Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Félicien, Saint-Felicien
(4.5/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web)
Pay a visit to one of Quebec's largest zoos, Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Félicien. Established in 1960, the zoo features more than 75 animal species from all over the world. Roam the trails to see animals wandering in spacious habitats, divided into themes by ecosystem and continent. Learn about the forest and ocean species, such as seals, otters, eagles, and wolverines, or see animals native to Japan, India, and Mongolia. You can take the kids to the farm animal petting zoo, ride a train through the nature park where animals roam free, or view the zoo's biggest attraction, the polar bears. Plan to visit Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Félicien and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Saint-Felicien attractions using our Saint-Felicien itinerary planner.
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  • If you switch to st Félicien, stop you at the Zoo. We had an amazing time. This is the several reasons, firstly we feel that pets are loved and very well maintained, then we had a great time chatting with the naturalists and trainers who do not hesitate to take time for you to give information about the different animals. We feel that they enjoy talking to you. It is true that we are in October and that it is not a lot of person. But thanks to them for their kindness and their availability. We thought stay 2 at 3: 00 and we remain 6: 00... Yes the White bear seems alone, but we have learned that the two females were isolated to have normally small, and that a project is underway to review its enclosure, as well as that of seals. The visit by train is fine. Recommend if you go by the.
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  • Incredibly well done! Snacks of animal sessions are a real show in addition to give very interesting info on the animals. We had the opportunity to admire the strength of the Tigers very closely, swimming to a polar bear, the young black bears games in front of their mother and touch the humps of a camel. We stayed the day and it did not pass the time! To also do the winter to see the animals on the snow.
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  • Great Park! We went there on 29 October, the eve of the closing for the season. We had the Park almost as for us! And despite this staff is very welcoming and dynamic, animations (snacks of animals) are maintained (apart from the small animal farm which was closed). The ballad by train is great! We had the chance to see many animals. The BIG downside: the enclosure of the polar bear... It's really too small and polar bear to very large stereotypies... He has walked in the same way, on the same path all the time of our visit... We passed several times (because we really feel for him) and each time he was doing the same lap... We got the impression that he is there to attract visitors and his well-being after... This was our big disappointment especially as all other animals have beautiful enclosure with plenty of room
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  • Awesome place. Must visit if u r in the region . Loved the boreal. Very beautiful and gives a huge loving feeling of nature. Must see in life time.
  • Beautiful zoo, you will pass unforgotable moments, it's sure. This is one of my favorite places in the world :) . We go there at least threee times a year. You have the zoo, the train to go see the animals in the natural habitat, the sensorial movie abouot the boreal forest and if you still have time, you can see a commercial movie. You won't be disappointed
  • Great place, i would recommend it. Only don't excpect to see Caribous and/or Mooses. (Which was a deception for me)
  • The zoo is superb and feels natural. The balad is really interesting well worth the price. By far the best attraction in Lac St-Jean.
  • Very small zoo. The train is essential in making it worth while. Way too expensive compare to other Canadian zoos.