We spent 3hrs just wandering around enjoying the unspoiled beauty of the gardens.I say gardens but it's more of a jungle/woodland.Mosquito repellent is a must-don't miss anywhere or you will get bitten.Not suitable for anyone who is unsteady on their feet or for buggies/wheelchairs. Take time to look closely and you will find lots of insects,bugs,beetles as well as loads of butterflies which are prolific in Mexico-I just wish they would stay still long enough to photograph! If you have a head for heights climb the towers and cross the hanging rope bridge from where you are in the canopy and can get a better look for the birds and monkeys(if you are lucky). I think it cost approx. £7.50 entry and can be reached by the local buses making it a cheap excursion. We seemed to be the only ones there which was great-I can't see it ever being busy as no-one seems to know it exists. I would imagine children being a bit bored and there are no shops or refreshments so take your own drinks and a snack. We asked our Thomas Cook rep to phone and ask about prices,times etc.as we don't speak Spanish.I think I have the tel.no. somewhere so feel free to email me for any other details.