Burgers' Zoo and Safaripark, Arnhem

#1 of 71 in Parks in Gelderland Province
Zoo · Zoo / Aquarium
Burgers' Zoo and Safaripark, home to over 10,000 animals from more than 500 species, welcomes 1.5 million tourists per year and is one of the biggest zoos in the country. Within its 45 hectares (110 acres) of land, the park showcases different regions of the earth, including mangrove forests, plains, and oceans. Watch African rhinos, giraffes, and gnus share a watering hole, and observe large cats from a wooden cabin within their habitat. Pass through dark tunnels filled with stalactites and stalagmites, home to snakes and blind fish. View the largest aquarium coral reef outside of Australia. Before you head to Arnhem, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Arnhem trip itinerary maker site, to make sure you see all that Arnhem has to offer, including Burgers' Zoo and Safaripark.
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  • One of the best zoos I have ever been! A walk through kind of type. My favorite was the tropical part. Flying birds and bats over your head. Tropical ornamental plants to see, especially for plant...  more »
  • Great zoo. So many different types of animals. The mangrove was amazing with all the butterfly's. This zoo is great value for money and a great day out. I would recommend bringing your own food and...  more »
  • It's a nice zoo. There are lots of animals to see and lots of things to do for children. The best parts are where you go indoors, you can really see all of the work that was put into it, I liked the glass tunnel in the aquarium the most because it was really cool to see the fish around you. Overall it is a nice zoo, but there is nothing there that you won't be able to find any where else.
  • Beautiful to see the world imitated in a small place like that seeing all kinds of animals and plants from far beyond so close in one. But the saddest part is, seeing the animals as prisoners with all the best treatment they are getting every day yet it's sad to see them in cages without their actual freedom they used to have in jungle or actual places. I hope they are one day returns to where they belongs. Because every life needs its own freedom.
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