You can find the Park’s entrance at the roundabout in Località Quercia, along the Bussolengo’s Provincial Street 27. After the entrance’s flags You’ll find a fork in the road: on the left You’ll reach the parking area and the Fauna Park; on the right You’ll arrive at the entry and ticket-office of the Safari Park.
Once You parked your car, walk up to Fauna Park ticket-office: You could buy your ticket here (there’s only one ticket for both section of the Park-Fauna & Safari) or You could subscribe the annual membership.
In the square, in front of the ticket-office, You can see the Pippo’s statue: this hippopotamus was the first animal of the Park, since 1969, when Parco Natura Viva opened.
In front of the statue there’s the Natura Bazar Shop, that sells all stuff You need to visit the Park and also funny gadgets.
The first animals You’ll see, once You’ll arrive in the Asian area, are: Bactrian camels, red-crowned Cranes and then, walking on the wood’s bridge, red pandas and muntjak deers.
After the Przewalski’s horses, walk towards yurts and on the right you’ll find the first observatory (of three) to admire the two Siberian tigers.
Once you’ll exit from this first observatory, turn right and walking up, you’ll find the other two observatories for tigers (on the right), the snow leopards paddock (on the left) and the antilopes on the right (immediately beyond tigers paddock).
At the end of the little climb, there are the great aviaries where live some raptors: the bearded vulture and the Egyptian Vulture. After the wood’s bridge, on the right You’ll see the Green-necked Peafowl and, on the left, You’ll find the Red-headed vultures' aviary.
The next step, upon the hill, is South America area. Here live squirrel monkeys, cotton-top tamarins and White-faced Sakis.
In front of Extinction Park entry, You could have a break at the picnic area (there are toilettes and vending machines).
When You see the Extinction Park’s sign, stay on the right: You’ll see the models in chronological order, from the first animal surfaced on the Earth, to first dinosaurs, until the “giants”, like Spinosaurus and T-Rex. The next models are the great mammals of the past, and, after the Indricotherium, You’ll find a little climb on the left that leads to Chelonia, the area of the Park dedicated to turtles and tortoises conservation.
Walking down You’ll arrive to the most recent extinctions and to the end of Extinction Park.
Once You’ll exit the Extinction Park, You will be in South America, again. Stay on the right e walk down from the hill, You’ll find the two-toed sloth, the ocelots and, straight on at the crossroads, live South American Coatis. At the end of this short path, go back and, at the crossroads, turn right: You’ll arrive to a corridor which You’ll admire the scarlet ibis and the little tamarins. On the right there’s the big area where live Spectacled Bears.
Next area is Amazonas: the huge aviary of Macaws. Here live 5 different species: Red-and green macaw, blue-and-yellow macaw, military macaw, the great green macaw and the Scarlet macaw.
The path goes down and, at the turn, there’s the Manas Fast Food area: here You can find toilettes, play area, picnic zone and the rest stop Manas.
You ‘ll see the Aldabra Giant Tortoises, at the end of the path, that live in a big field with a glass house for the most cold days. Near this area there’s a great deviation: follow the arrows to go to tapirs, mongooses and kookaburra. Next stop is the ANIMAL'S FARM: You can enter in this area and meet the different species of domestic animals: goats, pigs, alpacas, Highland cattles and other animals. Pass the farm and on the left You’ll see the Maned Wolf’s area.
Now You will see the directions to the Europe’s path: a way that permits You to see, in a wonderful oak’s wood context, the areas of: Eurasian lynx, grey wolf, wild cat, Mouflon and Mesopotamian Fallow Deer.
At the end of the path stay on the right at the crossroads: You will enter in Borealia, the area dedicated to the animals from cold countries. Here You could see the Snowy Owl, the Siberian eagle owl, reindeers and a picnic area under olive trees. Going down on the path You will find the European bison’s area. This species is important for the Park because we are involved, personally, in the Conservation Project to reintroduce it into nature.
You can also see the aviary of: the Ural Owl, the griffon vulture and the northern Bald ibis.
Returning on the entrance of the Fauna Park You could admire the Greater Flamingos and, if You want, proceed to the Fauna Park’s exit, on the right.
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