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I can't say I was excited to visit this place at first, 500 plus wallabies, how boring I thought!!
But I thought the kids would like it, so off we went.
Turns out I was the one who loved it the most.
This place is...More
I went here absolutely by chance and it is one of the most amazing places I have ever been to.
The kangourous are free and walk as they want in the parc. So you can touch them, feed them and even take a selfie😂
Open from 14.00 - 19.00 in the summer. Adult entry 5 Euros, including a pot of bread to encourage peckish Wallabies!
We went as a couple, however the vast majority of visitors had small children.
Visitors to this large park keep to the paths and...More
I suppose it was our fault ,but the one 10 year old child and 2 teenagers in our family said they found it very boring.They said there was a limit to how many Kangaroos you could see at one time.After about 25 minutes they were...More
We came here for an afternoon visit with our two children aged two and six. It did not open until 2 PM so we had lunch in a very pretty little village called Savanierres: the bistro there is very good.
The "kangaroos" are actually Wallabies....More
We went along as a family (children aged 9 and 6) and thoroughly enjoyed it. Good value entrance with a good introduction in English. You are given some bread to feed the kangaroos. There is a large open park to walk through - nicely landscaped....More
Very nice animal park for both the children and the parents. You're give a tin can with old breath and after a short explanation about the behavior of the animals of you go. Some of the wallabies will eat out of your hand wile others...More
This attraction is located within a 20- 30 min drive from Angers (mostly by country roads though). However, if you're driving to the post code and town as indicated on the attraction's brochure you might need an extra tim, as these don't get you any...More
This is as much fun for adults as it is of kids. Can get a bit repetitive but not for the kid though. Note, they are wallabies and not kangaroos but they are friendly and will come for a feed and a stroke. There's no...More