Bioparc de Doue la Fontaine, Doue-la-Fontaine

Categories: Caves, Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.5/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web
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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  • This Zoological Park is not told, he found himself... in an exceptional natural setting, an immersion in the flora and fauna...
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  • Ok where do I start. We spent 5 hours walking around here getting as close to the animals as is possible, even on a safari you're not as close normally. All the animals are very well cared for and hav...  read more »
  • A unique and exceptional site. The animals are well highlighted in a typical and troglodytic habitat. Evolving over the years, the bioparc is inevitable in the region.
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  • Amazing zoo - beautiful environment with a surprising array of animals. Perfect for all ages. The best zoo we've ever visited!
  • Amazing place! The best zoo I have seen!
  • Super super super a must visit...........................
  • The zoo is situated in a series of limestone quarries and works fantastically well, providing a great zoo experience. There are different themes from the continents of the world and include some of the more glamorous indiginous species. Unfortunately, we had lunch at the restaurant on-site, which overlooks the zebra / girafe enclosure. In spite of the grand vista, the staff there were surly and unhelpful. When the food finally arrived, it was haphazard, and unremarkable. However, a few hours later 2 members of our family were violently unwell with gastroenteritis. I contacted the zoo for advice, and it was apparent that they were evasive and uninterested. I am totally appalled and revolted about this as it implies a basic lack of hygeine and attention to basic detail. I would give the zoo 4 stars, as an attraction. However, due to the food poisoning of my children, and shoddy attitude of the staff I encountered, it is impossible to award any stars.
  • Fantastic day enjoyed the environment and could see that the welfare of the animals was important
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