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Juraparc, Vallorbe

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#6 of 26 in Wildlife Areas in Switzerland
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  • Nestled in the Jura mountains, this family-run animal park has elevated walkways from which even the shortest guest can enjoy unobstructed views of bears, wolves, and lynx. The enclosures are huge, an...  more »
  • Nice place to visit with family.You can see bisons, bears, wolfs and lynxes. The animals have plenty of space and the walkways allow easy viewing. The park isn't very big, but if the weather helps you...  more »
  • This place was nice for a short visit, it's not a big zoo with a lot of animals but the nice thing was to see the animals free acting normal in their own environment instead of inside a cage.  more »
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  • It is nice to see the bears in such a big place, but we couldn't see the other animals. The price is correct. We wanted to eat at the restaurant but we waited over 5 minutes before anyone came to us to sit us. So we left the restaurant.
  • Bisons, bears and wolfs! In an as wild environment they can get without having their habitat destroyed or getting hunted by us... Smart species preservation in a lovely scenery. The park continues to change and evolve, with new species being added each year. A positive shift from the zoos. Oh, and if you want to feed the goats, be careful not to be overrun!
  • Hiked to this place from Vallorbe, very beautiful area. But the reserve itself was a bit less than I expected.. It looks good for the animals and looks like they are comfortable and have a lot of space... but very few animals to look at.
  • Great park for kids, really cool bears
  • Some wild animals (bears, wolves and buffalos)