balance and communication. Visitors to the Rainforest at Chessington World of Adventures can observe the Ring-Tailed Coati. As they forage for food and play with each other in their fun-filled habitat.

Sulcata Tortoise

These large, African tortoises can weigh up to 200 pounds and can live for over 100 years. They have thick, scaly skin that protects them from predators. And they spend much of their time basking in the sun to regulate their body temperature. Visitors to the Rainforest at Chessington World of Adventures can marvel at the impressive size of these tortoises. Learning about their unique adaptations that allow them to survive in the harsh African climate.