01 May - 31 Dec: Daily
You may explore the zoo for as long as you wish.
Zoo Opening Timings:
Winter: 09:00am – 5:00pm
Summer: 09:00am – 8:00pm
Tour ends at Paphos Zoo.
Be surrounded by the magical sounds of the birds and waterfalls as you enjoy the unspoilt beauty in the natural parkland.
The Paphos Zoo is set in a beautiful and panoramic 100.000m2 of land, the theme park is rated amongst the top 3 parks in Europe and is waiting for you to enjoy “all the Magic of Nature” in a high standard and natural environment. This unique experience will acquaint you with one of the largest bird and exotic parrot collections and interesting variety of rare animals such as the giant 150kg Tortoises, deer, antelopes, reptiles, eagles, owls and much-much more.
Let the animators entertain your children with hours of fun and discovery throughout the park in the playground and let the children play with the animals in the Children’s Farm. Pet feed and interact with small animals such as miniature goats. Sponsor and adopt an animal of your choice.
Savour the delights of Restaurant and refresh yourself in one of the snack bars surrounded by the enchanting sounds of bird songs, enrich your senses and relax in an environment of lakes, ponds, waterfalls and the plant life of Cyprus in gardens.
We are offering at set times throughout the week free face painting and balloon blowing exhibitions. The shops are stocked with very good quality souvenirs, merchandise and a full range of pottery.
The Park is situated 15km from Paphos & 6km past Coral Bay. Follow the coastal road through Coral Bay / Peyia junction towards St George area then follow the Paphos Zoo Indicator Panels to the park.
Voucher information: No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or tablet you can present your voucher on your device for this activity.
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