Nature is always an unexpected and marvellous show, which can thrill and fascinate, whatever the season. Learning about animals and their habitats is important, as it teaches adults and children how vital it is to safeguard and protect biodiversity. To this end, even during the coldest months of January and February, the Parco Natura Viva in Bussolengo, not far from Lake Garda, offers visitors an extensive programme which includes encounters with staff, storytelling and the preparation of snacks, to help take care of the animals.
The park can be visited on foot - in fact in this way visitors can come into close contact with the animals, pausing in the various natural habitats to observe these wonderful creatures - or by car, for all the excitement of a real safari experience.
Either way, adults and children alike will not be disappointed by the excursion, because with a surface area of 240,000 square metres over a seven-kilometre route, in this park you can see animals from all over the world.