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Almere Jungle, Almere
(4.4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Nice place to go with small children. At the entrance you can buy eg what to feed. the turtles. Staff is very friendly and, if possible, you can also touch some animals, eg. the iguana (in the presence of the nurse).
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  • Amsterdam Artis. At Almere, Almere we have Jungle. Lots of small animals. Including the chickens Dove. € 2.50 entrance had in mind starting from 2 years. With your card, you get a 50 cent discount at the "eat". Almere Jungle is also a social workplace for people with a disability, they also have a small shop. There are also activities for your little ones
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  • The complex is very nice! you get to go via many nice enclosures made in an interesting way and see lots of animals. Ponds and aquariums are created in a very nature like way and you can see the anima...  more »
Google
  • 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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