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Extremly cheap entry fee just 75p... Nice little zoo with more animals then you'd expect for the price, however it can be upsetting to see the conditions some of the animals are kept in the tiger was distressed pacing In a figure of 8 constantly,...More
I've been to the zoo with my family, and the over all feeling is that they could do better.
Safety first, epically when there is small children - electric gates reach able for kids.
The caves are small, the animals look sad and want to...More
Me and my wife had different views on the matter, first of all 1.5 Lev entrance, 1 for elderly and students, a joke of a price.
Most of small animal shelters are hand made with wood planks.
The bigger animals are really close to the...More
We went to the zoo with a 4-year old and she was already bored since the beginning due to the poor selection of animals - mostly some poultry, ponies, camel, lama, a bear, two lions, and a tiger. That's why it won't take you more...More
Don’t go here if you have any respect and love for animals! I visited this tiny zoo expecting some small animals / farm animals like chickens and maybe a donkey, but what I saw left me in tears and I couldn’t stop crying! They have...More
Don't go to the zoo! I went there with my daughter, my friend and my godson and we left there crying. Animals are kept in too small cages and fences and they have very little to do in them. The tiger was so skinny and...More
Ok this place could do with a revamp. Maybe charge more and add a little snack shop or gift shop to help bring money into the zoo also animal
Talks. It cost 75p to get in 1.50 lev and they could easy put the prices...More
Paying 75p to get into a zoo, you would expect you might see a few chickens, a couple of rabbits and maybe a goat or two. Instead, you are greeted with lions, tigers, bears, monkeys, wolves. All of which should be in large, clean enclosures...More
An excellent way to spend an hour with our children. Was really nice to see animals being kept in such good conditions and none of them seemed stressed.
Good value for money too, 75p each to go in, free food to feed the animals in...More