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We set out to visit a beach area nearby which didn’t look too appealing as we drove past, (can’t comment on the beach area as we only drove past the parking bay!) We came across the Madrid Safari by accident and decided to have a...More
Safari Madrid is a bit out of the way from Madrid and we had never heard of it but a large group of parents and kids all went together. I would budget an hour's drive to get there from Madrid centro. We visited in early...More
Awful experience waiting to enter a section for one full hour in a car with young children!! They were stopping cars from entering and paying. There should be a limit...it is not worth 18euros per adult...too long a wait...
well situated within the natural scenery, nice contact with all animals (through closed windows off course), great idea brought by other reviewers to bring carrots, so important to protect endangered species, to tell kids about animals. Would have helped to have earphones in english, especially...More
take a rental car, from Madrid around 1 and a half hour away; wild animals passing by in different zones of the zoo; worth every cent! never had so much fun. bring (old) apples or carrots or bread and feed the deers, feed them out...More
Safari Madrid is actually kind of a nice place to have some fun and enjoy some animal company. Price is around 16 euro for adults (try to get some discount coupon on Internet to save a little money) and it grants you access to the...More
Why would you visit a 'safari' in the middle of a European city?
If you want the real deal, I highly suggest you go to Kenya for a real safari (or Tanzania, Botswana or South Africa). There's nothing like it.
It is cruelty towards animals...More
The park has lots of interesting animals who will obligingly run after your car and nibble carrots passed through the window. But it is an utterly bleak setting for the animals themselves, mainly a huge open space with grim concrete structures and something the Madrid...More