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  • Zooparc de Beauval

    Zooparc de Beauval | © Attendrissant bébé chimpanzé


    La vallée des Singes à Romagne

    Planet of the apes.

    Around 350 monkeys, from some 30 different species, live in complete freedom amongst the 15, or so, tree-planted islands that make up Monkey Valley.
    Visitors can attend feeding time and benefit from the expertise of the dedicated staff who care for the animals.

    Monkey Valley was set up in 1998, in response to the extinction threats facing some species, to help to protect primates. Several monkeys have been born in the Valley, thus contributing to the wider ecological and environmental effort.

    All the monkeys, both big and small - from the white-whiskered gibbons, the mandrills, titis and saki monkeys right down to the silvery marmosets - never fail to amaze, delight and entertain!

    Additional informations

    Last entry before park closure 1.30pm.
    Wheelchair and buggy access
    Not accessible by public transport

    Schedules and prices

    Admission prices :
        Full price : 18 €
        Children from 5 to 12 years : 12 €
        Up to 4 years : Free


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