Zoo De Guadeloupe Au Parc Des Mamelles

Zoo De Guadeloupe Au Parc Des Mamelles

Zoo De Guadeloupe Au Parc Des Mamelles
4.5
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Le zoo de Guadeloupe se situe sur la Route de la Traversée. Au cœur d’une véritable forêt tropicale, le parc est entièrement dédié à la conservation d'espèces animales rares et menacées. Il abrite plus de 85 espèces animales endémiques des Antilles et d'Amérique du Sud. Vous pouvez ainsi observer des pandas roux, lémuriens, iguanes, pumas, racoons, aras, etc. Si les animaux de Guadeloupe sont nombreux au sein du parc, le couple de jaguars et l'ocelot, fascinent petits et grands, tout comme les toucans, les tamarins empereurs et bien d’autres. Ce luxuriant écrin de verdure composé de plus de mille espèces végétales est en tout point identique aux zones néo-tropicales d’où sont originaires les espèces qui vivent au zoo. Le zoo propose également une belle balade dans la Canopée, à la cime des arbres, sur 350 mètres de ponts suspendus. Prenez de la hauteur et découvrez un point de vue unique et inoubliable sur la forêt ! Chaque visiteur contribue à la préservation de la biodiversité.
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Courtney B
Los Angeles, CA3 contributions
Apr 2023
OMG. Lemurs roaming free and walking right up to you! Jaguar sleeping 5 feet from the glass. Canopy walk. Bats! Amazing zoo. Our 8 year old daughter said it was her favorite part of our trip to Guadeloupe!
Written 3 May 2023
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Andrew-UK2014
Cranleigh, UK37 contributions
Nov 2022 • Couples
Small but perfectly formed zoo. We spent a couple of hours and this was about perfect, although would have been longer if there were lots of people. The layout is good and you walk around one-way. The overhead walk way is amazing and gives a different viewpoint. Lots of pretty flowers as well as the animals. Avoid in the rain as you get pretty wet !
Written 22 November 2022
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Seb
Paris, France29 contributions
Aug 2022 • Couples
The zoo is surprisingly well designed and ‘stocked’ for a relatively small operation. It’s a great visit if one is respectful of the animals (which all were when we went). Worth doing the little tree-tour, it’s fun. A good alternative thing to do on a morning
Written 9 September 2022
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Sharon M
11 contributions
Sep 2022 • Couples
What a really lovely place. Small but entertaining and a lovely interaction with one of the toucans. Set on the edge of the national park, the zoo is inside the rainforest, and how it rained on our visit. Too slippery to do hanging bridge for us. But it didn't take away the beauty, only enhancing the wet, giant tropical leaves, making them shiny and lush in appearance. Well worth a visit to, but can get slippery on the hillside, worth bearing in mind for anyone with mobility issues.
Written 6 September 2022
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Stacy C
Guelph, Canada70 contributions
Aug 2022
My husband, 21 year old son, and I loved this zoo. We loved the wooden paths that we followed as we wound through the zoo and gardens. We enjoyed the greenery and natural type settings for the animals. It was a fantastic experience and I'd love to return again. My husband and son also really enjoyed the suspension bridges. I tried one and then stuck to the solid paths.
Written 2 September 2022
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Italytravel
Tocco da Casauria, Italy216 contributions
Jul 2022 • Family
Great zoo' all outside directly in the forrest.
Nice walkway looks like botanic garden.
High walking bridges in the trees.
Written 29 July 2022
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Neal Newnham
3 contributions
Jul 2022 • Family
A beautiful rainforest provides the setting for this gem of a zoo in Guadeloupe. Walkways in the sky allow for a unique view of the full range of flora and fauna. Thanks for including signs in English and French. A great, value for money, day out 😄
Written 11 July 2022
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Zoe C
Eastbourne, UK149 contributions
Jun 2022
Beautiful zoo in a rainforest setting. Our whole family loved the zoo and the walkways, the whole zoo was really well kept and the path ways were perfect for our pushchair.
Would highly recommend a visit for other families!
Written 10 June 2022
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Cheshirewoman
cheshire158 contributions
May 2022
We visited the zoo during low season on a Wednesday during May. We arrived at appr. 9.30 and there was plenty of parking space. The entrance is just off the route de la traversée and it is well signed.
Entrance fee was €15 I believe which seems a fair price considering the cost of upkeep of a zoo. You can also buy a cheap poncho for €3.50 in case you have forgotten your raincoat (which I did).
As the zoo is slightly up in the rainforest, the temperature was several degrees cooler than on the coast and made for a very pleasant atmosphere.
There is a one way system in the zoo which ensures that you cover all the areas during your visit. I am not really a fan of zoos and was finding some enclosures difficult to watch particularly the ocelot who seemed distressed to me. However, this place is so beautiful and feels much more natural than most zoos as it seems to just have been incorporated into nature that was already there rather than purpose built enclosures.
The highlight of the visit was the treetop walk. I don’t normally like heights but this one felt very secure and was really good fun - quite lengthy as well.
At the end of the walk you exit through the shop which also sells drinks and chocolate snacks. There are a couple of benches in front of the shop which worked well as picnic spots but there is also a nice looking restaurant opposite the zoo.
If you turn back on the road towards Point a Pitre you can reach the Cascade aux ecrevisse within 15 minutes.
Written 12 May 2022
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Didier P
Brussels, Belgium188 contributions
Jul 2020
We spent 2 hours in this zoo and had a great time
Combination of plants and animals. One way visit makes it very safe in this covid period.
Written 29 July 2020
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Dear Didier, Many thanks for your nice review ! It's always a pleasure to read that our visitors enjoy the time spent in our zoo :) Looking forward to seeing you again in the zoo ! Warm regards,
Written 30 July 2020
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