Our guide asked if we wanted to visit a "zoo" on the way to Pisac. I was not so interested but she said it had condors and you could see the animals close up. So, we decided to stop not expecting much. We were quite glad we did. We were able to go inside the condor aviary and actually touch them. We saw several other animals as well that have been rescued from injury or bad situations. Some are in cages and others in an open area. There are llamas, hairless dog, tortoise, parrots and birds, coati, etc. They educate on why we should not buy souvenirs that use condor feathers and other important ways to help the animals and birds in Peru. They exist on donations from visitors to this place. It is definitely worth the 45 minutes it would take to visit here.
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