Advantages Fine for a visit if you are staying near
Disadvantages Not really worth travelling far for
The valley of the birds, bird valley is a small bird zoo / park in the centre of Agadir It was very close to the Hotel the Sud Bahai where we stayed this Easter. Unfortunately when we decided to visit a part of it was closed why I am not sure but I am sure it was only it was only a temporary closure.The entry to this bird valley is free, it was when we visited and I have read on the internet that although you used to pay a small entry fee that entry is now free.
The park opens in the morning from 9.30 till 12.30 then reopens at 2.30 till 6 pm.Although when we visited there were ribbons across the paths to most of the bird aviaries I could actually see most of them as this park is a narrow strip of land that is small. The birds are kept in large aviaries and from the information I read there are Parrots peacocks, lorikeet, Swans macaws, cranes, ducks, hens and various other birds too. From what I could see the cages looked fine and the birds in good condition. Although we did not see them as part of the park was closed I believe there is a small zoo area with wallabies and llamas
This park is not simply just cages of birds but there is also a good water fall feature and a good play park for children. Although we did not have the grandchildren with us I looked at the play equipment and decided it was quite good a fair range of activities, swings slides, climbing apparatus we noticed that the children there were having a good time.I would suggest that this would be a good visit for an hour or two maybe for a family. Or if you are interested in birds just to look and see what is there before going bird watching in the Moroccan countryside.
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