Join the ranks of the privileged few* who, under the stars, will be able to explore the trails and set off to meet the most amazing nocturnal animals!
Guided by a seasoned biologist, follow the trail of felines, primates and marsupials who get busy at nightfall!
Away from the crowds, enjoy an intimate meeting with our animal collection and access to the stories and anecdotes that make up the richness of this conservation institution!
Pleasure, anecdotes and surprises guaranteed! Hurry, places are limited!
* Activity reserved for people aged 7 and over
Activity hosted in French.
Cost per person: $35 (plus taxes)
The activity starts at 7:30pm until 10:00pm. It is reserved to people of 7 years old and older.
The Evening Walks will take place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday between July 16 and August 29, 2020!
Your visit will be in groups of maximum 20 people! A great opportunity to discover the Zoo in almost private mode!
The activity takes place in good or bad weather, so provide a raincoat and umbrella if necessary (to bring, no possibility of returning to the car); the visit is still punctuated by visits to certain pavilions, so offers occasional shelter.
Bring clothes for the weather (some evenings can be cool) and comfortable shoes: this is a guided tour, participants must walk. Provide a stroller or a cart for children if deemed necessary.
A drink (water, juice) will be provided free of charge upon arrival, to be kept during the visit.
Arrival: The activity starts at 7:30 p.m. Participants will be greeted at the Zoo's administrative pavilion, located at 525, rue St-Hubert in Granby.
In case of delay: The activity starts at the precise time, in case of delay, please call 450-830-0761 to notify us.
In order to benefit from all the explanations of the guide and to ensure the protection of the participants around, wearing a face cover is mandatory for all participants (please bring your own).
Each participant must agree not to show any symptoms of COVID-19 during the visit. Public health measures (distancing, hand washing) will be respected throughout the process.