At Camping Le Séquoia: Get ready for an animal adventure
Nestled in the picturesque village of Payrac, Camping Le Séquoia is the ideal place to explore the natural and cultural wonders of the Lot and Dordogne. The region's animal parks offer a must-see experience for wildlife and flora enthusiasts. In this article, we take you on a tour of the animal parks to visit during your stay at Camping Le Séquoia.
Gramat Animal Park
The Gramat Animal Park is located in the heart of the Quercy Causses Regional Natural Park. Covering more than 40 hectares, this park is home to over 1,000 animals from 150 different species, some of which are endemic to the Lot. The spacious and environmentally friendly facilities provide an idyllic setting for animals and visitors.
Among the species present, you can observe wolves, otters, deer, lynx, vultures, owls, and many more. The park also offers entertainment and shows, as well as playgrounds for children.
The Gramat Animal Park is open every day from February to November. Rates and opening hours are available on their website.
Calviac Zoological Reserve
The Calviac Zoological Reserve is located in the Dordogne and extends over 5 hectares of preserved forest. The park focuses on conservation and environmental education, offering guided tours and workshops for children.
The reserve is home to nearly 200 animals from 35 different species, some of which are endangered. Among the animals to discover are lemurs, wallabies, tamarins, marmosets, bats, and exotic birds.
The Calviac Zoological Reserve is open all year round, except for January. Check their website for rates and opening hours.
Teich Bird Park
Presentation of the park The Teich Ornithological Park is located on the Arcachon Basin, in the Dordogne. It covers nearly 120 hectares and is home to hundreds of bird species. This park is a privileged site for observing migratory birds and local species in their natural habitat.
The birds to discover Among the species present, you can observe herons, white spoonbills, ducks, geese, egrets, cormorants, ospreys, and many other birds. Trails and observatories are set up to facilitate observation without disturbing the animals.
Practical information The Teich Bird Park is open all year round, with rates and opening hours available on their website.
The Lot and Dordogne are full of exciting animal parks that will delight both young and old during your stay at Camping Le Séquoia. Don't miss planning your visits to these parks for an unforgettable experience in the great outdoors. Enjoy your stay at Camping Le Séquoia to discover these wonders and create memorable memories with your loved ones.