We anticipate Christmas by giving our animals special gifts
The Christmas programme will take place from December 6th to
The magic of Christmas has reached Terra Natura Benidorm. We
have created a special programme of entertainment activities for families,
which will feature musical animations, puppets, craft workshops and
On Saturdays, you can watch how the zookeepers deliver their
gifts to the animals of Terra Natura Benidorm through an initiative of
environmental enrichment. On this occasion, the team will make some Christmas
boxes that inside will contain food to be delivered to marmosets, capuchin
monkeys, jaguars, elephants, tigers and siamang.
The programme will include puppet shows and workshops that
will be held at the Christmas Factory in the European area, where special
crafts will be made, like the decoration of a snowman, the elaboration of slime
or face painting.
The most interactive animation will take place on Saturday,
December 8th, with the Christmas Storytelling at the Fairy and Elf School. The
story goes about a naughty goblin who will try to steal the gifts that Santa
wants to give to the children who will attend, those will have to prevent him.
The fun will continue with other shows such as the Christmas
musical show, which will take place on December 28th, 29th and 30th in the
Asian amphitheatre, called 'X-MAS Rock', this time the elves will reappear to
make little ones be the true protagonists of the songs and dances.
On December, 29th the Ice Fairy will visit Terra Natura
Benidorm. Dances, a parade of costumes and a workshop of snowflakes with
photocall will take place.
The magical elves will welcome visitors every day, from next
Thursday, 6th. The most traditional touch will come with the delivery of
letters. Children can deliver their letters to Santa from December 6th and to
the real postman from December 26th. With the delivery of the letter, the
children will join in a raffle for toys and tickets for the park. During the Christmas
programme, visitors can come from a special price of 19 euros.