As a teacher, you can become a tour guide for the day when you come to the park on a self-guided visit (without a Zoo educator). Our team will share the necessary materials prior to your visit so that you and the responsible parties accompanying their children can easily carry out the visit through the 250-hectare park. On the other hand, we also offer guided visits for a maximum of 35 students at an additional cost.
Option 1: Self visit with teacher’s manual or Option 2: Guided visit with a maximum of 35 students.
All School trips to Casela have to take place from Monday to Friday only and will have to be booked at least 72 hours in advance. It is also important to note that school trips can only be held during school terms. All requests have to be made in writing to Casela Reservations at email@example.com
The Zookeeper for a Day programme is a wonderful opportunity for children to spend quality time assisting our zookeepers in different sections of the park. From food preparation to distribution, through the observation of animals or enrichment of their living environments, children will experience the duties of a zookeeper and will be sensitised to the protection of biodiversity.
This enriching programme is offered to children aged between 6 to 14 years old. During its course, they will spend the day with the park’s animal care staff. The programme includes meals, a t-shirt and a zookeeper certificate.
All requests have to be made in writing to Casela Reservations at: firstname.lastname@example.org
As a member of the Pan-African Association of Zoos and Aquaria (PAAZA), Casela Nature Parks enjoys manifold privileged exchanges with parks and zoos across the world. True to our founding vision, we are more than ever involved in the conservation and protection of endangered plant and animal species in the Mauritian territory. The endemic garden at Casela Nature Parks caters for the livelihood of 267 adult native trees from 52 different species among which 26 are endemic to Mauritius.
Since February 2015, our park has also found a new patron in Her Royal Highness Princess Stephanie of Monaco, who is known for her involvement in elephant protection in Asia.