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I wasnt impressed with this zoo at all, i read reveiws and all the bad ones are correct, the animals are all housed in tiny concrete cages with nothing in them, and most dont even have water, the animals sit at the front of the...More
This is not a Western zoo. It is large and it is very old with a lot of history. It's not as clean or well manicured as most Western Zoos, but you get up close and personal with a lot of animals that would be...More
All in all a lovely day out, while visiting Cairo. I think some westerner tourist should have really strong look at their own prejudices. Egypt has experienced turmoil and unrest due to influence beyond it's control, yet somehow have managed to sustain 80 acres of...More
i love egypt and my partner is from there. so usually i am pretty enthusiastic about everything here. but this zoo is pretty depressing, its so crowded usualy with kids who are bunking off school for the day as it is so cheap to enter....More
there are some issues you should understand before estimating the ZOO in Giza ( or Cairo as they are almost the same ) , first , it is ancient place , yes it is more than 100 years old , so of course the standards...More
I really don't recommend zoos especially when the animals are clearly unhappy however I do recommend the Giza zoo only because of the history around it. This was once just a part of the gardens of the Khedive's palace on the Nile. It used to...More
We happened to go to the Cairo Zoo on a national holiday. It appears that taking your family to the zoo is the thing to do in Cairo on a holiday. This place was packed. The zoo has many open areas and lots of shade...More
Maybe if people stop going they'll close it down.
I'm sure they're doing the best they can with limited funding, but visitors from western countries will see right away that the living conditions of these animals is very poor.
There is no stimulative activities for...More