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Gorica Zoo

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Gorica Zoo

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Full-Day Private Sightseeing Tour to the South of Varna
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Full-Day Private Sightseeing Tour to the South of Varna

This tour will take you to explore the beautiful UNESCO-protected town of Nessebar - home to many ancient civilizations and rich in archaeological and historical landmarks. On the way we pass by the riverine forests of the Kamchia Nature Reserve, we cross the easternmost part of the Balkan Mountain Range that gives the name of the whole Balkan Peninsular, and we visit the fortress at St. Atanasius Cape, featuring a reconstruction of an ancient winery and early Christian basilica. Stunning seascapes and panoramic views, inspiring history and beautiful legends are adding up to an unforgettable travel experience.
US$237.80 per adult
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Jess H wrote a review Mar 2020
Windsor, United Kingdom3 contributions
This was unlike any other zoo we have been to. It’s all wooden enclosures and feels very rustic and authentic. Lots of fun for all of the family, with plenty of opportunities to feed the animals.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Purplelove007 wrote a review Aug 2018
Ashford, United Kingdom84 contributions44 helpful votes
We love animals so decided a trip here from Burgas was an good plan. The journey was beautiful, going through the mountains. The Zoo is amazing. The animals look well cared for and have great enclosures. It’s reasonably priced and you buy bags of appropriate food as you go in. We stroked deer and goats. Fed monkeys including a mummy monkey with a tiny baby clinging onto her tummy. So many different types of bird, and rabbit. There were hilarious ostriches trying to peck you and the atmosphere was relaxing. Even with a 16 & 17 yr old it was thoroughly enjoyable.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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TerraVR wrote a review Aug 2018
Varna, Bulgaria604 contributions163 helpful votes
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We always stop there when we are on the road, and it is about to go and especially for the animals. Children like to walk around in the designated spaces. Each season offers a different vision, emotion and perception. The restaurant offers good food at affordable prices, the service is at a level. You can stay as long as you like.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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IrinaAndreeay wrote a review Jul 2018
Iasi, Romania22 contributions16 helpful votes
Yes, unlike most of the zoos you can buy food and actually feed the animals. Kids loved to give pears to the monkeys and horses and corn seeds to the birds. There are many birds, boars, horses, a wolf, monkeys... and they seem happier than in most of the zoos we were. The place is also nicely created with rustic accents.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Mpmaud42 wrote a review Jul 2018
Varna, Bulgaria24 contributions8 helpful votes
This place is really nice and animals look like healthy. But please do something with the wolf who is turning around himself the all day, walk in his poo and doing nothing. Please check this french place "courzieu" and you will see what the wolves really need. This one is sad and will die to be alone. Otherwise the kids were really happy to be able to feed all the animals. They were amazed by the monkeys and the goats. Thanks for being so nice people. It's great to see people welcoming you with smile. It's rare in BG. See you next year.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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