Winter Break at Reptilia




If you're looking for family fun over the Winter Break, head over to Reptilia Zoo in Vaughan. From bearded dragons to lizards, turtles and crocs, a close encounter with these cold-blooded animals is just a visit away.

A hop and a skip from Toronto, Reptilia is a state of the art 25,000 square foot CAZA accredited facility complete with large exhibits showcasing hundreds of different reptiles and amphibians. As one of the largest reptile zoos in Canada, you'll find gators and nile crocs; rattlesnakes, cobras and mambas; giant pythons, giant tortoises and a host of other reptiles! There are four reptile feedings every day, free live theatre shows, zoo keeper tours and a chance to interact with the reptiles and the Zoo Cast.

Kids wanting a hands-on experience with friendly animals and who want learn about nature and science can also register for Reptilia's Winter Break Camp. This exciting and unforgettable camp experience for 4-12 year olds, provides a safe and stimulating environment in which your camper will enjoy themselves, meet other camper friends, and learn about nature and ecology. Camps run December 21 to 24 and December 28 to January 1. You can also book camp on a per day basis.

With stunning habitats, interactive exhibits, live shows, and hands-on animal encounters, Reptila makes for an educational adventure for the entire family and a destination worth visiting.

For more information, visit www.reptilia.org.

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