Amazona Zoo in Cromer, Norfolk, is one of the county’s most unique and fun days out where families can discover South American wildlife. The zoo is home to over 200 tropical animals including jaguars, monkeys, snakes, flamingos and tapirs.

It is committed to helping visitors discover nature and provide education on conservation issues. 

Highlights include a Feline Forest with ocelot, pumas and jaguar; a tropical house with spectacled caiman, anaconda snake and iguanas, as well as, Chilean flamingos and South American wildfowl.  In addition, discover Amazon parrots, macaws, squirrel monkeys, red-legged seriema and Geoffroy’s spider monkeys.

For the under 12’s there’s also a large, well-equipped, indoor soft play area, ‘Jungle Tumbles’, with slides, ropes, bridges, tunnels and interactive toys, as well as comfortable seating for parents.

Outside there’s an expansive well-equipped play area, Rainforest Springs and there are two large jumping pillows for hours of Braziliant bouncing fun!

The zoo is owned by the Cabbell-Manners family.

If you are an Annual Member of Amazona Zoo you will receive 50% off entry to nine other parks and zoos around the region.   See our news page for the details.



Imogen White - on-site Manager

Imogen joined Amazona Zoo back in 2008 when we first opened our doors. Before becoming our onsite manager, Imogen received a degree from Chester University in Animal Behaviour and Welfare and spent a year backpacking around South America, getting involved with various animal projects and visiting the Galapagos islands.

Imogen oversees the running of the zoo, including animal welfare, staff and the development of conservation.

The best part of her job? Spending time with the animals and keeping them healthy and happy.

Imogen's favourite animal? All the animals are different with their own personalities and special traits so Imogen can't choose. She loves them all!