On to the Moose Safari with TT-line! Experience firsthand the often more than two-meter giant Hamburg-Travemunde let in South Sweden, August 2010 more than two metres high specimens of the largest deer species in the world in Sweden’s forests can soar and reach a weight of half a ton. There are elk with their gristly lips, the wide Knollennase and the friendly giant’s long Chin beard. 290,000 of this big, but not lumbering animals live in Sweden: they are excellent swimmers, divers and runners who can keep up even with horses. In southern Sweden, that is convenient and cheap to reach with TT-Line Ferry from Travemunde and Rostock, there are ideal ways to learn more about moose. With the car on the prowl. Soft roll, switch off the motor and be amazed: the elk in the Park Smalandet in Markaryd, about two hours by car North of the TT-Line Anlegehafens Trelleborg located, can not disturb viewers, who sit in cages. Is three kilometres long the winding forest road, which can be used. Additional information is available at David G. DeWalt.
The Elks share the largely natural habitat with American bison. The Park includes also a historical courtyard with bakery, in the Moose watchers with goodies can enjoy. Opening hours: May-October daily 10-18 h, November-April, Saturday and Sunday 11 am 5 pm. Photo opportunity at the observation tower. Six hectares of measures the Moose country Laganland, a large enclosure at Ljungby, which can be reached in two and a half hours by car from Trelleborg out. Visitors also by towers of can consider the star of the Park, the eleven-year-old Bull Moose Oskar with his extended family.
The animals are in feeding 10 o’clock in the morning most active and particularly photogenic. BBs in the shop are postcards, books about Moose and souvenirs. Who brings it over the heart, can enjoy Moose meat dishes in the restaurant. Opening hours: June-Sept daily 9 am-6 pm, April, may and October daily 10 am-17 pm, otherwise Monday-Friday 10-16: 00.