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Zoo de La Fleche, La Fleche

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web
Zoo de La Fleche was devised by naturalist Jacques Bouillault in 1946, making it the oldest private park in France. Here, find 150 species spread across 14 hectares (35.6 acres) of land. As a participant of the European Endangered Species Program, this zoo is permitted to display rare animals, such as the white lions of Kruger, South Africa. See spectacles in which intelligent species show off their abilities: macaws play games, parrots talk, sea lions clap, and majestic vultures take off and land on command. Make Zoo de La Fleche a part of your La Fleche vacation plans using our La Fleche vacation trip planner.
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  • For all lovers of animals this zoo is a real pleasure for the eyes of small and large, the animals are easily visible through the large windows installed at the lap of the course in a nice setting. We find all these animals that have marked us throughout the reports from one season to the zoo. One of the best zoo in France easy of access for strollers and wheelchairs through these wide fairways.
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  • Amazing morning! We learn a lot about animals, the work of healers, the functioning of a zoo and conservation of animals endangered in the wild. Thanks to the trainers for these exchanges.
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  • Nice zoo, the setting is beautiful, the aisles are very clean. Pens are not necessarily great, but they are well thought. The enclosures are large and clean, we can see the animals that are very often close so no disappointment for children! Healers are smiling, friendly and available. Small flat for food, a bit expensive € 5.70 for a hotddog. Bill €31 for 3 with 1 sandwich and 1boisson per person... And a lot of waiting in the preparation of sandwiches at the snack. A Board, bring your sandwiches, there are several areas for Spades get laid, it will be much cheaper and faster.
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  • My family and I were quite disappointed with our visit today. We feel that we paid much more than the experience was worth. First, over 1/3 of the zoo was closed for construction. Workers, power tools cutting and making noise, and animals relocated, we missed out on seeing many animals and were annoyed by distractions. Second, despite being a Friday in June, only one restaurant (the most expensive) was open to the public. All the many others were closed. We, like many others, were stuck and paid for a VERY expensive lunch, which wasn't even very tasty or nutritious. Overall, we feel deceived and a bit ripped off. It was our son's first zoo visit, and we feel a bit bitter for having paid so much for so little.
  • Lots of nice animals with helpful staff
  • Much larger than it first looks with some great animals and high quality food.
  • I've been to quite a few zoos and this is right up there with the best of them. The falconry spectacle, although not publicised heavily, is worth the entry fee alone. Maybe not perfect for small prey-sized children, or people that are scared of giant flapping wings, but for everyone else, it's brilliant!
  • A little reluctant at first, because some had left me puzzled. I went there to give pleasure to my son. I do not regret it. Contrary to what I had read the staff is very welcoming. Everything is impeccably clean. Really cool animations. Only flat, do pay 2 euros for a branch to eat giraffes! Saw the price of admission. It's not terrible. . Otherwise even the meal good value for money. I strongly recommend. Excellent day.
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