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Reserve zoologique de Sauvage

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Chateau de Sauvage | Emance, 78125, Rambouillet, France
+33 1 34 94 00 94
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Close to Nature

I love this place not beacuse you can see extroardinary species but becaue you are close to... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2017
Epernon, France
It wasn't bad

The zoo is constantly modernising which is needed and is vastly improving some of the current... read more

Reviewed 19 November 2016
Dreux, France
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15 Mar 2017
“Close to Nature”
19 Nov 2016
“It wasn't bad”
Chateau de Sauvage | Emance, 78125, Rambouillet, France
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

I love this place not beacuse you can see extroardinary species but becaue you are close to animals. They are free in a nice park. Just have a walk as in a garden and meet walabies, antelopes, peacocks... realxing and nice fro children

Thank Globetrotter28210
Reviewed 19 November 2016 via mobile

The zoo is constantly modernising which is needed and is vastly improving some of the current animal accommodation.. It's a nice place to go for a day trip if in the area.

Thank Vixster28
Reviewed 12 September 2016

We took some friends to the Chateau Sauvage on a warm Sunday morning, we did not really know what to expect so it was a great surprise when we entered the park to have the vista of the lake with the flamingos and other birds....More

Thank Theophilos_Paris
Reviewed 7 August 2016

A delightful family outing where walabies and antelopes live in harmony and complete freedom to come give you a nuzzle. The birds are equally charming and friendly with stunning pink flamingos, black swans, and peacocks strolling at your side. - The park is natural and...More

Thank ParisSparkleGuide
Reviewed 3 August 2016 via mobile

We visited the Reserve Zoologique de Sauvage in early August. The visit consists of the walking tour of the park of an historical property. With a young child, it took us about 2h30min to do the tour, however it could probably be done in less...More

Thank stephane_a_roy
Reviewed 30 June 2015

No cages, or only one or two, only the sounds of the peacocks and the flamingos. A quiet place where you might see animals hopping, running, stopping and staring at you completely unafraid. Expensive because there is a lot of upkeep involved but a rather...More

1  Thank adedel46
Reviewed 1 September 2014

Pleasant - pretty setting, spectacular birds, lots of other wildlife BUT Ridiculously expensive - 42 euros for three adults and 2 children, for a walk of less than an hour (forbidden to go the grass, and no information provided on the animals)

2  Thank Melissa W
Reviewed 10 May 2014

Pink flamingos, deer, wallaby,wandering freely in the beautiful and big park, a lot of exotics birds, this place is really nice and relaxing, a perfect place to have a little picnic surrounded by wild animals...but the weather needs to be dry and warm, otherwise it´s...More

3  Thank willbear75
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