FURESA-STIFTUNG ZUM SCHUTZ DER TIERWELT
Large natural park, which has as main tourist attractions large cats and endangered animal species. The site is located on an area of over
160 000 square meters and is, as the name implies, a foundation for the conservation of extinct species.
A wonderful experience for lovers of nature and animals, walks in the mountainous jungle and a canopi that promises adrenaline. This park is a refuge for more than 20 different species of endangered species, and its main inhabitants are lions, Bengali tigers, pumas, jaguars and panthers. Arapapagaie, tapirs, monkeys and a hippo pair are also found. (Some animals were recorded by different zoos and circuses)
Due to the size of the park, it is a place to spend all day in it, its paths and the location of the park recommended to wear casual sports wear. Water or drinks and snacks are also a good idea, but the park offers for its visitors a cafeteria in which you can strengthen and recharge the energy. For families, the park offers a safari tour, with a safari bus through the park. There is also a campsite for adventure lovers, where you can hear the lions roar at night. The impressive scenery makes the Canopi an incomparable experience, ropes of different lengths pass through the jungle, past a 100 meter high waterfall and across the heads of the animals.
It is really worth a visit! Enjoy a day in direct contact with nature and fascinating animals!