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Safari Zoo, Sa Coma

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Interact with dozens of wild animals on an exciting safari ride at Safari Zoo. The zoo houses over 600 animals in both enclosed and free-roaming areas. Explore the 3 km (1.86 mi) safari route from the comfort of your own car or on the zoo’s safari train. See giraffes, zebras, and monkeys in the open air. Attend a lion show to learn techniques for working with and feeding these big cats, or for the chance to have your photo taken with a lion cub. Catch the free shuttle from many of the local resorts and village centers. Use our Sa Coma travel itinerary maker to visit Safari Zoo on your trip to Sa Coma, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • You can with your own car or with the Safari bus through the terrain, directly past the free-range. The slices should be above of course (just because of the monkey). You really go to "Man".
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  • Better parks for toddlers have seen well suited, but for adults the horror, the price-performance ratio fits for me not...
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  • All enclosures are far too small, fully concreted, absolutely not humanely, the Rails rusted, water points gammelig. The poor animals can feel sorry only one, as they languish in their 4 sqm. A tiger ran completely apathetic to and fro, even though he was visibly very great pain. This Zoo is worth absolutely no recommendation. And that where he is so horrendous entry prices, that there lots of restoration would be possible if only their own pockets were not so great. The Zoo owner drove today before us, in the thick, white Mercedes...!
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  • We went there with our 3 years old in June 2016 and were all very pleased. Safari was fun, zoo has quite a few animals, plus a whole goat herd that children can pet and interact with. There are pony rides and an excellent playground. This Zoo is on the small side of course, but still excellent for a fairly small island. We found also the price to be OK for this experience, but perhaps one should think more about it if going there without children and expecting a large Zoo. However, in our opinion it's great fun for family with small children. Our little one can't stop talking about all the animals!
  • Worth a visit. Both a drive through Zoo with a variety of animals very close, and also a separate area after the drive through with quite a few animals. Did not like too much the very small confinement for the tigers and lions. They did absolutely not seem to thrive, but enjoyed the different monkies that seemed to have a good time.
  • Fun for the kids (only). The main safari was nice and fun, esp. for the kids. Some of the cages in the actual Zoo do not meet modern standards. The elefants and other caged anilmals looked metally ill, the lion cage was too small. The site would be better without them. However, some of the areas look modernized and a construction site suggest progress. The kids also esp. enjoyed the playground. If you have kids and are willing to pay 19€ p.a. and 12€ p.c., the site is worth a trip.
  • A great place to take the kids with half drive through safari and half Zoo. It could do with modernising but we've never had a bad time there
  • Expensive for what you get for your money. Ok for kids but I will not recommend it without kids. The safari tour (take the train!) was poor. Feels abandoned/old. Not a lot of animals. Then the train stops and you can rent pony's 5€ to walk around in the zoo.