A small zoo but one that gives the animals lots of space and a beautiful environment. There are not many animals but the ones they have are obviously very well looked after. Not many cages in this zoo!
We were allowed to park our car in the disabled bay as we had our 91 year old mother in the car who needs her own wheelchair. We have no disabled badge but we were told that this was no problem. The zoo has several wheelchairs that can be used free of charge. Apparently, the zoo is considering buying an electric wheelchair which can then be rented for a small fee.
Wheelchair access is sometimes not easy and pushing the chair through the thin gravel is tiring. However, staff are very friendly and will most certainly be willing to help, if necessary.
Entrance fee is very reasonable considering the amount of work and money it takes to build up and maintain the high quality of this zoo.
There is an impressive variety of plants and trees and going from one enclosure to another is like walking through a park. One often wonders what some plants and flowers are. Perhaps it is possible to put a little sign down with the names?
Not too many animals to be seen because they have such a big space to live in. Take you time and you'll spot them. Taking a pair of binoculars might not be a bad idea.
Staff in the restaurant are also friendly and helpful. The crêpes we ate were excellent but we really didn't like the plastic plate and plastic cutlery. The latter is a bit of a let-down.
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