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Le Parc des Felins, Lumigny-Nesles-Ormeaux
Categories: Zoos & Aquariums
Le Parc des Felins dedicates itself to the breeding and conservation of 30 different species and subspecies of the wildest members of the feline family. A total of 140 cats live in the park, which covers 60 hectares (150 acres). The European circuit is the smallest, housing wildcats and lynx. Continuing to the left, you'll reach the African circuit, with fast-running cheetahs, Katanga lions, white lions, Persian leopards, and black-footed cats. The American circuit features pumas, bobcats, jaguars, and more. Finally, you'll reach the Asian circuit, with Samarian and Siberian tigers, Amur leopards, and sand cats. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Le Parc des Felins by using our Lumigny-Nesles-Ormeaux trip builder.
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De grand espace pour les félins qui semblent bien malgré tout. Privilégié les visites le matin ou les fraîches températures.Large space for the felines who seem well nevertheless. Special visits the morning or cool temperatures.show original
ce parc est super,mai parfois ont a un peut du mal a voir car il faut bien observer et regarde les animaux sinon j'ai trouver que cétait un beau parc.This Park is great, may sometimes have has one may struggle has see because he must observe and look at the animals, otherwise I find it was a beautiful park.show original
Très grand parc bien aménagé. vous parcourez tous les continents à la découverte des félins. Chaque parcours a son thème. Les animaux dispose d'un grand espace. Pour certains il faut des yeux de lynx ... read more »Very large well landscaped park. you are browsing all the continents in the discovery of felines. Each course has its theme. The animal has a large space. For some it takes lynx eyes to see them. The staff is present in the aisles to help and inform you. You will be amazed by the myriad of wild cat species. At the entrance you have several restore points. Large car park for parking. Children will be delighted to approach the goats and feed them in their huge enclosure. Don't leave the park without taking the train. You will have another view on the Park and the cats. Inside the Park, tourists will discover the consequences of human stupidity on animals. Food for thought... Visit as a couple, with family or friendsshow original
This park delivers on being a park dedicated to cats, it had so many different types of cats big and small, all the animals were in huge enclosures and seemed well feed and looked after. We were some of the only people walking around so it was nice and peaceful, we both really enjoyed visiting this park
Cedric BeguePrice too high for the efforts in the Park. Parking in very poor condition good yet it's nothing... But the aisles very poorly maintained (mud, roots that exceed for example a little dangerous for kids and seniors I've already seen people tripping) very hostile place for serious photography, orientation of the enclosures with light, views not studied for... Many small trees between trails and pens... Can accept the idea that it is for the well being of the animal, if he wants to hide from visitors it can but by studying the thing can be intelligent observatories. Means many people complain of nothing to see good times they try not either... However to make us feel guilty to be a threat to the cat and make a terrible train is good. I liked many y'a few years... Medium medium today hope that annex with the monkeys is the height.show original
Jean-Paul OLLIVIERThe Park is hard to find! : not a single view in the village of Lumigny! parking indicated at the entrance of the Park; It takes Rozay en Brie on the GPS to find... Avantages_inconvenients of a huge park with little animals: freedom for them, possibility to almost not see for visitors... In total it is still a very interesting Park! Think a bit more visitors, thanks!show original
Serge SignoreOne of the must in this area, guests have space and nature is omnipresent. Suddenly, it is sometimes a challenge to see some kitties (small or large). This requires patience. My advice, use periods the fall and winter. The vegetation is less dense and temperature is that they are most active. And incidentally, there are fewer people.show original
Alix HénautBeautiful park with spaces! It changes from the zoos where the animals turning round! I recommend it 100% for cat lovers, nature and the picture because there are what capture beautiful moments! Very good value for money also. I will return without hesitation.show original
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