Pairi Daiza Zoo

Pairi Daiza 🦓🦓🦓

-Huge zoo with a vast playground and a little train going around
-It has been voted Europe’s best zoo in the past
-The park is 75 hectares and hosts 7,000 animals, so most probably you will not see everything in one day
-You can either prioritize what you visit or take the little train to drive around the park (not running for now)
-If you’re looking for a petting zoo where you can have direct contact with the animals, the little goat section near the entrance is exactly that
-All outdoor spaces are open, indoor spaces remain closed for now (February 2021)
-The restaurants are closed, but there are places to buy take away food throughout the park
-Picnic is also allowed, there are many picnic tables and benches around the park
-Masks are mandatory everywhere in the park as of 12 years old and as of 3 years old at the monkey island. It is also mandatory to wear a mask between the car park and the entrance of the park and from the Cambron-Casteau train stop to the entrance of the park
-You can get a free map at the entrance, check the last pic as always or download a map here:
-Cost: kids < 3 years old free, kids 3-11 years old EUR 32, 12+ years old EUR 37
-Season pass: kids <2 years old free, kids 3-11 years old EUR 88, 12+ years old EUR 98
-You can convert your day ticket to a season pass on the day you visit
-Online booking is mandatory. You can buy your tickets here:
-Parking costs EUR 9
-You can also stay overnight at the lodges in the park
-Stroller friendly, wheelchair friendly
-You can rent a wagon for the kids for EUR 5
-You can also borrow a wheelchair for free
-Dogs are not allowed
-Toilets are available at several points throughout the park
-A bit less than 1 hour drive SW of Schuman, Brussels

Pairi Daiza
Domaine de Cambron, 7940 Brugelette