Gazou - Toukiparc

FAQ

Socks

Dear Friend don’t forget to bring your anti-slip socks, otherwise, you’ll have to fly through our park.

Shoes

You which to access the Ama-zone (arcades), you may bring your interior shoes with white soles.

Parking

Whether you flew with your hot air balloon or cycle with your scooter, we have parking to suit your needs.

Food

Since all Toukiparc animals are under a strict diet, only onsite food for sale can be consumed.

Age

All human beings, whatever their age are welcome.

Nursing room

If you want to feed your human baby or hide from your kids, we have a room suited for your needs.

Party room

You have won the soap box and want to celebrate the event? You want to throw a party for your turtle, Edgar? We have 4 party rooms for all styles.

Celebrate an event

You don’t like to be confined in small spaces? Our seating area is available to accommodate 6 persons or 2 adults, 4 kids or 1 child and 5 adults, or 3 kids and 3 adults. Booking is highly suggested.

Pets

Since Touki, Kira and Gazou like to be the centre of attention, no animal is permitted in the Toukiparc, even if your dog is called Doug.

Lockers

Lockers are available to lock your personal belongings. No alive object can be locked in. For security purposes, we recommend using your personal lock.

Age to come alone

All kids under 14 years old must be accompanied by a human being of 14 years old or older.

Alcohol and drug

No one under the influence of alcohol or drug will be admitted in the park. No visitor will be allowed in the park with alcohol or drug. Popeye cigarettes are sold at La Fiesta, and can be smoked outside the Toukiparc.

Cleaning

Because Mr and Mrs Net are a part of our team, our installations are cleaned daily and efficiently. We strive to offer a clean environment. If you have a request, do not hesitate to contact one of our employees.

Lost objects

We do extraordinary discoveries. You have forgotten your precious toe ring or your princess Gustavo, we have a treasure chest full of wonders. Ask one of our welcomers.