Exhibits are distributed over three buildings across the park, and although connected by interesting and shaded cobblestone pathways that provide excellent views of native trees and birds, there is minimal coverage so I'd avoid visiting such place on a rainy day.
Tickets were less than $3USD and free for visitors 60yrs or older.
Native species of spiders, snakes, lizard and frogs can be seen with a few African / exotic species; overall, facilities are OK and animals are well kept, but the place looks like it has seen better days and could use a little paint / TLC.
No need to spend more than 2-3 hours, even if you stop ( like we did) by the coffee shop to chill from the summer heat sipping some coconut water, but a nice place to visit - away from the hustle bustle of this city
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