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Entrance ticket Orsa Predator Park

Orsa Predator Park is Europe's biggest predator park, 325,000 square meters and is located in Grönklitt north of Orsa. This is no ordinary zoo, but a unique opportunity to watch animals in their natural environment.

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Orsa Predator Park is the biggest of its type in Europe and lets you experience these fabulous large predators in their natural environment. Go on one or all of the three themed guided tours here; predators, tigers and animal training.

The animal experts offer you their knowledge and insight and you get to see the animals being fed. You also get close to, but thankfully not to close to, these wild and wonderful animals on the network of viewing platform and walkways. Watch the look on your kids’ faces when the tigers roar for food! Bears, wolves, lynx, fox, eagle owls and wolverines live in the park. The park is also home to Kodiak bears. Polar World is home to polar bears and at the Leopard Center you will find Persian leopards. At top of the park is Tiger Mountain where the world’s largest feline, a Siberian tiger lives. There are also exhibitions and lectures available. Special tours are available for children, who get to meet and feed the animals.

Open year-round. And don't forget your binoculars!

Faciliteter och service

  • Children/Family
  • Summer
  • Winter

Vägbeskrivning

Predator Center Grönklitt is about 13,5 km N of Orsa. Follow signs.

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