In 2021, natural phenomena are in the spotlight at Vulcania with Namazu, a family coaster on the theme of earthquakes! Explorers are invited to visit the Namazu team's scientific base, then to join the seismologists in the field with vehicles designed to travel to rugged areas. At the end of the attraction, there is an area where earthquakes are explained. Don't miss the Earthquakes exhibition, which allows you to learn more about this natural phenomenon. Another new feature is the film Snow, shown on a giant screen, which helps visitors better understand the formation of snow as well as its impact on fauna, flora, human activities and its rarefaction in times of climate change. The new attractions for 2020 include the dynamic Dragon Ride 2 cinema and the Forest of Dragons trail. At the same time, visitors to the unmissable Puy-de-Dôme park can take advantage of the new outdoor areas with a food kiosk and the new Place des Volcans, where they can enjoy burgers and salads made with Auvergne products prepared at the Comptoir du Cratère. More information on the Vulcania website