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We have visited the park before. The animals are great and easy to spot due to The layout of the paths.
The forest is truly beautiful and very tranquil. It offers great shade from the hot summer sun even at the height if the day....More
The park is set in mountain terrain among trees, rocks and numerous streams and waterfalls and the setting itself is lovely. There is a well-made path for the whole tour and we took someone in a wheelchair along with relative ease (there are a couple...More
The park had a good selection of local animals in reasonably large enclosures. Some time is required to see the animals resting in the trees away from the pathway.
We had concerns that at one point there is an enclosure of wolves beside an enclosure...More
A lovely zoo that has made great use of the natural habitat.
Both the drive to it and the views from it were stunning and we spent a fun filled few hours there.
The only gripe was that the bears appear to have been shortchanged...More
This park is located close to the Spanish-French border in the Pyrenees on the road leading north from the Val d'Aran.
For nature lovers in the area it is not to be missed. Gorgeous countryside with a large selection of animals and birds native to...More
This is a great place for a family outing. Even if you don't like to see animals in enclosures, this is done quite well. Large spaces for them to roam. There is a combination of pens and areas one can walk right through with the...More
Had a really nice day out here on the way back from the mountains. The park is well worth a visit, you are able to walk around it and see the animals in their natural habitat, which can incidentally be fairly steep at times! The...More
Aran Park is a must see place during summer season, especially when traveling with kids. They have all kinds of animals that represent the Pyrenees mountains plus a few more exotic ones. Absolutely worth a visit, every time you visit the Aran valley. They always...More
This animal park prides themselves on keeping animals in a humane environment, and for the most part that is true. It is a beautiful park with some steep hills but a paved path all the way. Lots of different large game animals to see, some...More
We found the setting of this park, high in the Pyrenees, beautiful. All the fauna may be found locally in the mountains. Many of the animals are wandering unenclosed. My 17 month old grandson loved it!