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this animal refuge is to care for and rehabilitate wild animals that have been captured by poachers, kept as pets, or lost their mothers... A small entry charge supports their work & enables you to take a 1.5 hr tour (on a trailer pulled by...More
This place does a very important job of providing refuge and an opportunity of rehabilitation for wild animals who were for example, hurt by hunters, hit by a car on the road, rescued from smugglers etc.
They have scheduled tours of around 1,5h where one...More
Place is a wonderful slice of Atlantic rain forest. Incredible collection of fauna including many rare and endangered species. Enjoyed seeing howler monkeys (dad, mama and baby) in safe setting in the wild. Any wild creature within 100 kilometers is brought to this place for...More
I missed the english tour so couldnt understand what the guide was literally yelling about for 5 minutes at every cage, it hurt my ears and i doubt the animals enjoyed it either, they all look kind of depressed in their small cages.. saved but...More
Tours of the animal rehabilitation center are guided and involve a short ride into the forest via a tractor type truck. The touring area is not big but for 200 peso, it is worth visiting. I believe there are sporadic English tours daily but the...More
As a for not profit organization, this place does a very good job, rehabilitating injured animals that were hit by cars, taking care of the confiscated wildlife, and when possible releasing them back into the wild.
This tour had more to offer than I expected. Good deal for AR$200. For two hours, we walked slowly through the wooded area where large pens or aviaries contained tropical birds and mammals (including cat, anteater, monkeys + more) that are not eligible for returning...More
We decided to do this tour on our own so we took a taxi from the Amerian del Portal Iguazu hotel which cost 150 pesos one way. We arrived at 11 am but they could only get the four of us on a 12:20 p.m....More
The information online for Guiroga is unfortunately sparse. The animal sanctuary is viewable by guided tour only, which seem to leave a couple of times an hour. Most are in Spanish but a few are in English - call ahead to check.
All animals in...More