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Ree Park Safari, Ebeltoft

(4.3/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Join the animal world--on foot, in a safari car, or on the back of a camel--at Ree Park Safari. The park is home to more than 800 animals of 80 species from five different continents. Giraffes, black rhinos, zebras, ostriches, gnus, and many other animals often come very close to the car on a Land Rover safari. In a hilly bush savannah region, see the cheetahs spotting antelope in a different area of the park. The park takes special care of endangered species, such as the European Bison, the very rare Sand Cat, and the African wild dog. Put Ree Park Safari into our Ebeltoft vacation planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Perfect place to oust a day. We always buy season tickets, for once is not enough. Can only recommend
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  • My boyfriend and I were in Ree park, a few years ago. It's cool how the Park is divided into areas, and how it seems as though the animals living there a little more on own merits.
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  • Nice experience Wildlife Park is designed in a way so as to get close to the animals it is also great to have the opportunity to get around in the park with land rover or took in addition, it is an experience to see how leoparderne pops up to the food that is hung up in the trees and how geparderne runs after their meat great day in the Park.
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  • It isn't THAT large, a zoo. Plenty for one day for kids, though. The optional safari stops occasionally, to lengthen the ride, sort of. As in all zoo, some animals with a large area can hide easily, leaving you disappointed. Train tickets can leave your family splitted between wagons, no seating administration by crew. IF you are well seated, the attractions are great though, and many great photos can be taken, animals seen. Camel riding is a bit hidden, and could be quite a wait. And be aware, that the lemur areas are forbidden with kids trolleys, open bags and beverage in hand. Ree Park Safari is well worth the visit, I enjoyed it. In high season, a train/safari combo is unavailable, but they are probably smart enough to pack one, eventually, as it gives a bad first impression.
  • Fun and interesting zoo. You can get very close to the animals. Train and Range Rover trips highly recommended. Food is expensive, but facilities to barbecue and bring your own food is plentiful.
  • Lovely place to spend a day. Not much shelter if it rains
  • Absolutely great and with love for the animals. A lot of space and all the beautiful and exciting animals you could ask for, like leopards, cheetah, tigers , giraffes, rhinos, lions, wolfs, bison, camels, bears and so so on. Wonderful and very charming park for all ages and both humans and animals.
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