Parc Safari is a zoo in Hemmingford, Quebec, Canada and is a major tourist attraction in the region. Parc Safari, an amusement and wildlife park, was established in 1972 and is currently home to 500 animals of 50 different species. It is close to the United States and attracts many American visitors. It contains many African animals such as zebra, giraffe, camel, moose, rhino, wildebeest, ostrich, lion, ankole watusi cattle and greater kudu. It also has many Asian animals including Asiatic water buffalo, gaur, tigers, a Bactrian camel, yaks and many different species of deer. Other animals include bison, llamas, kangaroos, guanacos, moose and wolves.
The park consists of a self-service area where visitors can approach and feed the animals, and walking areas. One of the pedestrian zones is an elevated walkway where visitors will primarily see carnivores such as lions, tigers and hyenas, and the other is a wooded area with a deer trail and the “Farm of the Five Continents” where farm animals can be seen everywhere, everywhere, everywhere . world, including donkeys, geese and rabbits, but also emus and rheas, fennel, meerkats and maras. Parc Safari also has a water park: the Tropical Oasis with the Nile tube ride, wave pool and large water slides; the Dolphin Lagoon with small slides and water games for all ages; the Dino children’s pool with a small slide and water games for the little ones.