Bioparc Fuengirola, Spain
A simulated tropical forest, lush with vegetation, rivers and waterfalls, you’ll see crocodiles basking on the sandy shores of the Nile, Sumatra tigers bathing besides Angkor Wat, lemurs playing around an ancient Baobab tree and, if you’re brave, bats flitting around abandoned mines. There is a “Claro de Selva”, where you can see birds and mammals living in their own natural habitat.
Visitors are stepping inside a true documentary of the deepest tropical woodlands. Lowland Gorillas, Sumatran Tigers, Borneo Orangutans, Pygmy Hippopotamus or Malayan Tapirs are some of its inhabitants. Look down at the Forest Floor and you’ll spot meerkats, giant snails and river hogs. Look up in the Forest Canopy and you’ll see gibbons and hornbills and rainbow loris monkeys.