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All reviews olmec heads la venta outdoor museum jungle setting couple of hours local animals black jaguar free roaming ceiba tree t shirts bring bug repellent nice walk great place to visit poor condition lovely park big head big cats
To be in a park and have gigantic rock Olmec heads, statues, basalt tombs and mosaic floor tiles that date to hundreds of years BC is a humbling experience. I enjoyed too the free-roaming coatis that crossed your path at sometimes surprising intervals, as well...More
It was a fun visit especially the section with animals from the region. The archeological park (the actual ruins are someplace else) was mediocre, don't have very much information and feels abandoned. Apparently they have a light show at night during certain seasons, all the...More
My favorite part of the visit was the wild coatis that roam the grounds - the first time I've ever seen them. I also greatly enjoyed the zoo, particularly the opportunity to hold a small crocodile, and see a black jaguar and hear it give...More
Good place for a stroll, as you can walk in a tropical garden looking at relics. In the park you will encounter little mammals like racoons walking freely. They are lovely to watch. For the same reason food and bags are not allowed inside.
We’d had an extremely long drive having had to take a detour from San Cristobal to Palenque as local protesters, allied to the Zapatista movement, had blocked the main access road. This meant we missed seeing the Agua Azul waterfalls but actually our revised trip...More