Malaga is home to a fantastic wildlife park known as Bioparc Fuengirola. Located in the nearby town of Fuengirola, a short distance from Malaga, it's a highly respected zoological park recognized for its focus on conservation and its immersive animal exhibits.
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A pelican in Bioparc Fungirola
A pelican in Bioparc Fungirola

Malaga Zoo - Bioparc Fuengirola

Bioparc Fuengirola is not your traditional zoo. It's designed as a "zoo-immersion", meaning that the animals' enclosures are designed to replicate their natural habitats as closely as possible, and barriers are hidden so that visitors feel as though they're stepping into the animals' world.

The park is divided into several territories representing different ecosystems from around the globe, including the jungles of Madagascar, Equatorial Africa, Southeast Asia, and the islands of the Indo-Pacific. Each territory is home to species typical of that region, including gorillas, tigers, lemurs, and many others.

Bioparc Fuengirola places a heavy emphasis on conservation and education. They participate in numerous European endangered species breeding programs and regularly host educational presentations and activities to raise awareness about wildlife conservation.

The park is also home to a range of facilities for visitors, including restaurants, picnic areas, and children's areas. Overall, it makes for a wonderful day out for animal lovers and families.

Please verify the current operating hours, restrictions, and ticket prices on the Bioparc Fuengirola's official website before planning your visit.

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