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Parc Animalier De Lussas Reviews
Arrivée en famille (3 adultes et un enfant de 22 mois) 1h30 avant la fermeture ,nous bénéficions d'un tarif réduit. Un excellent accueil nous est réservé. Nous pénétrons dans le parc qui est d'une dim... more »Arrived in family (3 adults and a child of 22 months) 1 h 30 before closing, we have a discounted rate. A great welcome us. We enter the Park which is a "childish" dimension in the common sense of the term, i.e. the dimension of the children: not huge, just an ideal space. Pens are spacious for the animals and thoughtful: llamas for example have a large slope, allowing them to climb. A good initiative when we know the origin of these animals. The animals are clean, which implies a serious talk. Friendly llamas coming to beg nicely, babies of this sweet enclosure literally as well as figuratively, are packed. We'd almost want to take one home. The pens are available and it's a real pleasure to be surrounded by goats, sheep. No goats and sheep, no! Atypical breeds like angora goats for example. Hens and roosters perched on trees, return to their life of birds, feeding budgies, one of the animations of the Park, just enjoy the ride. And the tour ends with a play corner open to children adapted to children as to adults. Well thought space where children can play in the sand, ride in the train... This Park has made a lot of efforts also in the plantation and it suggests an additional comfort for the animals and the visitors. We loved and we came out with a single idea in mind: come back. Thanks to the initiators of this park that I'm sure, are friends of animals. The visit is advisable, this park is well worth a visit
Les enfants ont adoré ! ! Rentrer dans les enclos, être au plus près des animaux un vrai plaisir!!! Oui le parc n'est pas très grand mais suffisamment pour apprécier chaque enclos et passer une bonne ... more »The kids loved! Enter the enclosure, be closer to animals a real pleasure! Yes the Park is not very big but enough to enjoy each paddock and spend a good part of the day! Trainers at the top!
Nous sommes venus visité ce parc le 27 septembre, c'est d'une tristesse de voir un parc dans un état déplorable. Voir des animaux dans de telles conditions est scandaleux !!! L'entretien des enclos la... more »We visited this park on 27 September, it is sad to see a park in a deplorable state. It is outrageous to see animals in such conditions! Maintenance of the enclosure leaves to be desired, just to see in several enclosures:-feeders overflowing food at the point of no longer see the ground, not to mention that the Manger of the pigeons is confused between grains and dung, should be strongly review the standards of health and hygiene for the well-being of your animals, - the cabins of your residents, where is the straw? No comfort, pets are to the ground (floor wooden and concrete slab), and so cold,-the donkeys are in a pen filled with pebbles - animations, pet rabbits on a picnic table, seeing your healer who holds tightly This poor beast that is totally scared, for what is the Park in general, we admired with great surprise, a global abandonment of the maintenance of the Park (Board wall side parking falling like a House of cards, thorns, fences to of) many pens, peg wood hang around the aisles, and so on...). You say "Animals to wear of hands", see a cow over 70 meters, you you've dubbed him animal park with over 300 animals, we saw 10 goats, 3 donkeys, and 200 chickens plying the aisles in freedom as to the vultures to search for a possible food. This is not an animal park to visit, but a giant chicken coop which pay you € 8 entry. When we read the history of your Park on your own site, it tells us that "the Park was born of a passion for animals and nature", that is what we have seen:-strings to hay bury into the ground (very green), litter boxes overflowing in each of the pens, some rodents that coexist with other species (that says a lot about cleanliness), tired push out a disgusting smell, bench pollute by feces (although they are already occupied by your poultry)... etc. Your dry toilets as, them, reflect your slogan "to bear hands", I mean sure feces that are well placed in the sight of all. The snack, paying € 3.60 for a cornet is unacceptable, more it's a sub-brand. You are simple amateurs! (Point positive: very suitable playground for children, the animations make live the Park, otherwise we'd get bored, staff).
The animals live in bare conditions, the cages are too small for the number of animals in it. The variety for such a park is also not big, lots of cages with chicken and goats, maybe 2 with pigs, 2 or 3 others and that's about it... The playground for the kids however is nice. We spent 45min visiting the poor animals and more than an hour in the playground. If they took more care of the animals it could be much much better!
Place is nice for young kids with many animals to pet. Only negative side is the lack of charming by the operators working inside. Also the horse ride is a must for the kids, of course, but given the long queue of kids you see how the horses are stressed. On top the ride is very short and expensive comparison to other experiences we had. The full site is on plain air so when it's sunny there is no shelter by trees. Otherwise a good place where your kids can spend some quality time.
Very good idea to visit for families with children at an early age. The Park is not very large but well maintained. It is shadowy and suitable for strollers. The big plus point is that you can get into some pens. It was a great experience to be able to pet goats, sheep, llamas and alpacas soft. The playground is also very good. Bravo for the giant mist which us well refreshed.
Great tour not necessarily for children! Park on a human scale, where animals are treated well. I liked to be able to know the name and the history of each animal written on the enclosure. We find myself to call them by their first names so that they come to eat in your hand! It was great fun to be able to enter some enclosure to feed the animals, I loved.
Very good experience, very nice and fun to feed the animals, and the entrance is at a price more than reasonable (€8 per adult). Ballads in pony for the children and playground make the place suitable for children. Accessibility to wheelchair users can be complicated, and it's the same only downside I find. Really friendly staff. In short a family outing that will delight small and large widely affordable, the combo for a successful holiday day. Thanks to the staff for the warm welcome.
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