Our Beautiful World
FOR A FAMILY HOLIDAY
The ZOO is open daily from 9.00 to 19.00 and that gives you plenty of time to try all its possibilities. And they are plenty.
As it includes 'Camel Safari' in its name, it is obvious that the children sooner or later will claim their right to do as everybode
else do - to have a Camel Safari. I'm quite sure they won't forget this either.
There is only one problem, and that is 'take-off. For some unknown reason the camels
rise their backs first, and then their forelegs, forcing you to believe you are getting off very quickly. But since you are sitting
with your seatbelts fastened, there is really no danger. Smaller children even sits between their parents or older relatives on
top of the animal and are having a beautiful view of the caravan.
The Camel Safari is an organized excursion in groups climbing a mountain, having a
very nice view of the area, including the beaches below the mountain - and you no doubt wish to go there sometime during the day.
You can easily get back again, and your
ticket to the ZOO is still valid.
So off you go, and the caravan normally 15 camels at all, take you for a 30 minute ride.
You can choose a ride every half hour from 10.00 to 17.30, and go back to the ZOO again
What to do next? Of course, you can visit the nearby Plant and cacti park and walk
around in the 160.000 m² wide area and study the 2.500 different cacti and other succulents of the world,
and have your children asking you to go back to the beach again.
Or you could let them enjoy half an hour of parrot-show.
6 or was it 7 diffent parrots, all white, or red and blue or yellow, green, red and blue doing things you didn't believe a parrot
could do. Or when did you last see a parrot driving a car or go scating along the street?
Have you ever tried to teach a bird to count to five? Or even to ten? And there was more but that you have to see for yourselves.
So why not give it a try? If your children did not get satisfied,
let me know - and I'll see