Parque Faunistico - La cuniacha

Parque Faunistico - La cuniacha

Parque Faunistico - La cuniacha
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peter1234576
Sydney, Australia4 contributions
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Aug 2014 • Family
What a great location high in the Spanish Pyrenees Mountains, with jagged peaks surrounding you in all directions. In this setting you can see an impressive range of native animals like deer, lynx, bison and bears. Each group of animals have a large enclosure to wander around and the trails through the forest are rewarding to experience. Highlights for the kids were watching a bear playing in his bath, seeing a lynx way up a tall tree, and also a goat climbing a tree! I will come back again.
Peter
Australia
Written October 24, 2014
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JE0007
Madrid, Spain28 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014
La cuniacha is a zoological park located in the forested slopes of a mountainous area near the small town of Piedrafita, in the Pyrennes of the Huesca province of Spain. The visit is conceived as a hike uphill on foot through the beautiful woods until you reach the highest point, and then return downhill to the entrance again by a different path. During the hike you encounter the animals within their enclosures. Some of them are accessible and so you may get to see deer and mountain goats in semi freedom next to you. They also have bear, bison, lynx, wild horses and other european mountain fauna. Very recommendable to combine a zoo visit with a mountain hike. The food and drink facilities are not to be praised, better to carry your own food and eat it in a very pleasant open dining area watching the animals.
Written September 23, 2014
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TimPrice69
Madrid, Spain20 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
The natural park is well set out in a forest, with ample shade (very necessary in the summer). The animals are local to the region, so don't expect elephants, but they have bison, bears, lynx, wolves, as well as many others. Take into account that it's a 5km+ walk with some uphill sections, and no shortcuts. You can't eat food on the route as some of the animals are loose, but there is a picnic area half way round that also serves food and has toilet facilities. All in all a very nice experience, but don't get caught out by the length of the walk.
Written August 23, 2022
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Alfred P
4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Family
We were camping at Gavín with our four children aged 9-15 years. A great afternoon out in the rain. Easy walking and time to stop and savour the wildlife including the wolf, bears and lynx as well as a range of deer species. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Thank you. A national treasure.
Written September 1, 2018
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MountainGirlGavarnie
Gavarnie, France66 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Family
We enjoyed this park but my little boy found it too much to have to go back up to the top a second time!
Written September 25, 2016
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wouja
Lille, Belgium99 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Family
A well-situated animal park with plenty of space for the animals. Nice to visit with the children. You can well spend 2-3 hours walking around and spotting the animals. It's situated on a mountain with plenty of trees. Walking shoes and binoculars are recommended. Although there are two places where you can buy a drink in the park, carrying water with you on warm days is not a bad idea.
Written July 26, 2016
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Bever1967
Corsica, France25 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Family
The park offers a great walk and good deal of exercise going up and down the slopes. The animals, with the exception of the wolves were easy to spot and observe. Personally, I would have preferred to see it limited to animals that live or lived in the Pyrenees, or at least that you can imagine could have lived there ... which is why I would not expect the reindeer.
Written July 26, 2016
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PhilStamp
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK34 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2015
A good few hours of well managed paths and fencing around animals with nice views. Parking difficult at peak times though lots of road-side to park up on if you don't mind a walk before your walk. a good family half-day out
Written February 19, 2016
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Natalia N
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Apr 2024 • Family
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Natalia N
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Very bad, we paid €50 for two adults and a 5-year-old girl. I have seen more animals in a 2 documentary than here....The worst thing is that they had told us that the cafeteria bar that is halfway along the route would be open today and there would be sandwiches, …More
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William V
13 reviews·16 photos
One month ago
We have been today. Snowing lightly throughout the entire route, having appropriate clothing and footwear has not been a bother, quite the opposite. It had not snowed the previous few days so you could walk without a problem, with mountain shoes that …More
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Begoña Payá Herrero
60 reviews·65 photos
2 months ago
A perfect plan to do with children (or without them), it is a walk of about 4km along trails that go up and down with stops to see the animals they have, some without fences in between and really close, others like bears , they look very good from the watchtower/platform. Having snowed, the landscape was even more beautiful. …Further
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Erika Gomez
Local Guide ·51 reviews ·68 photos
2 months ago
Very well-kept park, variety of animals very well cared for. It is a 4 km circuit where you see loose animals such as roe deer, the most dangerous of which are separated by fences. In the middle of the route there is a picnic area where there are …More
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Natalia N
1 review
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Very bad, we paid €50 for two adults and a 5-year-old girl. I have seen more animals in a 2 documentary than here....The worst thing is that they had told us that the cafeteria bar that is halfway along the route would be open today and there would be sandwiches, etc. but after 35 minutes waiting for them to open , which upon entering they reminded us again that it was open from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., it was 1:30 p.m. when they opened, a line of people waiting, families with children, waiting in the sun... a SHAME. Not even going out to give the slightest explanation, everyone was protesting because they made my families with small children wait more than half an hour to not eat because they had no electricity and therefore could not feed... It would have been enough to go out at 13:05 to give an explanation to the dozens of families with small children and babies who were there waiting, but nothing, not even an explanation, the people were going to continue the route to Saloe as soon as possible from there and not return. There was not even water or anything because the vending machine had a sign warning that it was not working.
Don't go, I have felt cheated, not to return
Google
Written April 22, 2024
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Rosa P
1 contribution
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
The very cool mountain forest walk. For how expensive the entrance is, more animals should be seen. Bears two and one bathing in a small muddy water pond
Google
Written August 27, 2023
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