Casela Nature Parks

Set in 450 hectares of greenery, Casela Nature Parks is a place to discover endemic fauna and global biodiversity. Founded in December 1979, initially as an ornithological reserve, it quickly gained popularity and became a place of leisure, entertainment and knowledge.

Five zones will welcome you to meet more than 1,800 animals from all over the world. These areas are offered as options, adapted to the adrenaline rush and the pace of your visit. They comprise the: Thrill Mountain, Predator Kingdom, African Safari, Pangia Birds and Rides and World of Events.

Entrance and ticket fees

You can either take the standard ticket which costs around $20, or you can customise your experience. The standard ticket includes access to the Tulawaka Gold Coaster as well as a safari bus tour, a petting zoo and the chance to see giraffes, sand camels, llamas, predatory cats, among others. If you want to add other interactions or activities to your ticket you can try among others:

The Explorer Package is $54. It includes the Zipline activity, a great drive to see the big cats and a free photo at Safari Kingdom. If you're lucky, you'll also get to see other wildlife, as the cats happily share this area with a growing selection of birds and other species that naturally call the park home.

If you want something wilder, then the $46 Safari Package will not disappoint. In addition to the basic activities, you will have the opportunity to spend time interacting with lions. This package also includes a game drive to view the big cats, a quad bike ride and a unique interaction with rhinos. Don't forget to request your photo from Safari Kingdom.

If you want something extreme... there's the Extreme Package for $54. You can jump off a 45m high platform and dive into the canyon amongst the birds and even bats. This gives you the opportunity to see the landscape of Casela Nature Parks from a great height. This package also includes an aerial walk across the Nepalese bridge, which will make you hold your breath for a few seconds.

If you are visiting the parks with your family, the Family Package is available for only 39$. You can feed turtles as well as giraffes. Children will enjoy petting animals. The package also offers a nice photo at Safari Kingdom.

What not to do at the Casela Nature Parks

While the parks allow you to enjoy several activities and different interactions with the animals, there are a few rules to respect. You should not

  • Enter restricted areas or climb safety fence protected areas.
  • Visit the Zoo under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicants.
  • Enter the parks with your bikes hover boards, kick scooters, skate boards. (Except baby bike with side wheels)
  • Harm the animals.

Get 10% discount by booking directly from the official website of Casela Nature Parks

Casela Nature Parks

Monday to Sunday from 9 AM to 5 PM

Open on public holidays

Closed on 25th December and 1st of January

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