It was good to see some wildlife close up...some toucans and other birds, howler monkeys, a lesser anteater, and some others, all rescued .We arrived just too late for a tour and had to wait near the entry with nothing to see or do really for over an hour. It would be good if tour times were advertised, as we felt we wasted a lot of time there for what we saw. The guide explained things clearly to the small group of English speakers. Bring wet weather gear as the tractor trailer to the wildlife enclosures isn't covered, and of course the walk is outside.
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