50 Avenue Agropolis, 34090 Montpellier, France
This is an interesting park and entry is free but I took my three children there expecting to see lots of animals and that wasn't the case. Due to the heat, they found it tricky walking the 3opening, fairly stark pathways and disappointment at the lack of visible animals. There are rhinos , gazelles and giraffes and we did see the cheetahs but the park but there's not enough to keep hot expectant children engaged. There are boards picturing the insects that live in the park habitat but they are not actually there to look at , except by chance! It's more of a walk in a park with some animals about the a zoo. I imagine far nicer in spring too.
Outside tour is free. Temperature was a bit high so most of the animals where hiding of inside their enclosure. The inside tour is amazing. Really beautiful and worth the small entrance fee
It is a big park with some animals. The zoo area is huge, so be prepared for a long walk and get enough water. Free entrance to a big part of the park was nice. Animals are free but well protected, and nicely kept in a natural environment, which is good. However they are hardly seen and the path does not have any trees that make shadow, which makes it hard to see it all in a single day in summer with so much sun. The restaurant is found only near the main entrance, we did not see any other are to eat or drink, so you need to carry water and some snacks. Signs are not so clear; sometimes we felt lost in the middle of nothing. In general, there is lots of room for improvement...
Free entrance to the zoo! Big space to pass half a day or a day! A lot of sitting tables installed! While walking beware of the zoo-vehicles, sometimes they are very fast! And the maintenance is amazing!
What a wonderful place. It is free to visit. I really encourage visitors to find ways to donate or purchase gifts from the shops inside to support the maintenance of the Park.
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