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when you have children and not only, sometime you look for a place to have close encounters with animals ......this is one of the best in italy ,you can enter with your car but be carefull of baboons ,,,they will take away from your car...More
We came to Zoosafari for the wildlife and we weren't disappointed. There were an abundance of the big crowd draw animals (tigers, lions, elephants and giraffes), with more too.
We had a hire car, so chose to take the bus through the Safari which was...More
Expected just another zoo, but this was the best zoo I have ever seen. The Safari experience is unlike anything I've ever seen, the drive between lions, zebras and giraffes was just something I'll never forget. After the Safari there was still plenty things to...More
We went there for half day (14 30 till 18 00) and it was more than enough for us and the kids (age twins 2 & a boy 4).
We didn't have lunch there but we had snacks around 16 00 there were plenty of...More
Even though I do not like animals closed in the zoos... here is different because they have a lot of space and are free to move. It’s interesting for everybody to see them from such a close distance and feeling safe in your own car
We went with two small children and our family by two cars. Children really liked it - you get to see different animals from the window. And some of them put their face into car - giraffe for instance. For those who say that some...More
It is a nice activity for all ages. You enter with your car and you cross some zones with different types of animals which are "free", except for the rhinos and elephants. The herbivores usually come to your car and beg for food, that's why...More