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Parc ZOO du Reynou, Limoges

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  • What lovely zoo park and great place for picnic. The chateau grounds are beautifully laid out with some very interesting animals, we loved the Patagonian hares and of course the very cute pigmy goats ...  more »
  • We have been here several times with our grandchildren aged from 9 years to 2 years old and they absolutely love it. They want to go every time they visit us here in France.is It set in lovely grounds...  more »
  • Having just been to Barcelona zoo and commenting that these city zoos should no longer be allowed and what evolve are walk through style safari zoos, similar to longleat but without cars.. Thats exact...  more »
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  • We came here with Limoges family pass and had a great time! I like the fact that they give big fields and spacious environment to the animals. The animals look healthy and in good condition. Strolling inside makes me feel like this zoo really cares about their animals. The scenery is beautiful. The zoo keepers are friendly. Highly recommend for a sunny day!
  • Great little zoo. Animals in mostly large pens. Look well cared for.
  • We love to come here - usually for my birthday each year and have now bought an annual pass so we can visit whenever we can. The layout of the parc is lovely with plenty of space to picnic or rest, with a fantastic collection of animals - all which look well cared for and happy. I particularly love the black gibbon who puts on a wonderful display for us each time we see him ! A wonderful place for anyone who loves animals.
  • I've visited a lot of zoos in various countries, so although I enjoyed my day at Reynou, it could've been better in numerous ways... What's good - it's easy to find, plenty of parking space, entrance price/food was reasonably priced, nice location, most of the signs are in English (I speak French anyway), no litter and when I went, although there were quite a lot of visitors, it didn't feel crowded. The petting zoo area with the goats was good fun and very popular. The coatis have a fun enclosure where the visitor can see them up close. What's bad - many of the animals are very difficult to see as they are behind a lot of dense wire and electric fencing or have lots of hiding places in their enclosures. I didn't see any wolves, maned wolves, cheetah, puma, panther, serval, half the monkeys, raccoon, hardly saw the lions, tigers or giraffes as they were so far away. There is a "feeding times" list at the entrance, but I never noticed it as it was facing backwards, and so I didn't see any of the animals being fed. The map wasn't great, and would have been better with feeding times written on it. The (men's) toilets were just about ok. The shop was rather small, expensive and uninteresting. The chateau looks great on the brochures, but is semi-derelict and visitors cannot go inside. The "sens de visite" is confused and people come in all directions. The lake area looks wonderful but unfortunately has hardly any animals there, apart from a few geese that I never saw. The worst thing for me was seeing some animals either injured or in, what I consider, inadequate enclosures. The raccoon looked very unstimulated and his enclosure was very unnatural. One of the ducks, one of the capybaras and the rail had some sort of leg injuries. The crested crane had a grotty enclosure (although he seemed happy enough), the one rhino looked like he would like a rhino companion, 2 parrots were looking sad in a dark cage behind the other parrots, and the owls looked scared and annoyed at being shut in a dark barn where everyone (except me) shouts, bangs on the glass and uses a flash camera at them. Obviously, this is very much the minority as there are 550+ animals apparently, but even seeing a few sad animals for whatever reason, is not pleasant. I appreciate their efforts at Reynou which has the potential to be a really great zoo, but it's not quite there yet.
  • This Wildlife Park is obviously to visit if you are in the Limousin, only to encourage tourism and activities in that region too deserted. However, we will not hide our disappointment. Discharge, we visited this park a day of heat, at the time where animals take a NAP in the shade. When environmental policy of the zoo is to grow vegetation to make animals, already in captivity, feel in a nature "unadulterated by man", then they sleep between the tall grass, and they are not, unless you wait for them to wake up. It's the big negative point of the Park, for me (others may find this right): it should be the balance between the actually important animal welfare, and the urgent need to appeal to landscapers so that visitors can appreciate the General view of the Park, and especially to see the animals (what are they). Because receipts from visitors who fund his maintenance. Also, the meaning of the visit is somewhat labyrinthine and sometimes not very well studied: over 100 hectares, it should be move / go through several Rocky trails to see certain areas, like that of primates which is located between two main laces. The primates we have also not seen because of the lush vegetation. Some enclosures are also completely empty. For all these reasons, we didn't the final print to see 600 animals and 120 species as promised. At most, 200 animals and 50 species (including birds and farm animals). The tariff of € 16 is suitable compared to other game parks, but rest a family budget that is important for the region, this rises quickly when several. There is also a small lunchroom where canned drinks are also sold cheaper than at the movies. In conclusion: feeling so mixed, but I spent a good afternoon, I want to stay optimistic and I encourage the company to improve and tourists to visit this extraordinary Park to get their own idea.
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