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Spent a couple of hours at the Park. Traveled there by cab which I would recommend. Not sure if we could have found it on our own. Park is very well maintained and the birds appeared very well cared for. A number of variety of...More
Always better to see animals in their natural habitat, but these birds were rescued and can't live on their own. There are two shows a day that are pretty cool, but in Spanish only. Helps if you have a translator (or sit near one!)
This is a beautiful and clean park in a dramatic setting where you can see all sorts of birds of prey - eagles, hawks, owls, and, of course, Andean condors. The birds are kept in large open enclosures and look very well cared for. The...More
The park is high on a high overlooking Otavalo and the surrounding mountains. The spectacular view is worth the trip up there.
We really enjoyed the bird show where an expert displayed and described different species. It was entirely in Spanish but we still appreciated...More
This was very good. We had a difficult time getting there. If you are driving follow the signs from E35 not from Peguche. Once there it was great and because we were delayed the timing was perfect to see the release of the birds and...More
Make sure you get there in time to see the display. Ours started at 11.30 am and lasted over an hour. The presenter interacted with the audience answering many questions. It was all in Spanish which we have only some knowledge of, but this didn’t...More
Getting here was not the easiest experience, as all the roads were in terrible condition. This 'bird park' is high up, commanding views of the surrounding countryside. This seems fitting, given that most of the birds are raptors, usually seen flying at great heights. We...More