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Corfu Donkey Rescue

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Epar.Od. Doukades-Skriperou Doukades, Paleokastritsa 490 83 Greece
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76zoe wrote a review Sep 2019
Shrewsbury, United Kingdom14 contributions18 helpful votes
beautiful setting and an amazing set of volunteers doing a perfect job, you get amongst the donkeys and can groom them, please please visit and give a donation so this wonderful place keeps going.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Petteri T wrote a review Sep 2019
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Cats and dogs and cockerels and DONKEYS and couple of horses too. But mainly donkeys. And you can pet the cats and stroke the donkeys. Is there anything more that you could ask for?! The last bit of road was bumpy dirt road but drivable when going slow. At the end of the road was a good parking space. The rescue area was fenced and gated so the dogs and the donkeys won't wander away and it is important to close the gates. We got a good walkaround of the premises and there were good signage of dos and don'ts. After the tour we had all the time we wanted to pet the animals. This is a rescue so the animals are taken care off and appropriately medicated. The animals are free to roam according to their condition (some were on guarantee becouse of diseases, some are on a strict diet etc). There is no entry fee but the rescue runs on donations so take some cash with you. The animals seems to like the attention. For example the donkeys queue up for the strokes and the cats purr in your lap. Margarita was my favourite and she politely asked for more behind the ear scratches by resting her head on my lap.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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paulbe25 wrote a review Sep 2019
Reading, United Kingdom19 contributions17 helpful votes
what a lovely place to go and visit and see the donkeys, the staff (volunteers) are very helpful and will tell you about the doukeys and how old they are.we stayed for about an hour which is just about the time you need,there do a good job
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Emily Cooper wrote a review Sep 2019
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Worth a visit - the roads leading up to the sanctuary are very bumpy, just be warned. Plenty of parking, just park wherever you can. You are greeted by a volunteer at the gate who offers you a tour, or invites you to walk around at your own pace (your choice). We wandered around the site, you can go anywhere you like, and we stayed for approx 30 minutes. The site is small, but the work they do there is excellent. Donations are welcome on exit, but by no means pushy about it.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Sarah G wrote a review Sep 2019
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom278 contributions32 helpful votes
We visited the donkey sanctuary yesterday. It’s a hard place to find and get to, we travelled 45 mins to get there. They have a large selection of cute donkies - they all looked well cared for. They had a few cats roaming around which you could stroke. They had dogs in large cages but you couldn’t go near them as they would bight. You could stroke the donkeys and brush them - but you can’t feed them. They say you can bring food for them and they will feed them later (I took 12 apples) the donkeys are in a nice area and lots of space to roam around. The only downside was I didn’t find the 3 ladies that worked there welcoming - they didn’t chat with you explain about the donkeys and where they came from, one lady just said what you can’t do. The other ladies looked miserable. They heavily reply on donations - any amount helps. Overall it’s a great experience and would recommend.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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