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Spent a lovely day here! Staff are friendly & animals well cared for! You can feed them as you walk round & my husband was let into the bird cage (they let him out tho 😢) Animals know you have food and are friendly but...More
This petting zoo was recommended to us by our resort manager. Entry was 17 euros adult and 11 euros for a child. You could buy a bag of food from reception and feed the monkeys and birds as you went round the zoo. We arrived...More
I am not a fan of zoos but this one is different. The animals are all rescued. You can see visible signs of the abuse they have escaped thanks to this organisation. I have been there twice now, and the animals all look very happy,...More
This zoo likes to present themselves as a rescue center, but treat their animals like cash machine's. The first thing we witnessed walking into the zoo is a baby jaguar chained to the wall and lying in a dirty bed while 5 small children are...More
I visited this wonderful zoo today with my husband, 12 year old son and my Father. We were a little apprehensive as we only know basic Spanish but it was not a problem! The man who greeted us was very welcoming and did his best...More
We went and thought it was great because they are a "rescue" zoo, but the fact that they attract business via allowing the ignorant public to come and take pics and hold the baby tigers etc...is repulsive! If a human is able to hold and...More
I asked the Facebook group ”Swedes in Estepona” what to do in nearby area from Estepona with a 2 year old child. And this was the thing we got and we all like it very much. It was a charmy Place with good staf. Alots...More
At first I was quite sceptical about visiting this zoo as I heard it was a rescue zoo. I was worried that the animals may not look well etc. However, I was completely wrong. All the animals looked healthy, happy and looked after.
We had a great time here as a break from the beach. There was a school trip there while we were there, but it didn't impact on our visit.
There are a range of big and small animals and birds (tigers, panther, lions, flamingos, ostriches,...More
Whilst the staff were very pleasant the conditions nearly all the animals were kept in was appalling.
If they have been rescued it must have been bad for this place to be a better option.
Whilst there are good reviews if you look past some...More
It is about an hours drive. Take the toll road or the coast road following the signs for Algeciras and Cadiz. If you come off the toll road and then head on the coast road you will see signs for "Valderrama". Go up that road... More
It is about an hours drive. Take the toll road or the coast road following the signs for Algeciras and Cadiz. If you come off the toll road and then head on the coast road you will see signs for "Valderrama". Go up that road and stay on it. Go past the International School and follow the signs for Castellar. Any problems please come back to me.