Zoom Torino, Cumiana

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#1 of 123 in Outdoors in Piedmont
More than a zoo, Zoom Torino teams up tour groups with biologists and wildlife experts who walk them through the animal's habitats. The energetic, crowd-pleasing lemurs roam free in an environment designed to mimic their Madagascar home. They share the space with pelicans, flamingos, and giant tortoises. Visit the African habitat and participate in the feeding of an African species of penguins. Travel to the Serengeti to meet more exotic animals. Call ahead to ask about English-speaking guides. Arrange your visit to Zoom Torino and discover more family-friendly attractions in Cumiana using our Cumiana trip itinerary planner.
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  • August 18, 2017
    Now after many years I went back to zoom with my family. I had confirmation of the idea that I had already done and that is that the service is not worth the money paid for the ticket and extorted in other ways. Price per person euro 27 whole isn't everything. to this is added the obligatory 3 euros but inexplicably not included in the price and the other 2 for any locker (dirt). as you enter then we queued for a family photo not required and at a place at all indoor and rooftop, just past the ticket booth. the question: "why should I do the picture?" I respond that "you have to do and just and that unless I ain't buying." little cortesilia also at the entrance pool while the young ladies to animals keep the smile despite the rush the procedure and the public price at the bar and self service semi-expensive. (2.70 granita and children's menu 9.50). the park with animals is rather small and turns briefly but by a sense of rush at every appointment and does not have any indoor location or under tents or pergolas that instead you'll easily predict protecting from the Sun. Malawi beach is a pool of water with a lot of people inside while Boulder beach is wider but advertising to swim with penguins is really just a marketing operation and use of deckchairs in withdrawal disorder ... you a lawn that even missing them for much of the shadows or piante.ci should be little ... and there is a great need. Lastly, the children's area is very limited considering the available space and stops to 10 years ago, and the large canopy sheltering them alongside honesty bar and toilet is completely infested with clouds of wasps. Animals are beautiful and it looks well maintained. I wouldn't go back if the service will not become worth the money asked but way to go I see so much.
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  • August 18, 2017
    We purchased online ticket + Park pool. This allowed us to skip the long queue at the entrance. The Park is nice and well structured; the animals seem well kept (apparently they're all animals born and bred in captivity). The pools are clean and if you get there early you can take advantage of the free sun loungers on the lawn in front of the pool. Since August, we had a chance to stay up at 22 so we could enjoy the pool during the hottest hours then continue visiting animals from 18 onwards. Criticality: parking costs 3 euro and does not seem to be guarded. The locker to store valuables in the pool costs 2 euros plus 5 additional of bail. The food is not cheap and even a simple coffee cost not less than 1.10. Also: between the bolder beach and the malawi beach there is a paved road or a little lawn but you have to go into the gravel: you cannot move barefoot from one pool to another. In the evening there is absolutely lighting: we got lost on the way to the exit and ended up in the fence of the camels completely dark and without any "Insider" to check it out. I understand that the choice not to illuminate the Park will protect the peace of animals, but at least the bridge over the Lake that leads to the exit, or the parking could be, considering the high cost of the ticket. Completely dark and dangerous is the driveway that leads to the exit of the park road parking. In the dirt parking lot, then, there was no one to check or ask the receipt of payment or we would give indications on the output, to the point that several cars began to turn to the parking lot to find an exit opened between those closed approximately with a chain. Last thing: If you want to stop and eat there after 21, forget it because everything is closed.
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  • August 18, 2017
    Very nice Zoo. Pro-lemurs: beautiful. The animals are cute and especially are not intimidated by people. -Zona giraffes: especially from the top view are so close that you can almost touch it. -granita in glass zoom: you can make tasty mix and unleash the imagination Against-Reptile House: little fellow ... with only 2 specimens-hippos: not very visible In the end was a nice visit
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  • Excellent zoological park where spend the day, animals are all kept in perfect condition all the staff is well skilled and helpful, suitable for adult and children.
  • Nice zoo park with unique swimming pool with windows to watch swimming penguins.
  • Decent size park, good for families but also small groups of friends. Try to catch the minders' talks, they're very informative.
  • Beautiful Zoo park, great place to take the kids. Best area is the lemur corner where you can walk amongst monkeys. Coffee corners all over the place.
  • It's not a prison for the animals, it's a home! And I like that

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