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For many years, there was no law against keeping brown bears in Kosovo. All privately kept brown bears lived in small cages at restaurants and were used to attract visitors. In November 2010, when it became illegal to keep bears privately, FOUR PAWS...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
| Mramor village, near Badovc Lake, Pristina 10000, Kosovo
This is a great place to see brown bears up close. A well-run sanctuary, it is a delightful place to visit. The bears, rescued from unfortunate situations, are well taken care of. The sanctuary also has a coffee shop and a nice gift shop. It...More
During my stay in Pristina, this one definitely stood out in a good way! It was such a great thing to see how the bears now had good living conditions. I also liked how they had short presentations about every bear and their personalities☺️
Besides the amazing and professional work of all the people who care for the bears, with dedication and love for the animals, we were also stunned by the restaurant and the unbelievably yummy food (mainly vegetarian).
A great place to spend some meaningful quality time,...More
A very worthwhile and easy day trip from Prishtina, to see 19 Bears that have been saved from various sad conditions from around the Balkans. 1 way with a Taxi from Prishtina = 13 Euro...to get back, walk 2.7km to the main road...just on the...More
Beautiful location where the bears have a lot of space to move and play. We were able to see some of them very close but others were sleeping or hiding. The sanctuary also offers some explanations on how the bears live. All together a great...More
Having seen one of the 'bear restaurants' and a 'mini-zoo' that some of these bears came from a few years ago, I was sceptical about what this place would be like, but I was more than pleasantly surprised. The enclosures are spacious and have plenty...More
Steep paths and not suitable for people with disabilities. Some of the bears didnt look to be in very good condition and appeared bored, pacing round and round in circles wearing tracks in the grass. Wouldnt go again.
Really nice bear park near Pristina which was built from EU financial. Ticket fee for adult between April in October is 1.50 eur per person and opening time is till 7 p.m. Nice place for Sunday walking with children and family. There is a small...More
This place provides a new home for bears that were formerly kept in tiny cages or were chained. The space that the bears have is very spacious and the walkways provide a good view of the bears. We were there when the bears were very...More