Parque de la Naturaleza Cabarceno

Whoever devised, designed and then landscaped this ‘Nature Park’ deserves a medal !! Obviously there are some animals that need to be secured behind bars or fences, however, all the animals that we saw had acres of land to roam in and not just paddocks that enabled them to just pace up and down. As well as showing some of the animals, and believe me this is just a small sample of the photographs taken on the day (I took nearly 200 !!), I have also included many of the roads driven within the ‘Parque’ and the surrounding landscape to give you an idea of the space. I hope you enjoy them…………

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All of the above photographs were taken by myself or Shazza on the day and not re-produced from any other media.

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12 Responses to Parque de la Naturaleza Cabarceno

  1. coolasluck says:

    Lovely photos,thanks for sharing.

  2. noggin says:

    Enjoyed looking at those pictures Eric. Have been able to identify most of them but what is that strange animal lurking on the fence with a giraffe in the background? (!!)

  3. Carole and Brian says:

    I can’t believe that we stayed overnight in this aire …..AND MISSED ALL OF THIS!!! We walked up to the valley and admired the elephants , not realising there was SO much more to see. Thank you Eric and Shazza for the virtual tour. What a place, eh?!

  4. Sue - dippingatoe says:

    What a wonderful place I shall have to remember that for next year maybe πŸ™‚

  5. Debs says:

    Brilliant Photos…… looks like you had a great day πŸ™‚

  6. Chris and Brian aka Destination Unknown says:

    Brilliant photos. Will definately try to visit and as you say a brilliant way to finish your initial foray into fulltiming…….great ain’t it.

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