Created in 1980 by Gérald Singer, a local farmer, Sainte-Croix is a wildlife park located in the heart of a natural park in Lorraine, Rhodes.
Over more than 120 hectares, the wildlife park of Sainte-Croix is home to a selection of wide European fauna and a contributor to wolrdwide biodiversity. Follow the 3 trails to explore the leafy park where more than 1500 animals from around 100 species roam freely : bears, deers, wolves but also lemurs, vultures, red pandas and gibbons.
In the park, there are also several extraordinary housings where you can stay such as lodges, yurts, bivouac shelter or huts in trees, all located in the middle of the park and among the animals ! One can then sleep with the wolves, live among the black bears or wake up to the deers' slaps !
Several animations are also available in the park, among which the famous ramble on the bears' territory and the wild safary !