Rare Species Zoo Ebbs
Exotics in the Tyrolean forest - 500 animals, 70 species
The look from the dark eyes comes unexpectedly. A long neck bends forward curiously. In the middle of the path between the visitors. A step. A short fluttering. And then he shows his splendour. Blue Green. Shimmering. The head is stretched upward. The tail is fully extended. A beautiful peacock at the Rare Species Zoo Ebbs.
From a giant kangaroo to a pot-belly pig
The Rare Species Zoo Ebbs is home to an exotic animal world, directly at the foot of the Zahmer Kaiser. Animals from all over the world live surrounded by the natural Tyrolean landscape of Kufsteinerland, in the middle of the forest in Ebbs. The privately managed zoo has the most exotic animals of any zoo in Tyrol. It has over 500 animals of 70 different species. Amongst them are some very rare and endangered species. From a giant kangaroo to a pot-belly pig. Some of the animals move freely around the 27,000 square metres of the site. Two playgrounds invite playing, and park benches invite relaxation and observation of the animals. The kiosk provides snacks and drinks.
Handcarts are available to rent, letting you avoid annoying carrying. (Deposit €5.00, rental fee €2.00)
Dogs permitted on a short leash.
|Children (4 to 16 years)||€4.90|
|Family (2 adults + 1 child)||€21.00|
|Family (2 adults + 2 children)||€25.00|
|Family (2 adults + 3 children)||€29.00|
|Senior citizens, students, disabled persons, guest card||€ 8.50|
|Groups more than 15 persons||€8.00|
Please note: No card payment, only cash payment on the spot.