Friguia Park reviews
Really nice experience. You can take picture feeding lemurs, giraffe, sea lion, lions... You can also bring your own food and drinks. To enjoy in everything, you need at least 3 hours. more »
Went on the trip threw Thomas cook before the collapse. There is plenty of shade, it was around 32 degrees on the day. If its hot there is plenty of water for sale and it's super cheap, plenty of... more »
Arrived around 9 and was told we only had until 12pm to look around. Didn’t think it was very long however by 11:30 we had done everything! Went for a camel ride which was a terrifying 15 minute... more »
Very nice place, animals are well fed, has enough space. It feels like you are walking in the park with animals around. No bad smell, like in the zoo and coffee is quite cheap. Really enjoyed. Although, there was no alligator, black swan and parrots
Friguia Park is a former private animal park opened to the public a few years ago. It is designed in a circle so you can go around and visit every station without getting lost etc. Its what you'd expect with a decent restaurant and food stalls very frequently. It was great to see white tigers here. Definitely check it out if you are visiting Hammamet, Tunisia. Also, the Sea Lion show is brilliant.
For a zoo that charges £5 for an adult and £3.50 for a child this is a must do experience. There are numerous opportunities to have your photos taken with loads of animals for the price of £3. For a family trip I can't wait to return to Tunisia to be able to repeat this experience.
A nice & enjoyable morning spent here. Went with Thomas Cook, could have had more time in the park. Overall, would recommend with children.
Well we are out of season, so can't expect everything to be tip top. There was a selection of African indigenous animals and also some rare white tigers. The pens lacked a bit of maintenance and need some TLC however, when the entrance fee is about 3gbp. Our taxi, who waited 3 hours, was 70dinar, around 22gbp. It's worth a visit but don't expect European standards. There are toilets dotted around, a kids play zone and a couple of restaurants and snack bars (they were closed this time of year). Go visit. They need the money and it's worth seeing these animals up close.
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