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Aran Park, Bossost
(4.4/5 based on 220 reviews on the web)
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  • We were in October, being this very nice time for the landscape (explosive autumn, color contrast), but animals will note that they are preparing for winter. The place is beautiful, although it appears that some animals are more fair space than others. I understand that the conditions are for various reasons, for example the vultures came from accidents on the wings because of electrical wind mills, but if it serves not only to recover them but to educate the youth about respect animals and learn about them, it is a good initiative. There are mostly deer and goats, can anyone spectacular have to think carefully about their priorities. The best were the pair of otters rolling to the Sun, and the worst, which is a little expensive (14€) and marmots already sleeping!
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  • Good experience in this park. Pity not having seen the Grey Wolf. But in some area seem that space missing animals. It appears larger on the map than it really is.
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  • We were with my grandson. He walked the hour and a half that lasts the travel without realizing it, excited with the animals and watch them so closely.
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  • Ideal to go with children. Possibility to see animals in their natural habitat. Very friendly staff. The best time is from noon. There are areas with shade and to rest during the journey. It can be fed the marmots.
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  • The Park is very well cared for and is ideal for a family activity. We go there at 12 pm, rush hour, was crowded and the parking lot was saturated. I recommend going there at 9:30 when open or 15:00 in order to park your car and enjoy more of the Park.
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  • Very interesting and recommendable. We have been with children and we spent very well. Two peros. 1. There is No source on the whole route, or in the picnic area. 2. The Gray Wolf, the great star that announced by 2016, there is and not reported upon arrival. By the way, nor is there the roosters fers. The staff very friendly and attentive. Even, I failed to give food to the marmots.
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  • I am no supporter of circuses, zoos and places that use animals as a spectacle or exhibition. But we must recognize that the Park is integrated in the middle of the mountain, the animals live in semi - freedom inside is their habitat (not find penguins abrasandose in the Mediterranean climate) ideal for travelling with children. The entire route is adapted to go with wheelchair and kids.
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  • It was a pleasant experience. As a "Zoo" should be. Animals with a lot of space or "semi-liberty" as they say.
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