An unforgettable journey into the world of Beauval
If your child is 8 to 12 years old, why not give them a unique experience: a total immersion into the ZooParc de Beauval world for 3 days!
You child will discover the animal species living in the park over 3 half-days, whilst accompanied by one of our keeper-facilitators; they will take part in feeding the animals, creating enrichments, DIY projects, and other hands-on activities.
How can I book?
On the website: https://billetterie.zoobeauval.com
If you do not have a credit card: contact us on 0254 755 000. Your booking will be definitively validated upon receipt of payment by check.
How do I use my gift voucher?
- Go to the web page for the activity for which you have a gift voucher
- Select your desired time slot
- Pay with your gift voucher in the field provided
Tel: 0254 755 000 every day, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.E-mail: email@example.com
What can I bring on the day of the activity?
Do not hesitate to bring a camera if you wish to take photos as a souvenir of your activity. Participants remain responsible for any such items.
Activity reserved for children aged 8 to 12. Groups of 8 children maximum with a keeper-facilitator.
The programme is published for information purposes only. It is subject to change between your date of purchase and your date of participation in the activity. It may also be modified according to weather conditions.
or for reasons related to the well-being of our animals.
The activities and gift vouchers are neither exchangeable nor refundable. If you have any questions, contact us on 0254 755 000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stoppage of the activity
Each participant must strictly adhere to the safety instructions and the ZooParc de Beauval’s internal rules and regulations.
In the event of non-compliance with these instructions, the Management reserves the right to stop the activity at any time, without reimbursement.
Each day make sure to arrive 15 minutes before the activity starts, our facilitator will be waiting for you in the forecourt, behind the ZooParc’s tills.