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Croco Cun Zoo Guided Tour

  • 1-hour tour of Croco Cun Zoo
  • See incredible wildlife
  • Learn about Mexico's most unique creatures
Croco Cun Zoo Guided Tour
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Croco Cun Zoo Guided Tour
USD 30.00
Meet the Yucatán’s wildest animals and cutest creatures with a 1-hour tour of Croco Cun Zoo in Puerto Morelos. Snap some pictures and then enjoy a leisurely walk through the jungle-like grounds. See spider monkeys swing from tree-to-tree, watch crocodiles swim and bask and find out how Mexico’s famously hairless dogs lost their coats. Learn about Mexico’s diverse wildlife including snakes and deer and the conservation efforts made by the zoo in a family-friendly environment.
What to Expect

On this one-hour tour, you will see the local species of our fauna: tropical birds, crocodiles, variety of reptiles, enormous snakes, the famous Mexican hairless dogs, deer, turtles and more. You will be led by a guide who will help you learn all about these amazing creatures while explains to you all about them. You will also walk among crocodiles!

Visitors start off with a chance to have their picture taken and then see colorful parrots and macaws. It’s an exotic welcome to an hour stroll along paths leading through lush tropical vegetation.

Continuing on, one can appreciate crocodiles in their various stages of growth – from babies swimming in ponds to large specimens basking in the sun. Along the way, one of the bilingual guides narrates the zoo’s history and introduces some of the animals by name so you don't forget which one is your favorite. 

One of the most amazing parts of the tour is the visit by the troop of spider monkeys. Living free in the canopy of trees, they can be seen and heard overhead. When directed by the tour guide, visitors are invited to put pieces of banana (sold for a small fee at the entrance) in the several baskets hanging by ropes among the trees. The monkeys pull up the baskets, grab the bananas and send the baskets back down for more!

Moving on, the large fenced in area of deer gives kids a chance to get a look at them. After centuries of hunting, the white-tailed deer – once abundant in southeastern Mexico – is now a protected species.

To get here, if you are not renting a car, you can take a van from Cancun, Puerto Morelos or Playa del Carmen or you can hire any type of transportation service.

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1 - 5 of 22 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent place for a visit.

We went to this zoo as something to do on a cloudy afternoon. Absolutely brilliant. We took the guided tour, the guide was excellent, informative and brilliant with the kids. Really interactive, you get to feed the birds and the deer and hold a small...More

Thank sbrisco
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Cool Experience

We had a great guided tour with a small group of people. We saw lots of animals including crocodiles, birds, snacks, deer, and turtles.

Thank Incandesto
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great, clean Zoo. Nice tour

We took the 90-minute tour through the zoo today. Our guide was very nice. We had an English-speaking tour with only five people. We saw a lot of animals. Birds, alligators and crocodiles, turtles, monkeys, deer. I love the hairless dogs, they were so sweet....More

Thank LoriQ
Reviewed 10 July 2018
Great quick trip!

Main attraction here was they are all rescue animals. We arrived about 9am before it got too hot! We paid around $32 each for a guided tour, we got to feed peacocks, birds & deer. We got a quick glimpse of monkeys in the trees...More

2  Thank Jessica H
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile
What an amazing experience!

My husband and I were on holiday in the area, and we fancied getting out of the resort - we looked on here for things to do in the local area and came across this place. I am so glad we visited! We got a...More

2  Thank emgoule87
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5 May 2018|
Response from onemorecupofcoffee | Reviewed this property |
I think you can pay admission right there. I paid for the tour and transportation on their website, but when we arrived the girl who greeted us explained how the zoo works and then told us how much it would cost, when I told... More