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ZooParc de Beauval Entrance Ticket

Highlights
  • Single-use admission ticket to ZooParc de Beauval
  • Avoid the queues with pre-paid tickets
  • Enjoy live shows and zookeeper talks throughout the day
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ZooParc de Beauval Entrance Ticket
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ZooParc de Beauval Entrance Ticket
US$32.49
Overview
Home to almost 8,000 animals, including the new-born panda Yuan Meng, born in August 2017, giant pandas, kangaroos and koalas in France, the ZooParc de Beauval is a must for animal lovers. With your full-day admission ticket, enjoy a close encounter with exotic creatures like white tigers, hippopotamus, snow leopard and manatees, then watch thrilling shows, including adorable sea lions and the spectacular flight of the birds.
What to Expect
Make your own way to the ZooParc de Beauval in Saint-Aignan to begin your animal encounter. With full-day access, the day is yours to spend as you please, so take the time to explore the 30-hectare (74-acre) park in your own time.

Spot giraffes, white rhinos, zebras and wildebeest in the African Savannah habitat; marvel at gorillas, chimpanzee and orangutan; then peek underwater to admire baby manatees, river turtles, crocodiles and colorful Amazonian fish. Next, brave a look at the big cats, which include lions, tigers, jaguars and rare snow leopards, before visiting the Australian exhibit, home to adorable tree-kangaroos, koalas and kookaburras.

Among the star attractions are the pair of Giant Pandas, named Huan Huan and Yuan Zi, who arrived in 2012 and the baby panda Yuan Meng, born in August 2017 in the zoo. The pandas family remains the only giant pandas in France. Observe the hippopotamus enclosure, featuring a lagoon, waterfalls and an underwater viewing area.

Don’t forget to check out the zoo’s shows, which are held daily from March to September and include 'Les Maîtres des Airs', a spectacular bird show, and 'L’Odyssée des lions de mer', an entertaining sea lion demonstration.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Veel nice zoo

Very nice zoo: very clean and environmentally friendly, large amounts of different animals in spacious locations. Includes a number of rare animals in Europe like pandas. In the zoo are a number of hills that might make it challenging for wheelchairs and the like. Furthermore...More

Thank Casper L
Reviewed 3 July 2018
Don’t miss the bird display!

This was our second visit, having visited 8 years ago. The zoo has made some great improvements with the enclosures, and redevelopment is ongoing. This is definitely a whole day attraction as the zoo covers a large area with some steep pathways. The highlights were...More

Thank 959234sharonw
Reviewed 30 June 2018
Fantastic zoo

My word. What a zoo! But it's huge and it may well be worth doing it over two days. I read some of the reviews here about overcrowding and big lines... we went in June and even then there were queues for (pretty rubbish) food....More

1  Thank hofnar
Reviewed 20 June 2018
Great little gem

We visited as a break from visiting all the chateaux in the area - my kids are preteen (youngest is 9) and they thought it would be fun. We were amazed at the variety of animals - koalas, wolves (although they weren't out yet), birds,...More

Thank luskandlusk
Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile
Great day out well worth cost

Give this the whole day as it is a big zoo with a lot to see. They have so many 'big ticket' animals but my favorites were the giant and red pandas and the orangutans. Plenty of nice clean facilities. I got a few euros...More

Thank barkerthedog
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