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A safari in Denmark: Knuthenborg Safaripark

When you think safari, Denmark certainly isn’t the first place that comes to mind. Little did I know, the Knuthenborg Safaripark is just a 1.5 hour drive away from Copenhagen – where we could get up-close with animals like zebras, donkeys, even camels (protected by our car windows of course hahaha).

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LARGEST WILD ANIMAL PARK IN NORTHERN EUROPE

The largest wild animal park in Northern Europe, the Knuthenborg Safaripark is a wildlife drive-through, where you get to drive your car within the various zones, where you get to interact with the free-roaming animals!

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What I loved about summer in Scandinavia

I’ve spoken plenty about our visit to Scandinavia last June, which was also summer time.¬†While there are the Northern Lights in the winter, you get to witness the Midnight Sun when you’re visiting Scandinavia in the summer.

Spending the winter in Scandinavia with the Northern Lights, dog-sleds, and ice hotels are popular travel stories we see everywhere, but spending the summer in countries like Norway, Sweden, and Copenhagen also has its winning points!

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Here’s what I loved about visiting Scandinavia in the summer:

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The poppy field that caught my eye

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Our first day in sweden.

We’d just landed in Copenhagen, and rented a car to drive our way to Sweden, where we were going to spend the first 4 days of our trip. Always really intrigued and excited when I’m in a new country for the first time, and even more so when it’s at the start of the holiday!

Just imagine my excitement when we drove past this entire field of poppy flowers! From a distance they looked like a huge sea of red, and I told my dad we had to get closer so I could see it. (Also to take photos of it.)

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