I arrived at BIOPARC of Valencia -Located on Avenida Pío Baroja, 3- walking after getting off the subway at the Nou D'Octubre stop If I had had a bike or some more time, I would have chosen a more aerobic way of arriving, touring the Turia riverbed gardens to Parque de Cabecera.
Right at the front door he welcomed us Kielo Bokokó, the Social Media Manager of BIOPARC Valencia. The good of Kielo was our enthusiastic guide during the almost four hours that our visit lasted.
The Spanish private company Rain forest is responsible for the existence of the new concept of zoo immersion in the capital of Turia, there is another BIOPARC of similar nature in Fuengirola.
Well, it is a new technique in which you try to reproduce the natural habitat of the animals so that they feel as comfortable as possible and also the visitor can experience what it would be like to walk through those landscapes while observing them. It has nothing to do with a zoo.
As we walked the access walkway that led us to, nothing more and nothing less, than MadagascarKielo explained to us that a great team of caregivers, veterinarians and specialists are responsible, not only for the animals being fully cared for at all times, but also for giving information to visitors. It's about the public that comes to the BIOPARC finish their visit knowing something more about their tenants and be aware of the importance of respecting the environment and habitats on which species depend.