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Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park 6 Orono

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Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park
3667 Concession Road
6 Orono
ON
L0B 1M0
Tel: 905 983 5016

Directions

Well sign posted. Free parking.

Where are we going today?

Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park is much more than big cats with nearly 180 animals representing over 60 species to visit and observe with modern viewing platforms and observation stations plus intepretive boards keep you learning about what you're seeing.

Every afternoon you can catch the free daily feeding tour and watch the big cats snacking.

Additional Behind The Scenes encounter options allow such experiences as feeding lemurs, walking with tigers or stroking wolves!


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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$15
  • Children$8 to $10
  • Free Under: 2 years.
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Year round 7 days a week 10am to 5pm.

I'm Hungry!

A Snack Bar offering light meals is open during the summer season. Vistors are also welcome to bring their own lunches, which can be enjoyed on the patio..

Any Top Tips?

Take a camera!.

Doing our bit

One of only 24 zoological parks and aquariums in Canada that are fully accredited by the Canadian Association of Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA), a non-profit organization established to promote the welfare of animals..

Can I get one of those?

Gift shop available..

What people are saying?

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    We had a great time at this small private zoo yesterday. For $45 for a family of four (cheaper if you buy online) we spent 2 1/2 hours seeing some rare animals and watched the feeding time. For twice that price, the zoo has a "behind the scenes" tour that puts you in contact with species including a Serval cat, the hyenas (believe it!), and the lemurs. We'll do it next time.

    I agree with the earlier comments about the small enclosures, especially for the wolves. But as one reviewer put it the animals are in good shape and seem happy. And where...Read More

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    Awesome!! The cats r sooo cute!

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    Jungle Cat World is a deceptively large park with many beautiful and well cared for animals. I was taken aback at first by the somewhat small enclosures which they are kept in, however between the enrichment for them in the park, the affection the animals show towards their keepers, and the general behaviour of these animals it is clear that they are happy; there are far more important factors to a creature's well-being than simply the size of the enclosure. I thoroughly enjoyed my time here, and hope to visit again soon.

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    Best zoo I've been to

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    I had so much fun at Jungle Cat World! We got to feed the animals and take pictures with them and it is sooo much better than the Toronto Zoo! I LOVE JUNGLE CAT WORLD!

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by Michael Werneburg

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We had a great time at this small private zoo yesterday. For $45 for a family of four (cheaper if you buy online) we spent 2 1/2 hours seeing some rare animals and watched the feeding time. For twice that price, the zoo has a "behind the scenes" tour that puts you in contact with species including a Serval cat, the hyenas (believe it!), and the lemurs. We'll do it next time.

I agree with the earlier comments about the small enclosures, especially for the wolves. But as one reviewer put it the animals are in good shape and seem happy. And where else are you going to see both snow leopards and Amur leopards - there are only about 120 of the latter in the entire world! Small enclosures are a problem with zoos everywhere; the Toronto zoo effectively killed off half their elephants before shipping the rest away. I've seen worse crowding of big animals in zoos in Shanghai and Tokyo.

It's only been a day, but my six year old son's already asked to go back.

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