Tunisia Zoo The Zoo was established in 1963. It now has more than 163 animal species. There are 61 species of mammals and birds and 5 94 species of reptiles. In total there are more than 1000 individual animals. Tunisia Zoo occupies an area of 15 hectares. Here you can see elephants, monkeys, peacocks and other animals. Among the most valuable exhibits is white rhinoceros. The whole zoo focuses mainly on African animals. the operation
Tunisia Zoo receives annually about 1 million people. The area also includes a cafe and shady picnic. Maurian enjoys hookah cafe. The Tunis Zoo is open all year. Tickets cost 0,5 dinars for adults and 300 milimů for a child. Camera or camcorder, then put another milimů 300
Inside the park there is the space of Al Mudhah, which is an archaeological landmark, and it is used to carry out some exhibitions and demonstrations. Among the demonstrations that took place in this space were a cultural evening in the space of the scintillery on February 23, 2016 to present the writer and artist Aisha Ibrahim, the introduction of her book Les Jardins Secrets Du Belvédère, and a two-day environmental activation demonstration centered by wild animals in Belvedere.
On the other hand, in front of all the cages, graphic panels were provided that provide the public with the most important information about the characteristics of the animals in the garden. Large size panels were also provided, providing general data on the most important animal species, and providing advice and guidance to visitors.
, Several recreation spaces were created in the garden to enable families and groups of children to rest and entertain as the first and second sessions of the Children’s Spring Festival were organized.
In the garden there is also a café that overlooks a water bird pool.
Days and times of opening to the public, entry price
The entry ticket for children between 2 and 14 years old is 1100 mm, 1500 mm for those over 14 years of age. With the exception of Mondays, the garden is open from 9 am until before sunset
Notably, the zoo operates full weekdays, including holidays and holidays.