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Casela Nature Parks

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Cascavelle, Mauritius
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About Casela Nature Parks
On the beautiful west coast of Mauritius atop the sugarcane fields with the majestic Rempart Mountain in the backdrop, lies Casela Nature Parks. Spreading over a surface of 350 hectares, Casela has successfully established itself as the leading attraction of the island over the past 40 years with a plethora of activities for all ages! Whether you choose to explore the safari on Quad, feed the giraffe or dive into the canyons, Casela has got something for everyone. The park is home to a wide variety of species and heart throbbing activities. Casela is known to be the only place in the world where visitors can have breakfast with the giraffe and pat the rhinos in the morning , have a camel safari ride at midday and walk with lions in the afternoon! Add a little of African adventure to your holidays and experience one of the most exciting places in Mauritius! As they say: If you haven't seen Casela, you haven't seen Mauritius. Open daily from 9am to 5 pm and until 9pm every Saturday.
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Siobhan wrote a review Sep 16
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Looks good on the outside… will admit the space some of the (non dangerous) animals have is amazing in terms of wide open space. Every animal that is non dangerous essentially has free run almost (apart from the birds obviously) However.. the predators on the other hand is absolutely diabolical. Tiny small cages filled to the brim with animals that have no room to walk Never-mind run… if they even had the ability to move! Their back ends are skin and bones, for a cheetah that has the ability to run around 80km per hour they sure don’t get that option. You can tell they’re kept in that cage day in and day out so they don’t have to deal with lively well fed predators! Lions were just as bad.. who knew you could keep 4 male lions in the same cage and not have any fights break out? That’s because they’re so tired, hungry and malnourished they can’t even break energy to socialise. Not to mention they weee covered in rot from the flies eating away at them!!! The lions were so lethargic they didn’t even try and get them off!!! Never EVER again… I can’t condone to pay for something that makes me so angry and upset and the fact so many people think this is normal and humane baffles me.
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Date of experience: September 2022
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Shirley G wrote a review Sep 13
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A very interesting and huge natural park with beautiful animals and great things to do. I enjoyed the walking with lions!!!
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Date of experience: September 2022
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Alan S wrote a review Aug 2022
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what a wonderful place, really enjoyed, being close to the animals, amazing aviary, theme park, all under one roof.
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Date of experience: November 2021
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NVBRAPHAEL wrote a review Aug 2022
Thrissur District, India17 contributions2 helpful votes
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Good setup at reception and ample parking space. The pipe music is also catchy but can think of changing it for breaking the monotony. Casela nurture park - is not looks to be natural. It’s an open zoo. The land scape is not that attractive and designed to match the natural habitats of animals. The safari service should be a great introductory experience to the park, but it’s not done like that. The park is not strictly complying animal health safety standards/aspects. May be this park can be designed for leisure and adventure activities. I felt it’s not worth spending time and money here.
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Date of experience: August 2022
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Naomi L wrote a review Aug 2022
Antwerp, Belgium1 contribution1 helpful vote
Awful awful awful!! All the animals are super anxious and extremely skinny in the smallest cages I have ever seen. I have never been for the idea of visiting zoo’s as it looks absurd to me to lock animals up and benefit out of that. I am shocked how bad they take care of the animals. They all look like they are dying. It’s very sad to see. All shivering on their legs and some of them to skinny to even stand up and walk straight.
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Date of experience: August 2022
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