You should head off to our zoos if you want to observe our native species and their more exotic neighbours up close. Their generous enclosures guarantee the animals are kept in species-appropriate conditions, while ensuring that visitors not only have an unobstructed view of them at large, but also an enjoyable visit.
Why not go trekking with animals – with cows, donkeys or horses, just like our ancestors did. Or go on an unconventional trek accompanied by animals from far-flung countries such as lamas, huskies or camels.
Looking for an exceptional experience in nature? If so, we’d recommend paying a visit to one of our wildlife parks, where you’ll not only find out all there is to know about our native fauna, but also facts about some of the species that are no longer to be found in the wild.
Vastly differing altitudes and more than 14,00km2 of lakes are conducive to the unique coexistence of numerous species of birds in our country. This is why every ornithologist and all those interesting in finding out more about our feathered friends need to put a visit to Switzerland on their bucket list during the spring and autumn migratory periods.