835€ full board
Easter 2021 :
April 12 to 16: 10/12 years old and 13/15 years old
April 19 to 23: 10/12 years old and 13/15 years old
April 26 to 30: 13/15 years old and 16/20 years old
July 2021 :
July 5 to 9: 8/10 years old and 13/15 years old
July 12 to 16: 13/15 years old
July 19 to 23: 10/12 years old
July 26 to 30: 16/20 years old
August 2021 :
August 2 to 6: 10/12 years old
August 9 to 13: 10/12 years old and 13/15 years old
August 16 to 20: 10/12 years old and 13/15 years old
August 23rd to 27th: 13/15 years old and 21+ years old
All Saints' Day 2021 :
October 25 to 29: 13/15 years old and 21+ years old
November 1 to November 5: 10/12 years old and 13/15 years old
FULL BOARD :
July 11 to 16: 10/12 yearsolds
July 18 to 23: 13/15 years old
July 25 to 30: 10/12 years old
August 1 to 6: 13/15 years old
A behind-the scenes discovery of the park!
An incredible gift for your child
Make your child's wishes come true!
Has your child always dreamt of becoming a keeper? Sign them up for a holiday camp for a behind-the-scenes discovery of the Parc Animalier d'Auvergne.
They'll join the park's team for 5 days, as a day camper or with accommodation, in a small group of 12 children.
On the programme: preparing rations for the animals, distributing food, observing, stimulating their senses by building objects and structures, all in a fun and friendly atmosphere!
Day campers can take a shuttle bus from Issoire to the park every day
Price: €50 for all the return journeys during the week between Issoire and the park.
Hours: departure at 8 a.m., return at 5:30 p.m./ 5:45 p. m. at the Issoire train station
The full board course starts on Sunday evening with an arrival at the Camping du Mas in Issoire between 5p.m. and 7p.m. Then, the children are taken care of by two animators. They will go every day to the Park and then return in the evening, where many activities will be planned! An incredible week in perspective!
Attention, the number of children taken care of is 12 maximum.
2€ of the purchase price are donated to the Passerelle Conservation.
An activity that they soon won’t forget!