Kameltheater and white Zoo - Kernhof - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Kamelpl. 1, 3195 Kernhof, Austria
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About Kameltheater and white Zoo - Kernhof
The White Zoo Kernhof has been successfully involved in promoting the continued existence of the specially colored big cats for years. This also includes ongoing exchange programs with other zoos around the world. A guided visit to the majestic Bengal Tiger shows the outdoor enclosure and the indoor area. Visitors can get particularly close to them from a special grandstand. Interesting information about the population, life and keeping of the white Bengal tiger round off the tour.
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The Schneealpe is a limestone massif in the Northern Limestone Alps on the Styrian-Lower Austrian border. The heavily wooded mountains and hills north of the Schneealpe are uninhabited. The Schneealpen House and several alm huts are located the high plateau at a height of about 1,780 metres.
The Mürzsteg Alps are a mountain range of the Northern Limestone Alps, in the Eastern Alps, Austria. The range is part of the Styrian-Lower Austrian Limestone Alps and is separated from its neighbouring groups. The majority of its rocks date to the Triassic period and include Wetterstein Dolomite, Hallstatt Limestone and Mürztal strata.
The Reisalpe is the highest mountain in the Gutenstein Alps and lies between Lilienfeld, Hohenberg and Kleinzell in Lower Austria.It is a popular destination, both for hikers in summer and also for ski mountaineering and snowshoe walks in winter, and is classed as relatively safe from avalanches.
This is a Marian Shrine that is considered the most important Pilgrimage destination in Austria attracting about a million pilgrims each year. This basilica is also extremely important for Catholics in the Danube area and in Central Europe. It is the only church named as a national shrine of all German-speaking countries.
This is a popular skii resort in the heart of Styria. You can choose from 10 slopes over a total of 14 km catering to all levels of skiing expertise. From pros to beginners, their slopes, which have been tested and awarded the Styrian seal of approval, are perfect for everyone.
This is the largest nature park in Lower Austria extends around the Ötscher. Bizarre rocks, deep gorges, waterfalls, caves, forests, alpine pastures, lakes and wonderful vantage points impress nature lovers and mountain adventurers. The founding of the nature park prevented a planned dam power plant on the Erlauf between Trübenbach and Eibenboden and thus also a significant encroachment on the region.
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Discover More Attractions in Lower Austria, Where Kameltheater and white Zoo - Kernhof Is Located
Lower Austria is one of the nine states of Austria, located in the northeastern corner of the country. It offers an incredible variety of nature and culture. With a land area of 19,186 km2 and a population of 1.612 million people, Lower Austria is the country’s largest state; it is second-most populous after the federal state of Vienna. Other main cities are Amstetten, Krems an der Donau and Wiener Neustadt.