436-hectare forested area
However, visitors will still be able to take their own bikes with them on a walking tour of the park, or rent a bike on site.
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.