The Le Cornelle Fauna Park is an important reality both from a scientific and a touristic point of view. It is managed by a private company, therefore it does not enjoy any public funding and its revenue comes solely from the entrance fee.
The park covers an area of 126,000 square metres and is home to about 120 species of animals, including mammals, birds and reptiles. The facilities that house them follow the most recent European trends in animal welfare, ensuring that each one has a life as close as possible to wild conditions, both in terms of socialisation and in terms of space and stimulation, compatible with their safety and that of visitors.
One enters the park strictly on foot, and following an ideal itinerary one can enjoy an exciting experience. Alongside well-known species, one can observe rare or endangered specimens such as the Snow Leopard, the Manchurian Crane, the Hyacinth Macaw, the White Lions and the White Tiger, whose white coat is the result of a combination of recessive characters.
The Park offers a varied educational programme for schoolchildren of all age groups. The guided tours last one, two or four hours and are organised in collaboration with a team of naturalists with the aim of meeting a dual objective. To get to know the animals and to sensitise the children, through this knowledge, to the understanding of broader issues concerning the environment and nature as a whole. In addition to the encounter with the animals, children can carry out laboratory activities that stimulate reflection on the relationship between man and nature, starting with a perceptive approach.
In addition to this, the Park offers a restaurant, a self-service restaurant, a pizzeria, five bars located at different points in the Park, a picnic area, a car park, a playground and various souvenir shops.