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Almere Jungle, Almere

(4.3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I've been a few times been Jungle to Almere and see every time new changes and extension of this attraction. It is worked hard and walk you through a beautiful tropical route very close to the animals. I'm curious to know what every time there is renewed again on your next visit. Maybe an idea to a one-year pass for regular visitors.
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  • How often do you still so pleasantly surprised? Such a fantastic fun day near. Our grandchildren loved it and was also very nice. The entrance fee is also very friendly and the drinks are quite affordable. A complete getaway. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!
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  • We go with our grandchildren regularly visit to Almere Jungle. Fish, rabbits, but also iguanas and other animals mzijnj here in their natural environment. Some you can even feed them. For a few euros entrance a ton of fun and educational. Anything after drinking and a little something to eat. A must for kids with parents or grandparents.
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  • Very nice place to go with kids - entrance is cheap and inside is more than I suspected.
  • Fun for the kids
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  • Excellent place to see animals, plants and forests, restaurant. It's a great place to walk and enjoy nature made. The Jungle Almere is great!
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  • Too bad you have to pay to come in re
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  • A nice subtropical garden with water features and exotic small animals. There is also a coffee shop and a separate shop with all kinds of trinkets. Plenty to see and there to spend a half-day.
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