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Parc animalier des Pyrénées, Ayzac-Ost

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Wolves, bears, panthers, chamois, marmots, lynx, deer, squirrels, otters, and foxes live in a semi-open environment at Parc animalier des Pyrénées, where they are free to express their wild behavior. More than 100 species live in this 10-hectare (25-acre) natural park overlooking the Pyrénées mountain range. Children love the hands-on activities, such as feeding the marmots; there’s also a“footprints” path that teaches them to track and understand wild animals. In observation platforms at each enclosure, trainers to explain the lives of each animal and their biology, reproduction process, habits, and behavior. Fifteen separate sites explore animals from around the world. Put Parc animalier des Pyrénées and other Ayzac-Ost attractions into our Ayzac-Ost trip itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • The visit is arrow, the right course. Very well maintained, staff present but discreet. Our animal friends are very close. We go into some aviary, where curious arise on your shoulders or head. Pretty selfis. Details like the hand Sanitizer after the passage of the goats. Not present species are materialized by Dummies or animals said stuff, very realiste.mis in scene. Very nice place to visit again. Many school group or camp welcomed the year with small very fun activities. Despite the €18 per adult. We're having a good time...
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  • First visit to the Park, I loved. The Park has a view of a beautiful setting and proximity to animals is just superb.
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  • In recent years of visits, this park, and the direction he took, me disenchantment. It gives me the impression of visiting a Museum of the Performing Arts. The "Icons" or animals seem too locked, without life, really far away from their natural habitats. Such an unrealistic representation which gives barely see. Animals have a too small space. I was really touched by the passivity due to the capture.
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  • Excellent to visit particularly with kids. Should be OK even for those wary of zoos. Lots of space for the animals and the chance to see bears and flamingoes up close.
  • Absolutely fantastic place to visit. We went as a 3 generation family and everyone thought it was amazing. Lots to see and do. If you decide to feed the goats just be careful because it does feel like your being attacked from every direction - however my 2 year old daughter thought that was hysterical! The food choice is limited in the cafe but fairly reasonable and the do sell Ice cream and cold drinks which was very needed on such a hot day.
  • The price tag may make you hesitate but it is well worth it. Great family day out with young kids.
  • Great place to visit
  • Very well kept. Interactive as well ! Controlled feeding is allowed.
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