Snake Island

Near the Futuroscope, The Snakes Island invites you to discover many unusual and colourful animals.

Snakes, iguanas, varans, alligators, lizards, turtles and mangeese live in their natural environment and reveal the visitors their
intimate life.

Thanks to a close co-operation with other famous zoological gardens - as well as the efforts made by the whole zoo team – The Snakes Island has become a genuine reference in the field of reptiles presentation.

In a scenery made of caves and a green vegetation, the visitors will discover and stare with astonishment at the 50 species, including 250 animals, living in a replicate of their environment.

The Snakes ‘ Island enables the public to familiarize with snakes , iguanas, alligators and other reptiles, often unknown and also to discover different turtle species.


During the visit and after the alligators garden, the public will be plunged into a tropical scenery, discovering then the turtles ‘ ballet before venturing into the different snakes and other reptiles’area – all coming from the whole world.

Magic, pedagogy, discovery and sensations are characterizing this unusual vivarium unveiling all the secrets of these amazing animals.

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