Seeteufel adventure park has been a popular choice for outings in the Bernese Seeland region for decades. From humble beginnings as a few aquariums in a railway carriage, it has grown into a unique world that is just waiting to be discovered.
This zoo and adventure park near Lake Biel is sure to impress with its surprisingly diverse collection of animals. Ring-tailed lemurs, wallabies, African ibex, zebras, monkeys, meerkats and graceful serval cats await in the zoo alongside native species such as deer and otter.
Located in the heart of the nature reserve along the old Aare river course, this unusual setting has offered fun and entertainment to children for over 50 years. Seeteufel is all about interaction between animals and humans, with children between the ages of 2 and 12 treated to a particularly appealing, educational and interesting experience here. Ways to get up close and personal with wildlife include feeding the animals, pony rides, a train ride through the nature reserve and a petting zoo. These are complemented by attractions such as bumper cars, diggers, electric boats and bouncy castles.
There are also a number of free picnic areas and two barbecue areas, which are subject to a charge. The park has many mini tricycles for children to ride from one attraction to the next. As Seeteufel is home to more than 40 species from five different continents, dogs are unfortunately not permitted.
March - October
4 to 8 hours (full day)
|Suitable for children with age||
0 to 5 years, 6 to 9 years, 10 to 13 years, 14+ years
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