Classed as one of the 15 most beautiful zoos in the world, the ZooParc de Beauval covers 26 hectares and is home to the largest collection of animals in France.
4,600 animals live at Beauval, of which some are not found anywhere else in France including the manatees, koalas, okapis, without of course forgetting the white lions and tigers. There are also many other well-known, but just as interesting species such as giraffes, elephants, zebra, rhinoceros, gorillas, orang-utans and more at the ZooParc de Beauval. Come and discover these and other fascinating species at Beauval!
The animals live within magnificent enclosures: four tropical greenhouses, a five hectare elephant plain, an immense African savannah, many animal islands, and a pool perfectly designed for the underwater acrobatics of the penguins…
To date, millions of people have been amazed by the sea lion and bird of prey show. The show is a guaranteed hour of laughter and excitement for the young and old alike! Throughout the park, our educational team presents interesting information about the biology and habits of certain species presented at Beauval, often during the feeding of the animals.
Being extremely committed to the protection of endangered species, the ZooParc de Beauval and its Association Beauval Conservation et Recherche (Beauval Research and Conservation Association) are involved in many programs throughout the world. Such projects include; the protection of okapi in the Congo, orangutans in Malaysia, elephants in Laos, koalas in Australia etc. There are signs throughout the park detailing some of these conservation actions.
Go to the zoo’s website at www.zoobeauval.com