Following the President’s speech, further measures have entered into force since July 21: from that date, the health Pass is mandatory to access the zoo.
From July 21, any visitor over the age of 18 must present their health pass at the entrance of the park. It consists of either:
- a proof of complete Covid-19 vaccination obtained:
* 7 days after the 2nd injection for double injection vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca);
* 7 days after the single injection of vaccine in people with a prior history of covid-19;
* 4 weeks after the injection for single injection vaccines (Johnson&Johnson)
- a certificate of a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 48 hours
- a certificate of recovery from Covid-19 (result of a positive RT-PCR or antigen test attesting the recover from Covid-19, dating not less than 11 days and less than 6 months).
The heath pass for teenagers between 12 and 17 will be mandatory from August 30.
THE ZOO IS OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 9AM TO 7 PM (JULY 1st to AUGUST 31: FROM 9AM TO 20PM).
The bar with fast food and the gift shop are open.
Shop: one-way flow; hydroalcoholic solution dispenser. Limited number of customers inside at once.
No reservation is required to visit the zoo.
You can go to the main entrance and directly buy your day ticket.
Those who already have tickets can present themselves at the park entrance.
E-TICKETS (bought before 31/12/2020): automatically extend by one year.
ANNUAL PASSES (bought before 31/12/2020) : automatically extended by one year.
To guarantee the health security of our visitors and our teams, there are preventive measures to be respected:
- Wearing a mask is mandatory.
- Respect the barrier gestures: distance of at least 1 meter between each family, regular hand washing (hydro-alcoholic gel dispensers available on the pathway), one-way flow (marked footpath), respect ground markings in the concerned areas.
- Prefer contactless payment by bank card as much as possible (up to €50).
Face masks mandatory.
Respect the one-way flow with the marked footpath and the ground markings in the concerned areas.
Maintain a distance of at least 1 metre with people or other families.
Wash your hands very often.
When coughing or sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with your arm or use a disposable tissue.