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Eriksberg Wildlife Park

#1 of 1 things to do in Transum Features Animals
Transum 374 96, Sweden
+46 454 56 43 00
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Safari

You drive your own car in the park and you can listen to a cd with a guided tour while you drive... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2015
Linda F
via mobile
Must do!

This place is a unique experience. We did the tour around 2PM. The large tour, we saw some... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2014
Zophie1984
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Ghent, Belgium
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At over nine hundred hectares, Eriksberg is one of the largest wildlife enclosures in northern Europe, and the largest safari park and enclosed nature reserve in the Nordic region, with great bio-diversity. It is a place where red and fallow deer, European bison, wild boar and mouflon roam freely. The estate setting offers hotel rooms of a very high standard where animals and nature are an integral part of the decor, with top-class restaurants and a modern conference facility. Eriksberg is a complete experience for both individuals and companies, where the food and drink are unique an our own raw materials are the basis for Everything that we serve.
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  • Very good30%
  • Average6%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible3%
9 Jul 2015
“Safari”
22 Jul 2014
“Must do!”
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Transum 374 96, Sweden
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+46 454 56 43 00
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Reviewed 10 July 2015 via mobile

You drive your own car in the park and you can listen to a cd with a guided tour while you drive. The nature is exciting and beautiful and the animals look content and peaceful. There is also a lake with rare red water lilies....More

Thank Linda F
Reviewed 23 July 2014

This place is a unique experience. We did the tour around 2PM. The large tour, we saw some animals, but not much. We liked it anyway though. The small tour we saw some more animals. We ate at the restaurant, which was SUPERB!!! Good price...More

Thank Zophie1984
Reviewed 1 September 2013

I have been to Eriksberg a few time over the years. But what a difference a good fire can do! The new housing is spectacular, restaurant is good as well. Te nature reserve is really nice, you can have a spectacular tour around the grounds...More

Thank mi0soer
Reviewed 22 December 2011

This place is both a wild life park, conference centre, event hosting such as the annual Christmas Fair. Depending on which of the above things you do, you'll experience of this place will most likely be different. The nature around this place is very nice....More

Thank dgjohansson
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