Paphos Zoo

Published 14th of July, 2019

Paphos region is full of beautiful countryside, interesting villages and historical sites but earlier this week we decided to take our daughter to visit Pafos Zoo...

Car Park

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Pafos Zoo is near the end of the Coast Road. If you have a car then drive along the coast road past Coral Bay towards Sea Caves and turn right when signposted to Pafos Zoo, continue following the signs until you reach the ample car park.

Shuttle Buses

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The zoo also runs shuttle buses calling at many of the main hotels in Paphos, just make your reservation online (www.pafoszoo.com/transportation) at least 24 hours before your visit.

Enter Here

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Now head to the entrance and buy your tickets, if you are a resident take along your yellow slip or ID card for a discount.

Not Pining

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Along with your ticket you will receive a free map to help guide you around the park and there is a note of when the Parrot shows will be taking place that day. Well worth a visit to see various parrots and owls flying around the indoor amphitheatre and performing tricks.

Map

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