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This park is a short walk from the main gate of the walled city.
A gentleman took us right to the sloths and monkeys. He gave us coconut to feed them and we gave him $6.00.
The sloth with her baby came down the tree...More
Ok, I read that there were possibly sloths and monkeys here, so we decided to check it out. We were not disappointed!! A gentleman saw us looking around and offered to show us a sloth. I had read about people offering to show you doofus...More
Across the the street from the Clock Tower is a park, and we walked through the Puerta Libertad into the the Parque del Centenario. The park was built in the place where it is believed that was once an ancient Indian village. The park was...More
The Parque itself is fine but if you want to see some Colombian animals you should visit. We saw sloths, tamarind, iguanas, squirrels and lots of birds. There’s a man in the park who knows the animals very well and will show you where they...More
It is a big park, surrounded by a fence and has a lot to see. They have monkeys, sloths and squirrels and they cavort in the trees. It is between Getsemani and the Walled City. Open air gazebo is nice.
We visited Cartagena on a Sunday and noticed that there was a market in el Parque del Centenario . We were told that normally it is possible to see monkeys and iguanas but because of the attendance on a Sunday morning , the animals would...More