Toronto Zoo roars in the new year

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Posted December 11, 2012 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

Travel Deal for December 11, 2012

vicky vacay deal of the dayLooking for an exciting way to bring in the new year? Why not start 2013 with a few new animal friends at the Toronto Zoo?

Check out the Americas & Australasia Pavilions, the Tundra Trek and some great entertainment including “That 60s Show” tribute band, Kung Fu Panda and Majinx Magic Show. Plus enjoy Meet & Greets with Kung Fu Panda’s “Po,” the WotWots and of course some WILD animals! Events begin at 5 pm and run until 8 pm when the Toronto Zoo will have its own Kids’ Countdown.

Ticket Pricing:

General (includes Adults & Seniors): $20
Children (4-12): $12
Children (3 & under): Free

Parking at the zoo is free.

Vacay.ca Recommends Toronto for Hazelton Spa

Taking the family to the Toronto Zoo is a great way to bring in the New Year “like a lion,” but afterwards you may want to enjoy 2013 like a “lamb.” And a great way to do that is at the Hazelton Spa, where Vacay.ca Visuals Editor Julia Pelish experienced the Vitality of the Glaciers facial treatment ritual.

Pelish: “First, I met with a Beauty Therapist who recommended the proper treatment. I changed into a plush robe and snuggled under the comfy blanket in a soothing room with dimned lighting and gentle music. My skin was cleansed and exfoliated with massaging movements and rich emollients scented with Bulgarian Rose extract.” Read more from the article “Why a Spa Visit is Like a Vacation.”

To get your Toronto Zoo New Year’s Ticket: Click here. Online registration is on a secure website. Credit card information is required. Once completed you will receive a confirmation number. Tickets and full information available at torontozoo.com. Call 416-392-5974 for more information.


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