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Layout and visit circuit

  

Plan parcours pédestre
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Accueil
Accueil
Alpaga
Alpaga
Antilope cervicapre
Antilope cervicapre
Baudet du Poitou
Baudet du Poitou
Bison
Bison
Bouquetin de Nubie
Bouquetin de Nubie
Cabiai
Cabiai
Cerf de bactriane
Cerf de bactriane
Cerf de Duvaucel
Cerf de Duvaucel
Cerf de Dyboswki
Cerf de Dyboswki
Cerf d'Eld
Cerf d'Eld
Zèbre de Grant
Zèbre de Grant
Cerf du père David
Cerf du père David
Cerf pseudaxis
Cerf pseudaxis
Cerf de Virginie
Cerf de Virginie
Cheval de Przewalski
Cheval de Przewalski
Chèvre naine
Chèvre naine
Cheval de Przewalski
Cheval de Przewalski
Cigogne
Cigogne
Cistude
Cistude
Cobe de Lechwe
Cobe de Lechwe
Cygne noir
Cygne noir
Daim de Mésopotamie
Daim de Mésopotamie
Damalisque
Damalisque
Dhôle
Dhôle
Elan du Cap
Elan du Cap
Elan
Elan
Flamant rose
Flamant rose
Gaur
Gaur
Gnou à queue blanche
Gnou à queue blanche
Grand kangourou
Grand kangourou
Guanoco
Guanoco
Guépard
Guépard
Hyène rayée
Hyène rayée
Ibis
Ibis
Lama
Lama
Lémuriens
Lémuriens
Loup
Loup
Lynx
Lynx
Markhor
Markhor
Muntjac
Muntjac
Nandou
Nandou
Oryx beisa
Oryx beisa
Oryx algazelle
Oryx algazelle
Pécari
Pécari
Pélican
Pélican
pique nique
pique nique
pique nique
pique nique
Porc-épic
Porc-épic
Restaurant
Restaurant
Toilettes
Toilettes
Toilettes
Toilettes
Sambar
Sambar
Sika de formose
Sika de formose
Sika du Japon
Sika du Japon
Surricate
Surricate
Tigre
Tigre
Wallaby de bennett
Wallaby de bennett
Wapiti
Wapiti
Markhor
Markhor
Watusi
Watusi
Cerf de Duvaucel
Cerf de Duvaucel
Cerf d'Eld
Cerf d'Eld
Cobe de Lechwe
Cobe de Lechwe
Sika du Japon
Sika du Japon
Mouflon
Mouflon

436-hectare forested area

Located in the heart of a 436-hectare forested area on the doorstep of La Brenne Regional Nature Park, the Réserve Zoologique de la Haute-Touche is home to more than 1,300 animals belonging to 120 species from five continents: tigers, cheetahs, lynx, baboons, lemurs, many deer, antelopes and birds...

These wildlife ambassadors live in huge enclosures shaded by ancient oak trees and surrounded by several ponds, offering visitors a natural, peaceful and authentic setting. The walking tour is available in one or two routes. You can also travel the wide shaded pathways by bike*, electric buggies (available for hire) or by carriage (Sundays, public holidays and school holidays).

Many of the vantage points offer panoramic views of most of the herds and wildlife that live at Haute-Touche. Binoculars are available for hire to offer an even better view of the animals.Information panels mark out the various visit circuits. There are spaces where you can watch the lemurs being fed, as well feeding time for pelicans and other African birds.

There are many benches and picnic areas where you can relax. The reception facilities also include a restaurant and a shop.

*You can use your own bikes.