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Zoo de Champrepus, Champrepus

(4.5/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
Make your visit to Zoo de Champrepus special by watching giraffes, lemurs, otters, penguins, and other residents munch on their favorite snacks. Ask about feeding times when you enter. This massive zoo features aquatic shows for the entire family, a botanical garden with eight different landscape environments, and six areas representing faraway continents. Visit the lions in the tropical area, monkeys in the Asia enclosure, lemurs in the Madagascar area, and giraffes in the Africa environment. Children can learn all about penguins interactively with Nono the Penguin. You also can watch aquatic animals swim in the huge glass-walled pool. To visit Zoo de Champrepus and other attractions in Champrepus, use our Champrepus travel itinerary maker.
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  • We spent a wonderful day at the zoo late February. Despite the bad weather the animals were to go with the smile. The enclosures are large and clean. More an extension of Asia is underway. It is very pleasant to see some 'live' animals IE being able to return to their workspaces. There are many places to enjoy a picnic but also of the restoration on the spot. Playgrounds are probably one more for families. The staff is very welcoming and gives good advice. In short, we will be back and highly recommend a visit.
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  • At every school holidays, when we have our small children they claim the Park De Champrepus! It's a place beautiful, magical; the scenery is very beautiful, very neat with a beautiful botanical part well labeled, the aisles are perfect for strollers! As for the animals: of course they are in captivity... But they are endangered animals from poachers, men etc..; In the park they have spaces, are treated well: evidence? they breed there. We were there in the beginning of the winter holiday, under the rain (we are in the round), so very few visitors and these animals seemed interested by our visit, under umbrella! We had was a demonstration of balance on wire by the gibbon, by red pandas at white head, who, usually sleep and who look at us as if we were strange animals! The funniest visit? The space of the lemurs: they were bored too and came to our feet in frolicking and rummage in the stroller! Then the Panthers with 3 young born last July and who played like big cats, and the lion and jaguars, giraffes, the Savannah etc... I'm starting to know by heart but I can not get enough! And no, it's not expensive because what maintenance, food, care etc... We gotta go!!!
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  • As the weather was gloomy I thought I take the kids to the zoo and a bad idea under a small drizzle. Animals have small pens in general and nothing really outstanding. €15 in winter to see animals that do not breathe the joy I find it quite excessive. However the Park is very well kept but cut in two by the main road bad value for money in February
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  • A lovely zoo with the opportunity to walk in the enclosures with the animals. Lots of variety and all the animals looked happy and well looked after with lots of space to move around naturally.
  • Pretty average zoo, only one or two things that stand out.
  • Great zoo. Lots of space. Lots of things for the kids to do. Play areas, cafés etc. Lovely day out.
  • Lovely small zoo, very clean and a good variety (lions, tigres,giraffes primates, penguins etc) of happy looking animals, great for young children, large play area in the centre (free). restaurant was also good.
  • Great memories for all.