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New Annual Pass

Become a Zoollower

Explore, Learn, Protect

Welcome to the community that cares for the planet! A world of conservation, education and adventure. Being a Zoollower will not only give you unlimited annual access to the most important animal centres: Zoo Aquarium Madrid, Faunia, Atlantis Aquarium Madrid, Selwo Marina and Selwo Aventura, but you will also contribute financially to dozens of conservation projects, in situ and ex situ, in which we collaborate around the world.

Animal centres and rewards included:

Bono Parques Zollower

If you join our Community, you will get unlimited annual access to all animal centres included and much more!*

  • Preferential access to Zoo Aquarium Madrid and Faunia.
  • 30% discount on interactions at Faunia.
  • 50% discount on the Zoo Aquarium Madrid Autotrain.
  • Free parking at Faunia and Selwo Aventura.
  • 20% discount in shops and restaurants.

Did you know?

Parques Reunidos will donate 10% of the price of this Annual Pass to the PARQUES REUNIDOS FOUNDATION, allowing the financing of various wildlife conservation projects.


Our mission is to provide our members with annual access to exceptional experiences in the world of nature and wildlife, while collaborating in a meaningful way with a wide variety of conservation projects, both in situ and ex situ. We seek to foster environmental education with every visit to our centres, inspiring a deep appreciation for biodiversity and promoting action for conservation.


We strive to create a world in which all people are aware of their role in conservation and act proactively to preserve biodiversity and natural habitats. We want to be a leader in promoting a global alliance dedicated to wildlife and sustainability, contributing to the well-being of animal life across the planet.


The values that characterise our daily work are:

  • Commitment: We are committed to protecting wildlife and promoting sustainable practices.
  • Education: We believe in education as a fundamental tool to inspire change and respect for animal life.
  • Collaboration: We work in partnership with organisations and individuals around the world to address interrelated challenges and protect animal life.
  • Passion: We are passionate about conservation and share that passion with our community of nature lovers.
  • Sustainability: We promote sustainable practices in all aspects of our work and in everyday life, for the well-being of animals and their habitats.

Conservation programmes

We collaborate significantly with a variety of conservation projects, both in situ and ex situ with a wide range of partnerships. These include:

Monk seal

Programa de conservación

The CBD-Habitat Foundation carries out a conservation programme to re-establish monk seal populations in Mauritania and raise awareness among the local population about their conservation. The Parques Reunidos Foundation collaborates with CBD-Habitat in the monitoring of monk seal colonies.


Proyecto de conservación

The Conservation Planning Specialist Group (CPSG), as part of the IUCN, helps conservation professionals to implement effective strategies to prevent the disappearance of endangered species. Through the Fundación Parques Reunidos, we collaborate in implementing these strategies.


Proyecto de conservación

Contribution to breeding programmes and, through the Colombian Association of Zoos and Aquariums (ACOPAZOA) and EAZA, to the study of the populations of the white-footed tamarin, a primate of a very limited area in Colombia (15,000 km2), classified in the IUCN Red List as "Endangered".

Red Panda Network

Proyecto de conservación

This EAZA-EPP and Red Panda Network programme works with rangers throughout the natural habitat of red pandas in Nepal to protect this species. A complementary education and awareness programme is also established to raise awareness among the local population.

Save the Rhino

Proyecto de conservación

Save the Rhino International works to protect black and white rhinos in South Africa by fighting poaching, which is decreasing rhinos in the wild. In addition, the association also works to raise awareness about rhino conservation in local communities, and in monitoring nature reserves.


Proyecto de conservación

The Parques Reunidos Foundation collaborates with Brinzal, an association that works in the Community of Madrid in the rescue, rehabilitation and reintroduction of native birds of prey in the mountains. Its recovery centre is the only one in Spain specialised in the conservation of these birds.

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