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The Zoo sauvage of St-Felicien invites you to come live an unforgettable experience among the Borealie species. Come witness the proximity of almost 1000 live animals in natural wide open spaces. Get on board our caged train to discover the...more
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2230 Boulevard Du Jardin, Saint-Felicien, Quebec G8K 2P8, Canada
We absolutely loved this zoo although we only saw a fraction of it. We tour the Natural Trail where you were touring on a bus and we were the ones "caged" in. It's an open zoo where these Boreal forest animals are living together in...More
Michael V, Responsable relations clients at Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Felicien, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Nice place to visit. You have to go when they are feeding the animals (check listings for times). Little train ride is a must. Great multi sensory film. Check out skins and skeletons on second floor of main building. Some animals such as mackacks seemed...More
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Michael V, Responsable relations clients at Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Felicien, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for sharing your feedback of your visit with us and the Trip Advisor community. We want to inform you that all our Japanese macaques are healthy and are doing well! Sometimes they are tough to each other and we have one under treatment...More
We had looked forward to this visit for a long time but were disappointed with the layout of the zoo and the difficulty getting around if you had mobility issues. No matter which way you went it all seemed to be UP HILL. The ride...More
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Michael V, Responsable relations clients at Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Felicien, responded to this reviewResponded August 3, 2018
We are sorry that your visit didn’t live up to your expectations. Currently, the whole Zoo is open, the construction sites being either finished or suspended. It’s true that there is some unevenness in the pesdestrian paths. This is why we offer a free...More
We were 2 adults that visited this zoo on July 15, 2018. When we arrived at the zoo around 11 a.m. , the parking lot was 99% full! Fortunately, we found a parking space. We are not people who regularly visit zoos, but this zoo...More
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Michael V, Responsable relations clients at Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Felicien, responded to this reviewResponded July 24, 2018
Thanks for your comments. It’s always nice to know that visitors had a great and a unique experience at the Zoo sauvage. Looking forward to seeing you again on your next trip in the region!
Normally I don't like to see animals in cages but here the animals are free to roam in herds over hundreds of acres. I really enjoyed riding the "train" through the various habitats and seeing some huge animals up close like bears, buffalo, caribou and...More
Michael V, Responsable relations clients at Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Felicien, responded to this reviewResponded July 16, 2018
Thank you for your feedback! Indeed, all the money received is reinvested in the care, food and animal habitats of our Zoo. It's a pleasure to see you again.
We purchase tickets on line. Their web site said 3 exhibits were closed. When we got there, traveling from Ontario, and France, we found out that more that 1/2 of the zoo is closed. ( they still charged us full price) the small area that...More
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Marie-Helene_Zoo, Responsable des relations clients at Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Felicien, responded to this reviewResponded May 11, 2018
From what we understand, you seem to have visited the Zoo at the end of winter time. During winter and spring time the price to visit the Zoo is 50% off. Because of the new habitats we are working on, some areas are, indeed, not...More
Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Felicien is a world class zoo located in Saint-Felicien, QC. We enjoyed most of the exhibits including the Mongolia display but were particularly impressed with the Canadian sector. We had an opportunity to see many animals that I have not seen for...More
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Marie-Helene_Zoo, Responsable des relations clients at Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Felicien, responded to this reviewResponded January 8, 2018