The entire complex of the Park is configured as a protected area in which plants and animals are perfectly integrated.
An environment free of architectural barriers and fascinating.
A characteristic lowland wetland forest is the setting for ponds, streams, canals, ponds, springs and springs that also house a large colony of aquatic plants such as water lilies and rushes.
In addition to the fish fauna, amphibians and reptiles, many poultry species and even mammals such as badgers, weasels, dormice, hedgehogs and rabbits are also home to the Park.
The specificity of the Paradise Fish Park is that it is neither a zoo nor a safari park or a fishing pond. This has the advantage of being able to observe the animals in their environment, having the pleasure of discovering them.
For those who live in the city, it will surely be interesting to take a short visit to the educational farm, where cows and piglets can be seen from close up.
To support the visit there are many underwater observers that allow you to see the fish in their habitat, without disturbing them in the slightest. This system combines the suggestion and comfort of an aquarium observation with the educational utility.
For a better visit to the Park, we recommend booking educational activities with expert guides who, with a language appropriate to the age and interest of the school public or not, will illustrate everything that is encountered along the way.