Hello my lovely readers 🙂 Long time no see.

I’m sorry I haven’t posted in a really long time but I felt like I didn’t have anything interesting to share, but two weeks ago I finally did a small trip and I wanted to share it with you. I went to Cabarceno, which is a natural park of 750 hectares full of animals in Cantabria, which is in the north of Spain.

This park is not a zoo, life takes place in the most natural environment as possible for the animals. Except for the food provided, the rest of the activities are marked by their almost complete freedom and instinct. Except for the survival instinct, the rest of their senses are as wild as in their natural habitat.

The park is so big that you need to go with the car in order to visit everything. It was the first time I had seen many of this animals in person so I was truly amazed. It’s very useful to bring some binoculars in order so see some animals better. We visited all the animals, but here are some highlights:

I loooved the zebras they really are a beautiful animal and you could get really close to them.

The Oryx, had really impressive horns.

There were also three Meerkats, honestly they were just as I imagined them, really really cute.

I also saw some elephants, rhinos and hipos but I could get any close pictures.

The funniest animals were the gorilas, there was a baby gorila playing with his mum and I could have stayed forever.

The cheetahs were in a pit and far away but with the binoculars you could see how beautiful they are. It’s probably the most beautiful animal I’ve ever seen in my life.

There were Giraffes, but sadly they were a bit far away in order to see them in detail.

There were also some wallabies, and there was a baby wallaby that jumped inside of his mum but I wasn’t able to catch it on camera, they were really cute.

Have you ever been to Cabarceno or a similar park? What’s your favourite animal?

xoxo Darly

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