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visited this place not sure what to expect for a small entrance fee to enter this place which goes... read more

Reviewed January 18, 2018
56jaci
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Jersey, United Kingdom
An abandoned park that could be so awesome with some care!

I love coming here. It shows a bit of Isla before all the hotels and growth. I understand Mundaca... read more

Reviewed December 3, 2017
Pilar R
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Tijuana, Mexico
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House of a slave trader built in the 19th century.
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Reviewed June 19, 2018 via mobile

With all the stories about the pirate Mundaca this place could have been pretty amazing. Truth is that is in huge need of repair. The pathways are eroding. No signage to tell you what you are looking at. Not even a map of the property...More

Thank KDubBethelHeights_AR
Reviewed April 10, 2018

An old hacienda in severe disrepair, covered in garbage, a real eyesore and while I feel bad for the employees who sit there to collect money there is truly nothing to see. Not expensive but time on holiday is valuable so don't spend it here.

Thank SmokoEdmonton_AB
Reviewed March 24, 2018

Actually been years since we went inside the property so maybe I ought not review, but this is just one past visitor's advice. OK, the property was owned but never occupied by the legendary pirate Mundaca. Heck, he never even got much of anything built....More

Thank jhw2
Reviewed February 27, 2018

Off the beaten trail, and if you don't know where you are going you would miss it! It is something to see and if you go in you need to follow the trail off to the side and go down to the other end where...More

Thank mark m
Reviewed February 17, 2018

We were very disappointed in how much trash was all along the walkways. Their was also natural debris all along the walks, which could easily have been raked and cleared.

Thank akchick
Reviewed January 18, 2018

visited this place not sure what to expect for a small entrance fee to enter this place which goes to helping stray animals in Isla Mujeres this place is quite run down and hard to work out what it used to be i guess an...More

Thank 56jaci
Reviewed January 3, 2018 via mobile

My husband and I visited this place quite a few years ago, and it was rundown but still had some appeal - animals, some gardens, a few ruins. We went yesterday with our grown kids and young grandchildren. It is a dump! Overgrown, falling apart,...More

Thank SaraRuth
Reviewed December 3, 2017

I love coming here. It shows a bit of Isla before all the hotels and growth. I understand Mundaca, the ex pirate who became the owner of almost 40% of the island, was an awful person, and maybe that is why this place doesn't seem...More

2  Thank Pilar R
Reviewed November 17, 2017

I would not go if childbearing age for fear of zika virus but neat to spend 20 minutes looking around and only $2 entry

Thank treetrippers
Reviewed September 25, 2017

It is a mosquito infested park that is riddled with either dog or iguana poop everywhere. Not worth the 20 pesos to go in.

Thank lesliehein
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