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Safari Zoo

#3 of 10 things to do in Sa Coma Features Animals
Carretera Porto Cristo km. 5, 07560 Sa Coma, Majorca, Spain
+34 971 81 09 09
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Not great

Went with wife and 2 children. Way too hot to go in the afternoon , you need to go early . Kids... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
JackoBu68
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Belfast, United Kingdom
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No need to return

quite expensive for what it is..19 euros per adult paid on the free transfer bus before the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
stobes
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uk
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The Safari-Zoo is an exciting mixture, between a Safari trip and a classic Zoo visit. We offer a lot of different species, like e.g.: Rhinos, Elephant, Giraffe, Tigers, Lions, Antilopes, Reptiles, Birds, and different kind of Monkeys, including and a huge crowd of Baboons living wild in the Safari...
  • Excellent23%
  • Very good26%
  • Average19%
  • Poor10%
  • Terrible22%
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“free bus” (39 reviews)
“pony rides” (16 reviews)
“land train” (6 reviews)
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Carretera Porto Cristo km. 5, 07560 Sa Coma, Majorca, Spain
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+34 971 81 09 09
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Went with wife and 2 children. Way too hot to go in the afternoon , you need to go early . Kids liked the initial ride round on the road train as they were able to feed some of the animals. We live by as...More

Thank JackoBu68
Reviewed 1 week ago

quite expensive for what it is..19 euros per adult paid on the free transfer bus before the journey. You then go onto a trailer and are taken round a small road zigzagging past some animals. They stop at the giraffes & people on the right...More

1  Thank stobes
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you love aimals maybe it can be difficult to visit... The first part with the train is OK... animals running freely, cheeky monkeys, they get food just before the train passes so you get to see them well (although I think they should be...More

2  Thank Kosiaa
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I had never been on a Safari trip before and to be honest, never again. If you like feeding wild animals at very close quarters, including monkeys, bison type animals, giraffe etc then this is the trip for you. I found it dangerous, with many...More

Thank LotteryQueen
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The free transfer was good but none of the animals appeared to have water the big cats were malnourished and thin the giraffe that was fed bread had some sort of disease on its back legs if the animals were better cared for this would...More

Thank gillybean2710
Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

Was very good until we seen the lions and tigers which were very malnourished . All the other animals seemed well cared for though and is a good day out

Thank michellemitchell15
Reviewed 15 June 2017 via mobile

What a fantastic day out. We did this day on 5th June 2017 for my son's 5th birthday. It ended up being a flop because as soon as we got on the train ... the heavens opened big time. He hurried us back to shelter...More

1  Thank Racheal C
Reviewed 12 June 2017

I have been twice in different years and both times i have been impressed. I've seen reviews saying the animals have no water but both times i've been there all animals had water. Other reviews are saying animals don't belong in this heat- most are...More

1  Thank l0uise47
Reviewed 8 June 2017

It was worth it, zebras, giraffes and monkeys let you touch them, my daughter loved this place! But animals didn't look healthy, they should plant more trees and plants and feed them better

1  Thank katerout
Reviewed 3 June 2017

Had heard so many rumours of not being a good place, so decided to see for myself. Absolutely loved the day out , from the free bus service in the resort and back. Great ride around the safari, stopped at a few points for people...More

1  Thank Shirley A
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rebeccaward2017
23 July 2017|
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Response from Christine S | Reviewed this property |
The bus stops for the zoo are marked on the tourist maps, they are located at various points in Calla Millor. You buy your tickets from the driver as you get on the bus. They drop you off at the same bus stop on the return... More
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Suep1975
19 June 2017|
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Response from 246dawn | Reviewed this property |
Hi you get a free bus that picks up from sa coma every hour I think and it brings you back there are time tables around then you pay when you get there it's very well organised
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Luisaespinosablasco
16 June 2017|
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Response from Christine S | Reviewed this property |
Yes they are in cages. The animals looked well cared for.and were not showing any signs of distress or repetitive pacing.
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