REQUIREMENT FOR A NEGATIVE CORONAVIRUS TEST
All guests must present a negative coronavirus test that is no more than 72 hours old, as well as an ID issued by a public authority.
This means you have to bring:
- Documentation of a negative antigen test (quick test) or a negative PCR test which is no more than 72 hours old when you arrive at Knuthenborg. The documentation can be showed electronically or on paper, and must include the test person’s name, the time of the test and the test result. Find the nearest test centre here.
- ID in the form of a passport, driving license, medical card or other identity card issued by the public authorities.
The following persons are exempt from the requirement to present tests
- Children aged under 15
- Persons who, for medical reasons or due to a physical or mental disability, should not have a Covid-19 test done
- Persons who have previously been infected with Covid-19 and are able to present documentation of a positive Covid-19 test which was taken between 14 days and 180 days before arrival at Knuthenborg
- People who have been vaccinated and is able to present a valid coronapas (this is only valid 14 days after the last dose is received) and an ID issued by a public authority.
We encourage all guests to purchase date-specific tickets online so we have an overview of how many guests we can expect on each day. You save up to 35% compared to buying tickets at the gate.
Guidelines within the park
- Food sales in the park are taking place as takeaway. This means you can easily buy delicious, freshly prepared food when you visit us, but you can’t eat it in the restaurant. Instead, you can enjoy the food in the park, where we’ve set up extra tables and benches a good distance from each other. You can also have a picnic on the grass. Just remember to keep your distance from other guests and to comply with the current assembly ban. See the menus here.
- In Abebussen (The Monkey Bus), only 10 guests are allowed at a time, and they must wear face masks. Therefore, guests should be aware that extra waiting time may occur. Thank you for your patience.
- In some parts of the playground, a maximum of 10 people in total can assemble.
We request that all guests comply with the current guidelines from the authorities
- Keep a safe distance from other guests
- Use hand sanitiser
- Wear a face mask indoors and on rides
- Observe the assembly ban and other applicable guidelines
We very much hope for your understanding, as the guidelines are a legal necessity for us to stay open.
Specifically re. Knuthenborg Camp
You can still book overnight accommodation in Knuthenborg Camp, as our luxury safari tents and cabins have their own showers, toilets and kitchens. All tents are thoroughly cleaned after each visit and there is plenty of distance to the neighbouring tent, so no one will get too close to each other – you will only be near your own family. You also make your own food. If you have ordered barbecue packages, these will be ready for you when you arrive.
In addition to our normal, thorough cleaning of all tents and cabins in Knuthenborg Camp, all surfaces, touch points and switches are disinfected after each stay. All mattresses have a full cover which is also disinfected after each stay. Hand sanitiser is of course available in all tents and at all barbecue huts in the camp areas.
In the event that the authorities shut down Knuthenborg Camp during the period for which you have booked accommodation, or if you test positive for Covid-19, you can choose to be rebooked for another day in the 2021 season.
We hope for your understanding and patience, and look forward to welcoming you to a wild experience in Northern Europe’s largest safari park.