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Zoo de Champrepus, Champrepus

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Zoo / Aquarium Nature / Park
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 visited because it seemed too overcast for the beach. It was not a school holiday in France and so was very quiet. There were a good number of animals which occupied a few hours of walking around. ...  more »
  • A small zoo but one that gives the animals lots of space and a beautiful environment. There are not many animals but the ones they have are obviously very well looked after. Not many cages in this zoo...  more »
  • Having visited many zoos, this stands out clearly as the best in France. Wide selection of animals in nicely landscaped enclosures. In addition numerous areas in which you can get up close and persona...  more »
  • A great day out for the family. Lion and snow leopard enclosures seem a little small / exposed but in general you feel the animals are well looked after. Kids loved having the soft plays dotted around to give them a chance to let off steam and act like monkeys as we went round. Restaurant not great, worth bringing a picnic if you don't mind the attention from the animals as you go round!
  • Really liked this zoo. It has really developed in recent years. Lovely surroundings with well kept animals. The restaurant is good also. Not sophisticated but great for a family. Friendly staff.
  • Superb zoo. We had a cracking day here. Went mid week so it was nice and quiet. Loads for the little ones to do. Great play park and bouncy castles for the kids. Animal wise it's excellent. Lions, tigers, zebra and giraffes. Our little one loved it. Price wise it ain't the cheapest day out but it's worth it. Cafe was good although a touch pricy but the food was good with nice friendly staff. If you're in the area it's well worth a visit.
  • Absolutely worth going, except for the restaurant, serves food only between 12.00 and 14.00
  • 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.