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Wolves, bears, panthers, chamois, marmots, lynx, deer, squirrels, otters, and foxes live in a semi-open environment at Parc Animalier des Pyrenees, 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 Pyrenees and other Ayzac-Ost attractions into our Ayzac-Ost trip itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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Parc ou tout le monde a sa place, idéal pour les enfants et les adultes, découverte d'animaux des Pyrénées et plus, avec les loups, les ours et les izards Pour les petits de pouvoir donner à manger au... more »Park where everyone has a place, ideal for children and adults, discovering animals from the Pyrenees and more, with wolves, bears and the izards for young kids to give to eat Groundhogs is just beautiful to see and review without moderation
Ce parc animalier est superbe et très bien entretenu ! Il y a beaucoup d'espèces d'animaux différents, donc aucun ennui pendant les 2-3 heures que dure la visite. A faire absolument si vous êtes dans ... more »This animal park is beautiful and very well maintained! There are many different animal species, so no trouble for 2-3 hours long visit. Not to be missed if you are in the area
Parking attenant au parc.Entree du parc adulte pour 18€ (à mon avis très correct )Vous commencez la visite par une reconstitution de scenes d'animaux naturalisés (très bien fait) Puis les reines du sp... more »Parking adjacent to the Park. Entered the adult Park for € 18 (in my opinion good) you start the tour by a re-enactment of scenes of naturalized animals (very well done) then the Queens of the show... The marmots. You want to go back to being kids to approach them and give them to eat. Super! You're still amazed at this show that you are in front of the bears. And once again, you take full eyes. The Park is so well done that your pleasure will not drop. Now, the healer give food to the wolves. They are a few meters away from you and you can ask him, he will inform you with pleasure. Everything is interesting in this park accessible to strollers with restore at the start point and point picnic halfway. Nice staff. If you want to see the animals of the mountain closely, this is the place to go! Good visit!
A fantastic animal park in the Pyrenees. Easy to get to and park and then a wonderful walk up the side of mountain on well paved paths. There are plenty of animals and birds to see, some up very close as you walk within their enclosures. There is a main resturant at the entrance (although you can pop out of the park, getting your receipt and hand stamped, to visit and then return) and a small cafe plus toilets about half way round. A great day out.
Good for kids, some small enclosures but it's a nice spot built into the hill. Good 5km walk.
Loved it. Well maintained and really a great place. Not your normal zoo by any means.
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.
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.
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