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Safari Zoo – Sa Coma

The Safari Zoo In Sa Coma has been there since 1969. We picked up the free transfer  Safari bus from just outside our hotel and it took us to the Zoo.

We had to pay before we bored and at 19 euros per adult and 10 euros per child is was’t too badly priced. When we got there we had to hop of the safari bus and get into a little train which was very open. We started of going round a dessert looking field and there were lots of Animals roaming around with very little shade for them. They all looked a bit skinny, but happy and healthy, if that makes sense?

Anyway we carried on and we stopped with the Zebras, one of the Zebras came right up to the trailers and the guide said he was very friendly and he liked being stroked. Seeing as I dout I would ever get to feel a Zebras skin again it was a great opportunity. The Zebras skin/fur actually felt silky but rough at the same time, if that’s even possible? Bell and Bear didn’t want to touch the Zebra.

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Next we drove along to the area where most of the Monkeys where hanging out and the monkeys were all wondering around expect for one who ran as fast as he could, then slowed down and climbed up onto the trailer and sat for a minute or two on the side enjoying the ride. Bell wasn’t keen on the monkey catching a ride with us she moved from me to another bench, Bear however couldn’t stopped looking at him.

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We then went to the Graffias and some people even feed them, there tongues  are very strange, but they are beautiful creatures. We didn’t feed them as I do’t think the correct diet for them is bread!

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We then carried on and we got dropped of at the top to where the lions and tigers, Llamas where along with a few birds and my favorite the Meerkats, I could watch them for hours.

There was a huge play area for the children, some of the rope bridges where frayed or had holes in them which was a shame. The cafe was nice and friendly, but the floor was a bit grubby with crumbs where we were sitting.

But overall it was a lovely few hours out of the hotel complex. All these views are my own and I haven’t been paid for this.

 

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