Would highly recommend a visit to this zoo. It's beautiful to walk around, plenty of shade as you're right in the trees, and the treetop canopy walk is breath-taking!
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Brilliantly located in the rainforest, this zoo offers a wide variety of animals to see and the unique opportunity to have a walk under the canopy. All the walk can be enjoyed under the shade so perfect on a very sunny day to recover from...More
There's a one-way walking system through the zoo. We liked it this way, as there was no rush and no 'which-way-is-the-fastest'. There's also a walk high up in the trees via rope-bridges which was quite the experience for our children.
We loved the rainforest setting for viewing the tropical animals and birds, walking among and above tropical flowers and foliage. The highlight is a black panther, but from bugs and bats to birds and big cats, this was a treat. We were there several hours...More
An interesting park with quite a few animals, set in a rainforest, so there are lots of trees and plants to look at, and a number of elevated walkways quite high in the canopy (which are not obligatory for those who don't like heights). There...More
This is a must see attraction for families. The setting is fabulous, located in the heart of a rainforest, probably unlike any other zoo you've been to...be sure to try the suspended walkways in the forest canopy, which is for children 8+ and requires a...More
Worth a stop if you are in the vicinity and you have young children in tow - they will love walking across the canopy bridges. Not a huge selection of animals and as others have pointed out the enclosures might be on the small side...More
The Zoo provides a beautiful walk of about 1 1/2 hours through the tropical forest and has a few exhibits that are different and interesting. Some of the explanations were in English, but most of them didn't require language to figure out where the animals...More