- Animal park/zoo/aquarium
Taking a stroll through Pairi Daiza feels like a journey around the world... The World Garden takes transports you to every continent in turn, with the opportunity to admire animals as you walk. No wonder Pairi Daiza was voted best zoo in Europe for the past few years.
4,000 animals live here: giraffes, hippopotamus, white tigers, panthers, giant pandas, elephants, zebras, sea lions, penguins, meerkats, squirrel monkeys, giant otters, colourful birds... You can even be a zookeeper for a weekend.p>
- This 4-hectare wide garden is dedicated to elephants, the stars of the place.
- Two white tigers, macaques, porcupines, orangutans and wombats also live there
- The carefully designed reproductions of Bali temples simply are fascinating so make sure you stop by the Temple des Fleurs, Village of Timor or even the Maison de l'Artisan.
Take a stroll in Han Wu Di's dream, the largest Chinese Gardens in Europe, visitors can meet Hao Hao and Xing Hui, 2 giant pandas from China, and their babies (Tian Boa, Bao Di et Bao Mei) who were born in Pairi Daiza.
A world garden
Discover the Nautilus and its giant aquariums. Visit the rose garden and fall under the charm of the queen of flowers. Or try the Andalusian garden to find the warm fragrances of the South of Spain…
Continue with the Land of the big 5, 8 hectares of savanna featuring the five most symbolic animals of Africa: the lion, the elephant, the Cape buffalo, the rhino and the leopard.
Don't forget the birds of prey demonstrations and the latest baby animals born in the zoo...
The last frontier
Discover a world crossed by countless river meanders and proud of dark, virgin forests. There you will meet with brown and black bears, timber wolves, elks, wapitis, pumas, Steller sea lions, Canadian beavers and bald eagles.
Sleeping in the park
Visitors can now stay in the heart of the park and enjoy a full-on back to nature immersion replicating the forests and clear waters of British Columbia and Southeast Alaska. View bears, wolves and fallow deer in the comfort of your accommodation. There also are ethnically inspired lodges in native Indian style with intriguing names like the Full Moon Lodge.
- Details available on the official website.
- The park will be open between December 12th, 2020 and January 3rd, 2021
- Indoor catering
- Educational service
- Car parking
- Common bathroom