As every year at PAL since 2012, PAL opens the doors of the animal park (closed attractions) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the occasion of the Le PAL Nature Foundation Day. Entrance is at the single price of 10 € (free for children under 1 meter). Please note SEASON PASSES are not valid. All the benefits of this day are entirely donated to the Foundation. All the teams running the park on this day are therefore volunteers.
Many activities are organized on this day. We offer visitors many snacks and animal shows, behind the scenes guided tours (on-site registration the same day, € 3 / person within the limit of available places). The public will be able to discover the back of the decor by visiting with a trainer the buildings of elephants, chimpanzees, giraffes ...
Visitors can also stop at the various stands offered by the park's volunteers and the partner associations of the PAL Nature Foundation to better understand the animals, the Foundation's actions with endangered species and the work of our partners in natural environment.
A catering service (picnic basket / menus with hot dishes) is also offered to visitors.
This exceptional day allows us to raise funds to help associations working in a natural environment for the protection of protected species and spaces. All the benefits of this day allow the PAL Nature Foundation to diversify the aid offered to endangered species by creating new partnerships with wildlife protection programs or by further helping long-term partners.
Thanks to nearly 4,000 visitors welcomed in 2018, it was around € 50,000 that enabled the Le PAL Nature Foundation to take concrete action to save animals in their natural environment.
So we are counting on you!
To find out more about partnerships, do not hesitate to consult the website of the Le PAL Nature Foundation or buy your entrance ticket directly
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