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On the long way from Paris (where we landed) to Futuroscope (our 1st stop on the way to the Dordogne region) we found this very nice and mid-size safari, where you go on a train ride among several open areas on the wild with many...More
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ReserveBeaumarchais, Responsable relations clients at Safari Train -Reserve de Beaumarchais, responded to this reviewResponded 30 August 2016
Thank you very much for your nice comment and your visit. See you soon !
Take a train ride and look at a handful of animals. Interesting and you get up close but it's all in French. I know it's France.
That being said it's well done. They are kind and tell you what they can in English.
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ReserveBeaumarchais, Responsable relations clients at Safari Train -Reserve de Beaumarchais, responded to this reviewResponded 20 July 2016
Thank you for visiting our animal parc. Effectively, the guided tour can be made only in French. That's why we propose texts of translation in several languages, to follow the visit. See you soon !
The safari train experience is very well organised for getting on to the train. You have a ticket with your train time on it and the staff make sure you are beside your own family or friends.When we stop at each area the animals are...More
We arrived at 12 to find the ticket office and cafe closed until the next train at 2. But there was enough to do and we looked at wild boars and wallabies, and played on the great playground. The train itself takes about 1hr 20...More
If you want a short break from visiting the castles and you don't feel like walking, or can't, then this is a very nice way to spend some time. It would be nice if they could add some English subtitles to the movie they show...More
Didn't have much expectation when we went (2 kids 9 and 11) but we were pleasantly surprised. You travel in open sided carriages on a 'land train' that takes you through a number of separate wooded areas or fields. At each stage the 'train' stops...More