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If the Zoo a Plaisance was just the zoo on foot part, it would still be good, but the opportunity to drive past animals in a natural, uncaged habitat is close to how you see them on an African Safari. There are enough animals to...More
Very sad zoo. Animals looked sad lonely... even though the place looked clean. We didn't see ONE member of staff during the whole time !!!
Triste zoo. Animaux semblent tristes et seul. Pas un seul membre du personnel pendant notre visite. Fermez ce zoo s...More
I very much enjoyed this visit. What you get for what you pay - which was very little compared to some of the extortionate safari parks, was excellent. Mainly or 4 your old enjoyed herself thoroughly and this could be great for a day's distraction...More
I would advise you to arrive early as we did as the place filled up quickly ( which is already a sign of its success :) ) , The safari drive was really nice , being able to observe animals more closely. The zoo itself...More
Rather expensive for what you get. The trip in the car was all right but the hippos were just two rocks in the water and the other animals just hide. The ani.als in the cages look depressed and the cages are way to small. The...More
Contrary to the views of some other reviewers, this zoo provided a pleasant day out for our little family and is well worth a visit. As you drive in you immediately go through the safari area. This takes about 20 minutes with the docile animals...More
Don't even bother to go here. We live near Longleat (in the UK) which shows exactly how well animals can be kept in captivity. This so-called 'safari' is a joke. Apart from a few ostriches and zebras which could roam about, most of the big...More