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Slakki Petting Zoo and Family Park Life's simple pleasures Slakki is only 100 km south from Reykjavík, and there you can enjoy the beautiful countryside among Icelandic farm animals like rabbits, puppies, kittens, turkeys, foxes, geese, ducks, and...more
Our family really enjoyed our week day visit here as part of our driving adventure on a reverse Golden Circle route (as suggested by a popular guidebook) from Reykjavik. While we didn't visit Iceland to pet baby rabbits and watch guinea pigs, we all had...More
First time coming to Slakki. Went with my wife and 2 years old daughter. She really loved the animals and got to hold kittens and bunnies. She really loves animals and was fascinating about everything. They have a lot of animals to show, both outside...More
We loved Slakki the kittens were a highlight. I didn’t want to leave. The handmade buildings were beautiful like from a Hansel and Gretal fairytale book. The animals were well taken care of and the admission price particularly by Icelandic standards was fair. Fantastic afternoon
The petting zoo is fine for young children. It is small but my kids liked it. The restaurant is the biggest let down. Almost no healthy chooses and a tiny and tasteless chicken salad. Doubt it had 50 gr. of chicken (with skin).
Date of experience: July 2018
Gunnur J, Manager at Slakki Petting Zoo, responded to this reviewResponded July 3, 2018
Sorry to here your disapointment, is it some way we can make it up for you ??
We want our costumers to be happy with our service.
We are so glad to have found this place. At first we just stopped to get a snack, but the super friendly family staff invited us to see their animals. But not only is it a petting zoo, there is also a mini golf course!...More
This farm animal zoo was AMAZING! So personal and friendly service. We showed up with 2x 1 year old children during low season and it was closed and we were so disappointed. But the farmer showed up and opened up everything for us and we...More
To be fair, a really nice stop for kids but we could not enjoy it much since some of the animals are kept in really small cages. Especially the foxes, which were running just back and forth, the same path over and over again staring...More