Oasis Park and Lemur Experience,La Lajita,FuerteventuraFeatured
Enjoy a visit to Fuerteventura’s Oasis Park and interact with the enigmatic lemurs from Madagascar. Marvel at how eager they are to touch and play when they grasp your fingers with their small smooth hands.
Nothing can compare to the peace and harmony that lemurs display when you're close to them. Encounter these curious creatures up close with access to the park's unique Lemur Experience activity. Benefit from the chance to meet the small primates living in semi-freedom with their families. Feel their fur as a lemur brushes against you, or when the lovable critters grasp your fingers as you hold out your hand.
Look into bright eyes that stare fearlessly back at you as they try to communicate by sound, sight and smell. Learn more about their behaviour and characteristics from the on-site biologists, and discover why the natural habitat of the lemur is under threat. Hear about the park's conservation and environmental enrichment programmes and much more.
At Oasis Park you will find over 3000 animals of 250 different species in an environment characterized by the thousands of tropical plants, succulents, cactus and ornamental plants surrounding the enclosure. The park has the only Botanical Garden in Fuerteventura, a large space which is predominantly grown indigenous and tropical flora. Among the many installations and enclosures, it highlights the Flamingo Lake, the area dedicated to the animals of the African savannah, the corridor of Madagascar where Lemurs live in semi freedom or the giraffe enclosure where you can feed them or caress them.
A coach will pick you up at your hotel or the pickup location closest to your hotel and take you to Oasis Park where you will have a truly amazing day, when finished a coach will take you back to your hotel or the pick-up point closest to your hotel. Prices from € 45 per person
Oasis Park and Lemur Experience is located in La Lajita, Fuerteventura.
The small fishing village of La Lajita is situated on the east coast of Fuerteventura between the towns of Tarajalejo and Costa Calma in the municipality of Pajara. There's a beach with pebbles and black sand and hardly any tourists, an idyllic place to spend some time away from the busy tourist resorts and sample local culture and cuisine.