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Krazy World Interactive Zoo & Park Entrance

1. Krazy World Interactive Zoo & Park Entrance

Visit an interactive zoo with activities for the entire family. Interact with and feed dwarf goats, llamas, and deer at the petting farm. Explore the new dinosaur exhibit at the Terra Exotika See the biggest snake in Europe in the Reptile Pavillion. View and interact with several species of exotic animals such as the birds in the aviary, wallabies, and lemurs. After the visit to the animals enjoy lunch at our restaurant, viewing one of our many presentations with animals. Take a refreshing swim in the swimming pool or jump down the water slide. Enjoy various activities such as tree climbing, pedal karts, inflatables, pony rides, or the 18-hole mini-golf circuit. For colder or rainy days there is a large indoor area with a restaurant, inflatable bouncy castle, and stage for animal presentations.

From Albufeira: Algarve Coast Tour in a VW T2

2. From Albufeira: Algarve Coast Tour in a VW T2

After pickup from your accommodation in a classic Volkswagen T2 van, set out on a 4-hour nature tour to explore Algarve. Your trip will be punctuated with history and local knowledge, and since there's no rush, there will be plenty of time to explore the places you'll visit. Your first stop will be at the Chapel of Senhora da Rocha with its fascinating history and breathtaking views. Then, continue on toward Lagoa dos Salgados, a unique bird sanctuary in the Algarve, where you can find flamingos in some times of the year. Next, proceed to Evaristo Beach where you can walk along its curious rock formations. Finally, before heading back to your hotel or accommodation, you'll visit the picturesque and cozy beach of Ninho de Andorinha where the sea hides without letting you see the horizon.

From Lisbon: Algarve 2-Day Private Tour

3. From Lisbon: Algarve 2-Day Private Tour

Day 1: Start with pickup from your hotel in Lisbon and travel south towards the Algarve, making your first stop at Tavira. Stop at Praça da Republica where you will find the City Hall and the Tavira Municipal Museum. Visit the Museum where you will find a diverse archaeological collection from the Islamic period, the Vaso de Tavira, and the ex-library of the museum. See the Misericórdia Church, built between 1541 and 1551, which is considered the most remarkable Renaissance building of the Algarve. Next, stop in Faro, one of the larger cities of the region with a long history. Learn about the devastating impact the earthquake of 1755 had on the city. Enjoy a break for a coffee in a typical terrace or café.  Visit the Vilamoura marina which receives numerous private yachts from all over the world. As such, the marina has helped develop the region as an important center of tourism. Finally, stop at Albufeira for the night. Discover its three magnificent beaches; Praia dos Pescadores, Peneco, and Inatel, See the fishing boats on Pescadores beach, keeping alive the maritime tradition of the region. Discover the historic center of the city with its whitewashed houses and narrow cobbled streets. Or, enjoy a lively night out on the central avenue, with a variety of tempting bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. Day 2: On the second day, continue your tour of the Algarve with a visit to the city of Lagos. Learn how the city was an important location in the Age of Discovery, where many expeditions and missions set sail for the Americas. Discover the defensive structures of the city, constructed to protect from attacks from the sea.  Next, visit the Sagres Fortress, also known as Promotorium Sacrum, built by order of Prince Henry the Navigator. Within the fortress, see cannons, a 16th-century tower and the Church of Our Lady of Grace. After this, return to Lisbon to finish the tour.

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What people are saying about Vilamoura

I went with my 8.5 year old daughter and we both enjoyed it thoroughly. We did all (I think) the extras there were available: private viewing of crocodile feeding, private viewing of lemur feeding, kart (a bit shabby), donkey riding (disappointing - short around one tree), petting and feeding goats. I recommend when you arrive there to go straight to the reception and ask about all the extras because they need to be paid for and scheduled, if you decide to go for any of them. I found particularly appealing that for 19 euro you could get all the images you had taken in there, regardless of how many they were. I find that a very decent price. It depends on the kid, of course, but apart from the swimming pool, I would say this is a place for families with young children (maybe not older than 9-10 years old).

Excellent value for money. Just purchase an entrance ticket and the interactions are on a time table for you to follow. Includes feeding the different animals. We also got to stop for food and watch one of the staff introduce 3 animals and do a little show with the goats. The staff member spoke different languages to accommodate everyone there.

Everything was good from start to finish with the young kids only thing was the ride for slide they should have the height thing downstairs got all the way to top with son and he couldn’t ride it so that was disappointing and upsetting for him.

Great interaction, plenty to look at & informative staff. Great day Only slight issue is it’s so far out so expect to get taxi as transfer.

It is a wonderful place to go with the family and spend a very pleasant day.