EDUCATIONAL VISITSfor disabled people

Sensorial and direct experiences that invite to adventures, discoveries, games and

emotions by exploring and getting to know animals and their environments.

A space for girls, boys, young people and adults to conceive, design and construct a

respectful present for all forms of life.

BECAUSE

we can all do it

protect nature!

A COMPREHENSIVE, CUSTOMIZED AND ONE-OF- A-KIND TOUR.

Specialized Guides 

Visits are directed by educational guides specialized in a collection of topics associated with the species and the environments that form part of the tour around the Biopark, as well as in didactic strategies for recreational work for girls, boys, young people and adults

with different types of disabilities.

ACTIVITIES TAILORED TO EACH GROUP

The topics to be developed during the tour are tailored to the groups features, identifying the educational material to be used based

on each participant's characteristics.

VARIETY OF DIDACTIC RESOURCES

 

The addition of adapted didactic activities and the exploration of sensorial stimuli act as bridges to 

address the main contents of the proposal. The variety of resources implemented opens multiple access ways to attain the general objectives of the visit.

•  VISUAL AIDS

They provide information on the tour on a logical, structured and sequenced fashion, like a visit agenda. Furthermore, they offer information on the habitat and the feeding of each species and

act as basis to facilitate or maximize communication.

• AUDIBLE AND OLFACTORY STIMULI

Recordings of the real sounds made by the animals help feel

that the typical characteristics of each species are nearer.

Fruit, balanced food and fresh grass, among other food samples, allow to add all senses to the educational proposal.

• ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITIES

 

 

Novel didactic proposals, with customized resources, give an insight to the relationship among animals, their environments and the actions of the human being, by learning the impact of our actions and fostering positive actions in favor of 

preservation.

• TACTILE STIMULI

 

The replication of species textures included in the tour and the samples of natural textures allow learning unique characteristics of each species. In addition, the replications at scale of the Biopark's different species allow visually impaired people to generate a global idea of the animal, by integrating size, shape and proportions of each species.

• BEHIND THE SCENES

 

Exclusive activities allow blind or visually impaired people to access the Biopark's areas, and have contact with different wild animals. An integrated and unique experience enabling a direct discovery of the world around us.