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Coming from Australia, I guess I am a little bit spoilt with the zoo’s I am use to. This zoo however is rather good with what they have, it was 4,000 Chilean Peso for an adult. Their is a wide range of animals from elephants,...More
You go in and can immediatly see how the animals are in very small cages/spaces. Some animals are the only ones of their species and seem very lonely and sick. It is a very depressing and stressful place with all of the people screaming and...More
I have been to this place twice. First in the summer, and the second time in the winter.
Well, I didn't know what to go to the zoo in the open air zoo wasn't a good idea at all. All animals hid in their houses...More
Costing 2000 pesos for students and 4000 for adults it is a very cheap way to kill a few hours. The zoo is built into the hill side with about 25/30 animal enclosures. I would say that generally the conditions are nice for many of...More
Santiago Zoo is located very close to Baquedano metro station, not sure why but google maps shows almost no roads to get there, but just take metro line 1 and get down in Baquedano station, then walk for about 5 blocks, once you get there...More
This a very good zoo, we saw elephant, giraffe, lion, tiger, monkeys, penguin... There were a lot of animals, a good visit, mainly if you are taking kids. Pay attention to the stores that sells water and restrooms because there are a few of it....More
We wanted a chill activity on our last day in Santiago and decided to visit a zoo, since it was a walking distance from our hotel. We arrived close to 4 pm and stayed just a few minutes passed 6pm, was a perfect time, not...More
This is a nice zoo, well maintained with a good variety of species. It draws attention to how close you can get to many of the animals.
The ticket to get in and most of the food carts only accept payment in cash (or local...More
An average zoo but there are some animal what is only live in Chile, for example Nandu and Pudu, or Humboldt Pinguin. The location is in the hill, so you can use funicular to reach the zoo, or walk but up to the hill, so...More
This is your typical old style zoo, where the animals are in cages that are too small. These types of zoo's depress me and I feel awful for the animals that are in there. If you are looking for something to do with the kids,...More
Good afternoon. August is a good time to be at the zoo. The weather helps if you don´t mind the slight cold climate. It is actually fun and not hot and sticy. Here is a video from youtube about the polar bear hope this... More
Good afternoon. August is a good time to be at the zoo. The weather helps if you don´t mind the slight cold climate. It is actually fun and not hot and sticy. Here is a video from youtube about the polar bear hope this helps. The is pretty good, you will enjoy it also try the funicular ride as well. Your son would love seeing the trees under his feet and riding... I hope you enjoy your trip, have fun. I totally forgot to suggest a place where a kid can just be a kid but also have a 100% fun time: It is called Kidzania. I hope this information helps. There is also a live selvatic place where you can see other animals it is called Selva Viva. I am sending the site for this too.
Here is the polar bear site
youtube. com / watch?v=fHnEMeTb2GM
Selva Viva site