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Zoo de Castellar Reviews
Es un zoo pequeñito donde recogen animales maltratados, requisados en las aduanas o con problemas en otrpos zoos y otros que ya han nacido alli. En muchos casos te dejan estar con ellos, y los cuidado... more »It is a small zoo where collected animals mistreated, seized in customs or with problems in otrpos zoos and others who already have been born there. In many cases they let you be with them, and carers explain directly all relating to the same. Children spend big; We veraneamos in the Costa del Sol and we try to go every year. Highly recommended, for young and old.
Estuvimos el pasado mes de Abril. Fue una experiencia fantástica el poder dar de comer y tocar ciertos animales. Entiendo que a muchos le preocupe que estén encerrados y no en su hábitat natural, pero... more »We were last April. It was a fantastic experience to the power feed and touch certain animals. I understand that worry us many are locked and not in their natural habitat, but are very well cared for and pampered all the animal Centre. You can take your food and fridge and eat there himself in the picnic areas. They also let you go out to eat and you can re-enter so we did. You can give food to animals, they let you put fruit, carrots, etc. for them, also at the reception sold prepared bags of food (mixture of feed with pipes) for a bag euro, but animals go crazy with fruit especially the banana and Apple. The grounds staff is lovely and you warned when they were going to take an animal. You must keep in mind that the animals that are there are animals that have been abandoned, or from the black market confiscated by the authorities. Ultimately, it would repeat!
Zoo en lugar totalmente natural, camino y arboles lo rodean, te dejan estar muy libre en el parque y en contacto con varios animales. Estuvimos cogiendo un babuino de un solo mes en nuestras manos, un... more »Zoo in totally natural place, road and trees surrounding it, they let you be very free in the Park and in contact with various animals. We were catching a baboon in a single month in our hands, an incredible experience. We loved the entire Park. The only downside maybe say something, done us something short.
Nice zoo where you can interact with animals. It's really cool that you can hold a honey beer or lemur. Staff very friendly and good and caring with animals, so no need to worry about animal welfare. Zoo is not very big, but big enough and with interesting collection of unusual animals and birds. Highly recommended for children who love animals, but also for adults! Where else can you cuddle an ocelot pup?
If you have toddlers then this is the perfect zoo for you. So many opportunities to interact with the animals and the staff are all lovely. We have a 2 and 3 year old and they walked and didn't tire and were quite excitable. We held a snake, lemur, and an eagle. It certainly kept them interested. Tip. Park at the first act park at the top.
This is a great little zoo with enough to do for a couple of hours. Off the tourist trail and not your typical zoo - which makes it special. Be prepared for haphazard paths and a few disrepairs here or there. It's affordable and what makes it special, is the up close and hands on with some of the animals. Would recommend.
One of the best zoo's we have been to. The fact you can interact we the animal's is truly special the kids loved it! Word of advice watch out for the little blue parakeet he's the patrón and a vicious sod but very cute! Enjoy.
Great place to visit because most of the animals are rescued either from people who can no longer look after them or did not realise what they were taking on and also from smugglers, they need all the support they can get plus you can interact with some of the animal's
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