Casela World of Adventures
100 locals recommend ·
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Conçu sur le modèle des réserves africaines, Casella est un vaste domaine de 4 500 ha où vous pourrez rencontrer de nombreux animaux et même marcher avec les lions !
Nature park just around the corner. Walk with captive lions, enjoy a good lunch.
Multi-activity park: (allow at least one day) safari, aviaries, educational farm, quad excursions, Segway 4x4, buggy, ziplines, walk with lions or tigers. More than 2000 multicolored birds of 150 different species. To discover absolutely!
Casela World of Adventures Theme Packages The Casela World of Adventures, known by many as the leading attraction in Mauritius, is a dynamic and vibrant nature park that has a diversity of leisure, nature and animal activities to cater to all its visitors. The Casela Park has something for everyone…
Just next to the Villa Cascavelle. Join us for an unforgettable day with activities for the whole family! Discover a park of 14 hectares which opened its doors in 1979 and today.
Walk with lions, go on a safari drive, feed the animals or just spend the day relaxing in the beautiful gardens and surrounds. Loads of activities - Great for the whole family!
Great for a day out and visiting the friendly animals, zip line and quad biking, among others !
Wildlife park with ostrich zebras lions tigers giant tortoise and other activities
Beautiful tropical place. Be sure you reserve whole day for this excellent adventure, because it is really huge.
Parc animalier (marche avec les lions, felins , oiseaux, miniferme,safari etc.) Activités multiples : quad, cannyon swing ,tyrolienne, etc.
Parc animalier qui n'a rien d'un zoo. Le parc est bien entretenu et la vue y est magnifique.
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