The Granby Zoo: for people who love
The Granby Zoo
is one of the most
important zoos in North America. It provides a fulfilling
experience for visitors, teaching them about animal conservation
efforts. Families and friends are invited to follow the trails
inspired by four continents as they come across close to
1,500 animals, including exotic species: elephants, giraffes,
gorillas, tigers and many others. This summer look forward to a roar of
a good time in the lion’s den or have a blast in the water park,
the amusement park and the Dinozoo animatronic dinosaur park.
You’ll be screaming "Zoohoo"!
See the lions
The king of the savannah will be
honoured this summer, as three African lions – Congo, Cécilia
and Kao – have recently moved into a new habitat reminiscent of
a Maasai village. To learn more about these spectacular lions,
look for the majestic baobab that stands like a guardian of
knowledge, dispensing scientific information on two touchscreens.
four surprising experiences!
There’s no chance of getting bored at
the Granby Zoo! Start at the zoological garden, where you’ll meet
the fabulous animals of Africa, South America, Asia, Oceania and
the South Pacific in their habitats that seek to reproduce natural
environments. After that, head over to the magnificent Amazon-inspired
Amazoo Water Park to cool off on the water slides and in the wave
pool, the adventure river and the basins. Ready for a thrill? Head
over to the popular amusement park to have fun on the bumper cars,
merry-go-round, Ferris wheel, small motorcycles, helicopters and
other rides. And if you want an adventure, try the Kimbunga
pirogue and Python Panic roller coaster! Two other exciting
features are the 7D Theater complete with special effects, and the
Dinozoo Park, open for one last year, featuring 21 full-scale