Bioparc de Doue la Fontaine, Doue-la-Fontaine

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Out of the 55 species of animals at Bioparc de Doue la Fontaine, more than 43 are listed as threatened species, with nine of those species considered to be critically endangered. Leap into Leopard Canyon for a look at rare leopards housed in an environment that largely mimics bamboo forests and snow of the Himalayas. Visit the only aviary in the world where Andean condors can fly, then visit the South American exhibit with spider monkeys, giant otters, spectacled bears, tamarins, and maned wolves. Head to the Asian continent to spot a Sumatran tiger and the white-handed gibbon primates. Your admission price helps ensure their long-term survival in captivity. Work out when and for how long to visit Bioparc de Doue la Fontaine and other Doue-la-Fontaine attractions using our handy Doue-la-Fontaine vacation planner.
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  • We had the chance to visit this park during the Easter holidays and frankly, it was a real surprise! Spaces for animals are well-maintained and very natures. The aviaries are splendid, especially that of America. The islets of the monkeys are also very nice (especially for feeding). Despite the world, we didn't feel not oppressed and with vegetation, there are not a lot of shade. Admission is 21 euros, but possible reduction of two euros in tourist booklets of the region. Free parking close to the entrance
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  • a zoo just atypical because of its environment and the variety of species... and especially a large aviary South American incredible! not to be missed!
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  • A favorite for this visit. The place is really nice with a visit on two levels (Wren) and a beautiful, even extraordinary, Aviary. Animals usually have large enclosures, we can see them easily. We had the pleasure to see the feeding of monkeys and their very noisy but so funny vocalizations. The park staff is very good: friendly and pro and exchanges very interesting with the person in charge of the feeding of monkeys and their neighbours. A very nice discovery.
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  • A full 5 hours of family fun. A great array of animals in a stunning location. Having coffee overlooking the giraffes was a real experience! It gets very busy, but there's plenty of space. Highly recommended for all age groups, though a lot of walking involved to get around. Pushchair and wheelchair friendly in most places.
  • A great family day out. The park is an easy stroll around and the animals are wonderful. It took us just over 4 hours to go around on a hot day. Free parking is available directly opposite the park entrance.
  • A place that you can visit time after time without seeing the same thing. Well worth a visit.
  • Great day out🦁🐯🐒🐐
  • Amazing zoo - beautiful environment with a surprising array of animals. Perfect for all ages. The best zoo we've ever visited!