Tiny concrete cages and bad smells. Felt really bad supporting a zoo that doesn't give the animals a nice place to live.
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Quistococha park is a fantastic place where you can view a rich fauna and flora. You can swimm in the lagoon and relax. You can some regional myths and legends about quistococha..
Well, Quistacocha is a beautiful place surrender by nature in the jungle, well keep in their on possibilities, the food close to the river that i tryed ...grilled plantains and meat were lovely. The only thing i did not like from this place...is that the...More
Very quite and nice view a rich fauna & flora and you can have your pace. If have time and wether permits is posiple to have a bath as well
I went there believing that it was more a reserve than a zoo. But I was wrong. Tiny cages for big animals like 2 panthers for example. And for the other animals, all of them are all alone in there tiny cages. Also a delphin...More
Although I was not sure where our driver was taking us, we ended up here. I am not one to visit Zoo's - have a hard time seeing animals locked up. This place was clean and there is a beach there to swim at.
We went after the manatee rescue center. It was much cleaner and nicer than other reviews led us to believe! There is a good variety of different native animals. The restaurant by the lake was a nice place to stop for lunch and a break!...More