Immersive accommodation, with just a glass wall between you and a beautiful animal of your choice, is what you’ll find at the award-winning ethical zoo. Now you can enjoy an amazing stay at the Pairi Daiza (Persian for paradise), a peculiarly beautiful zoo and botanical gardens located deepest Wallonia, the Francophone and economically struggling region of southern Belgium.
Pairi Daiza was founded in 1993 as a bird sanctuary around the remnants of a 12th-century Cistercian abbey. The great thing about Pairi Daiza is that they are home to 7,000 animals and the largest Chinese and Indonesian gardens in Europe, totaling 160 acres.
At Pairi Daiza, you get to hear and see the nightly snorts of the beautiful polar bears.
Pairi Daiza opened 50 rooms with views of the bears, wolves, deer, and seals. They also opened a new section of the zoo called the Land of the Cold, which has 50 bedrooms sharing glass walls with polar bears, walruses, penguins, and Siberian tigers. You can also watch water-dwelling animals swim underwater and feed, all from the comfort of your bed or in your own whirlpool bath.
Former Lawyer and financial consultant Eric Domb, 61, loves the place so much he lives in it and keeps a treehouse holiday home for himself among the red pandas.
The purpose of Pairi Daiza is to save species from extinction and introduce them into the wild if possible while teaching visitors how and why the animals of the world matter.
So, if you love animals and nature as much as Domb does, you should reach out to Pairi Daiza and book your beautiful Zoo stay with wildlife.