Pairi Daiza

Domaine de Cambron, nr. -
7940, Cambron-Casteau
+32 (0) 68 25.08.50 www.pairidaiza.eu English, French, Dutch Prix standard adulte € Add to Cart 
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The bird garden thatstarted in 1993 in the old Cambron Estate has changed with the times into a series of world gardens. From one corner of Pairi Daiza to the other you cross continents, eras, cultures and atmospheres. A voyage close to home, calmand at your pace.Through the Andalucian garden,and the Rosary, youenter the monks'' garden. In the amphitheatre by the abbey tower you can brush shoulders with birds of prey in flight. Followed by the cries and colours of the parrots you enter the big Aviary« Paradisio », the largest in Europe where you will discover the tropical and desert hot-houses. The coloured birds and the hundred year old tortoises lounge about here, carefree. The authentic Chinese garden, covering about 2 hectares, with its temples which have been built according to strict rules and traditions, houses a family of red pandas. Captain Nemo shows you the secrets of the ocean through a hundred types of fish of all sizes. After a little stop for the children in the enormous playground, beside the seals and the penguins, youcome in contact with the little South American monkeys, then theMadagascar lemurs. Around the big whaler you will see giraffes, elephants, hippopotamuses, tapirs, gibbons and even the rare "shoe-bill" and in the galleries of the boat, snakes, crocodiles and all sorts of reptiles. The Kingdom of Ganesha then waits to welcome you : Bali temples, Timor village, the elephants swimming pool, the terraced rice fields with their water buffalo plus the macaques, porcupines and the ruins of the Asmat civilisations, Dayaks and other Indonesian rareties...... Projects for 2011 : an Australian aviary, a Chinese restaurant, a "Tea-House", a mini-brewery .... * *Due to open during the season.
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From March 31st to October 26th : 10 am – 6 pm but some days till 9 pm. In July and August : 10 am – 9 pm and till 11 pm each Fridays and Saturdays. From October 27th to November 4th : 10 am – 9 pm (Halloween).