Created in 1868, the park is home to 1,200 animals comprising 190 species (94 of them are endangered) such as Siberian tigers, Asian lions, red pandas, blue-eyed black lemur… One of the highlights is the hatching centre where visitors can observe birds and reptiles at differents stages of their development.
Not to be missed:
The “Grand Nord” area entirely devoted to Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, Arctic foxes, great grey owls and musk ox. It is a fantastic opportunity to hit the innovative and exciting educational trail to learn about climate change and see the incredible aqua-vision designed for polar bears.
As for plants, the trees and unique blooms saw the park approved as a “Jardin Remarquable”. A fabulous array of local and exotic botanical plants in a fantastic landscaped setting that changes with the seasons.