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Terra Natura, Benidorm
Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Terra Natura allows you to view animals with a barely visible barrier in between. Its 320,000 sq m (79 acres) of exotic creatures are divided into four viewing areas: Pangea, Asia, Europe, and America. The Aqua Natura Murcia inside the attraction is a 30,000 sq m (7 acres) water park with swimming pools and slides, as well as an aquarium full of ocean wildlife. This wildlife spectacle is conveniently located near the popular resort beach of Costa Blanca. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Terra Natura by using our Benidorm vacation planner.
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Not a massive Zoo / Park 1 or 2 hours and you can see everything but the animals seem well cared for and their environment (i am not an expert) seems good and well thought out :-)
Разнообразные животные, удобные дорожки, туалеты, кафе, магазин. Все стандартно, удобно. Маленьким туристам будет очень интересно. Лучше идти к открытию или перед закрытием, чтобы избежать жары, толпы... read more »A variety of animals, comfortable paths, toilets, café, shop. All standard. Young tourists will be very interesting. Better to go to the opening or before closing, to escape the heat, crowds and animals, who are hiding from the Sun:)show original
Nos encantó mucha variedad de animales y las instalaciones muy bi en cuidadas. El personal muy atento y los animales limpios y muy bien cuidados.Bi in cared very much variety of animals and plants we loved. Friendly staff and clean and well-kept animals.show original
It's good. Paying for parking is cheeky as it's in the middle of nowhere. Parking should be free. The park itself was very good with some very good animals and plenty of petting areas. All animals seemed well cared for. Food there is very average and the queues are very big for food even when it's not that busy. Take your own butties. Kids loved it
Was ok would advise to take a picnic tike we did. Lots to see and do, usual pacing of big cats like in most zoos.
Plenty to see, kept younger ones entertained. Good chances for photos at shows, although glass between public and animals in smaller pens, eg lions etc, spoils those chances. Public should also be given freedom to take photos of their own kids, ie reptile show.
I think it's a really great place to relaxe and chill out.
Great place for all the family jus love this zoo
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