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We came here on the way back home.
There was quite a lot visitor's which surprised me totally.
For the people who have never seen these animals this is good place.
But to be honest, I think the animals are not very happy in the...More
I had to give this place 1 star, only because 0 stars is not possible. Firstly the guide spoke no English, we were led around what is basically a private zoo reading the badly translated information and wondering what we had missed. The wolf (dog)...More
We did this day trip with the family.
We knew there were baby bears so the expectations were high.
A small place that takes care of animals that need help.
There are reindeer, dog wolfs, fox, bear, wolfs, lynx with cubs.. So adorable.
Visited late May when the bears were coming out of hibernation. Looks to be run on a budget but provides home and sanctuary for these mighty predators who would otherwise have died. An excellent chance to get up and close to these wonderful creatures. The...More
Small enclosures, rescued animals. Visitors can go around only in groups, not on their own.
The guide feeds the animals apples and berries, so you can only see them at to the fence beg for food.
Humiliating experience for the animals & terrible to watch....More
Small park with 5 different predators; although they said that there is translation in English, the translation was very very summary and you didn't learn anything but the names and ages of the animals :-(
Predator center is nice place for visit. If you want to show your kids great beasts like bear there's no other place. Here you can see a fully grown bear from close range and survive it. :) There isn't plenty of animals but they are...More