In order to protect visitors, our employees and to avoid any possible risk of coronavirus transmission to our Japanese macaques, the guidelines listed below are part of our visitor regulations. We hope for your understanding!

Valid from October 6th, 2020 until further notice

Keep distance

The 1 m distance rule applies to the entire park, except for people who live in the same household.

It is of great important to keep a distance of at least 1.5 m from our monkeys and, as usual, feeding, touching or other interactions with our animals are not permitted! mouth and nose protection

Please wear a mouth- and nose-mask during guided tours and in the cash desk area! Our staff will do so as well!

We take care to avoid a close encounter

It is your responsibility to keep the necessary distance of at least 1m from other guests. Our park offers enough space to walk past other guests in compliance with the distance rule. We ask for your understanding, however, that in case of a large number of visitors, our area can also reach its limits. This may lead to longer waiting times outside of our visitor area.

Floor markings and signs

Please be aware of our additional signs and the floor markings in the entrance areas, in the cash and souvenir area, and around the food corner.

Please do not visit us if you feel sick!

If there are any symptoms of a coronavirus disease (e.g. fever, cough, tiredness, difficulty breathing) please stay at home, get well soon and visit us another time!

Rental equipment

Unfortunately, our rental equipment (buggies, wheelchairs, sun-blocker, etc.) won’t be avaliable until further notice.

Thank you for your understanding!

Here you find the safety guidelines of the Carinthia Tourism (881KB)