Asia is a large continent that by itself is comprised of a variety of different cultures and climates. Several Asian species are perfectly adapted to the temperature fluctuations that closely resemble our seasons in Quebec.
This is why Asian species at the Zoo de Granby are just as popular in winter as in summer.
In the eye of the tiger
Fly off to the northeastern part of Asia! Come meet the majestic Amur tigers.
Visit the Tiger Research Centre: an observatory camouflaged within these cats' habitat.
The close-up view of this endangered species will amaze you.
Visit this magical spot.
Two habitats for felines
Two species of rare cats that are seldom seen in the wild are in the spotlight in the Asian pavilion: the snow leopard and the Amur leopard.
Admire them in an authentic setting, inspired by their natural habitat.
Habitat of the Japanese macaques
Experience an introduction into Japanese culture and meet the Japanese macaque. Curious by nature, you may catch them off guard as they soak their toes in an onsen, a type of thermal hot spring found in Japan!
Test your balance and your dexterity with that of the friendly primate on our nature course along the trail.