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Although many complained here about the pricey entry fare, I believe it's worth every penny ( it's centime in this case as we are not in UK). To run a park like this, considering the feeding of animals like lion, bear and chimpanzee etc, the...More
The "safari park" section of the park is very interesting, I've never been to anything like it before. Those of you who have been to one in Africa, may not be impressed, but as a newbie to safari I was. The really dangerous animals (Lions...More
Visited with 8 and 5 year old children. Loved every moment of it. We arrived at 9am (opens at 8.30am) and would advise going early as we saw a lot more animals the 1st time we drove around compared to when we drove round again...More
Went there on August 10th. Didn’t know but it was special « lion day ». So far so good
Arrived at gate at 10:00. Very well organized team directing the cars in line for the payments.
Problem is after you pay and pass the gate. Girl at...More
Visited this attraction when travelling between our two accommodation locations to break the journey. I was r early surprised how quiet it was for a visit in August which was really nice. The first half of the attraction is a drive around safari which due...More
We went in july, arrived at 10. 30 so the drive in park was not too crowdy. We saw a bear walking freely in het grass which was a nice experience. We saw all the animals in the park, we were surprised the rinos walk...More
One really shouldn't go to the Sigean African Reserve if you cannot spend at least 5 hours there: about 2 hours minimum for the drive through sections, and about 3 for the walking part since there are a number of presentations (feeding primarily) that you...More
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There was an explannation in the Park. It is a european nomative in order to protect the specie. It's not possible to import them anymore, and the ones that used to live there has been transfered in order to try to reproduce... More
There was an explannation in the Park. It is a european nomative in order to protect the specie. It's not possible to import them anymore, and the ones that used to live there has been transfered in order to try to reproduce them in captivity. So few zoos in the EU have elephants these days.