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Wolves have been reintroduced into the upper valley, but prevented from going down the valley to farms etc, by a large fence. The fence has viewing platforms and windows enabling visitors to see them from close by. There is also a great show of tame...More
The parc is a nice option for families with children. The area is secured and has different spots to observe families of wolves and get explanation about there race, life style, organization, diet, etc. Also, a show with different birds of prey is organized twice...More
Having read the last two reviews we very reluctantly agreed to visit this park as our youngest had set her heart on it.
We were glad we did!
It is true that the park is more than 1 hour from Nice due to the very...More
We visited from 12noon-2pm on August 2nd. Park paths are under construction so we could only walk about 400m through the park. Luckily we saw a feeding session of raw whole supermarket chickens and steak, or else we wouldn't have seen any wolves in the...More
I had a "Is that it?" experience here. I had imagined a lovely jaunt meandering through the forrest with viewing points and spending 1-2 hours walking. Instead, it was 20 minutes and 4 wolves. I think our walk to and from the car to the...More
We visited this park on the 13th of November. The road trip to this place is gorgeous, it took us 1h30 from Antibes and it was the most beautiful ride I've ever had.
The park is big enough to spend a day on a relaxed...More
Wolves are being reintroduced to the wild across Southern France and while there is a hot local debate about whether this is a good idea, Parc Alpha has picked up the baton to show the public more about the life of the wolf. The Parc...More
While it's a bit of a trek in the car, the dramatic scenery makes it well worth while. The park was created as a home for wild wolves who travelled across the Italian border. The fences were erected to stop the farmers shooting the wolves,...More