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Parc Pedagogique de Saint Nectaire, Saint-Nectaire
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Nous l'avons visité au début du printemps. Nous avons adoré. Parc propre et bien organisé. Le personnel est vraiment sympa. C'est un endroit idéal pour passer un moment agréable en famille. Le tarif e... read more »We visited in early spring. We loved. The Park is clean and well organized. The staff is really friendly. It is an ideal place to spend a good time with family. The price is moderate. To seeshow original
Caressé un ragondin "appelés myocastors, c'est très cher ! mais pour 1 euro supplémentaire, vous pouvez avoir des carottes et du pain pour nourrir certains animaux. très peu d'animaux mais de très bon... read more »Caressed a nutria "called nutria, it's very expensive! but for 1 extra euro, you can have carrots and bread to feed some animals. very few animals but very good explanation. Good for the children!show original
Nous sommes allés en famille au mois d'août dans ce parc. Nous avons trouvé les commentaires des soigneurs très intèressant et surtout enrichissant sur tout ces animaux. Les personnes y travaillant so... read more »We went with the family in August in this park. We found the trainers comments very interesting and especially rewarding on all these animals. The people working there are really friendly and available. The kids and adults too.show original
Domocip cipFriendly staff. Very clean and good. Our children loved it, he was able to feed the wallaby. Species but little visible. It is better to have few and well maintained that several dirty parks. A bit expensive but it didn't bother us because it was a nice moment.show original
Anatole AMANCYC is a small friendly educational Park and not a zoo technically we're going to learn from where the oral comments on the Park if go you there in December actually you won't see marmots. Can there stroking the nutria (coypu being a language error) actually the enclosure of these (nutria) are concrete because otherwise he holes and as c creuserer is an exogenous invasive species he cannot afford this .we can also approached the walabie up to caress them sometimes, you can also feed and observe llamas reindeer rare species through prairie dogs just as l-gray kangaroos is the verstion are great deal be seen even without s know and what tour its quality depends on seasonal workers hired (those of this me July 2016 are all three of big fan) takes any time if one takes the trouble d listen to comments I remember c is an educational Park and not a zoo an hour visit .by reports to the aquise knowledge and to the possible contact with the childish prices are quite reasonableshow original
Arnaud DelhayeWe went to this park on the part of the tourist office, either saying that children can approach and pet the animals. Very disappointing result: not very nice, rate high for the content of the visit (2 dogs of Prairie hiding in their shelters, a woodchuck without Marmot enclosure?, 1 or 2 reindeer running around, 2 kangaroos, 1 llama, impossible to approach wallabys and a lot of pens of nutria), not maintained site, very quick visit (1 h 30 recommended?). I highly recommend, you will lose your moneyshow original
Thomas BertrandI put a star because I isn't the choice otherwise I not in metterais not. It's just a big tourist trap, overpriced for what is present on the Park (25 e-3) for 6-7 animals entirely closed contrary to what is announced, only a place with the wallaby and 2 hens are open to the public. A State of the Park very limited for a small reception of tt a battery along the way, pens in fence dangerous besides nettles. An old tub serves as a bath for a goat that frankly felt us sorry for him. We were also lucky to have a person passing the rotofil during tt our visit to the quiet in nature it was not for us. According to the staff at the reception not ultra friendly but hey thankfully those present among animals were open and Nice. I do recommend not TT like you understood the tower is a 15-20 min max.show original
Pascal GalacterosThe place is friendly and with several unexpected species (dogs of prairies, llamas, reindeer, myocastor and wallabies). A bit expensive for the amount of available cash. PS: the lamas have spat at me 2 times! Laughter and joy of children guaranteed!show original
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