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I visited this place during a weekend visit to Merida.
The access is free, and you can spend easily 3-4 hours here.
There is the zoo area, where you can find any kind of animal, snakes, lions, tigers, hipopotamus, monkeys, antilopes, birds....... There is also...More
Free educational activity, perfect!
It’s a nice park with many animals and information about them, there is also food, handcrafts and playgrounds for kids.
It was the perfect way to spend a Saturday morning.
Much of this park is like a carnival, with rides and vendors of ever sort. The zoo is a wasteland. Yes, there are lions and hippos in the most horrible conditions imagineable. What keeps the hippos alive is beyond me. Their mud-hole is too bad...More
From the reviews on Trip Advisor, we were very nervous about going to the zoo. My grandson read the reviews with me and was prepared for the worst conditions but we still wanted to go because so many people in the community raved about it....More
It is a very fun place, there are many things to do, the best is the wide variety of shops where you can buy various sandwiches such as churros, nachos, etc, there is a place where you can go horseback riding and the zoo is...More
I felt so bad for these poor animals. The condition they are kept in is pretty bad. Big cats in small pens, maybe the size of a backyard pool .... same as the hippos. Submerged in small pools filled with stagnant water. Monkey cages weren’t...More
Whether for families or anyone who enjoys a nice park and zoo, this is the nicest zoo we have ever visited. It isn’t the largest zoo but it has a huge variety of animals and birds. The small train ride through the park is fun,...More
You can walk to the Zoologico del Centenario from the Plaza Grande by heading west along 59th street in about 25 minutes. It's a charming place, if you're under 8 years old, or if you just want to watch a lot of Merida families enjoying...More