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I went in the week, had the place for us and it was nice to see the animals taken cared of and with a an objective of educating us.
We visiter this zoo on our way to the airport and the zoo is well worth visiting. It takes about an hour to see it and you can see many of the animals of Costa Rica. The flora is also beautiful!
This group rescues, rehabilitates, and returns animals to the wild whenever possible. The ones that cannot be returned are on display in enclosures so visitors can get up-close views. Allow time to walk through the entire park to see all the birds, monkeys, tapirs, and...More
This place is an absolute treasure. The rescued animals are given rehab and returned - if possible - and are kept safe and enjoying nature if they can't. This is an incredible facility. The price reflects what they do for the animals and is well...More
Having been to Zoo Ave many years ago I wanted to return especially after seeing the documentary Toucan Nation in which the Toucan named Grecia was fitted with a specially designed prosthesis and found a safe home at the zoo after having its beak slashed...More
Absolutely fantastic!!! I highly recommend it. The animals are beautiful and we go to see iguanas walking across the pathway too. The monkeys are such a beautiful site and the puma was extraordinary! This is an absolute must do with kids or only adults.
The animals seemed content and they have rescued and released many of their animals back into the wild. The place was big and the animals had big enclosures too. It was a fun experience overall
We stopped in at Zoo Ave on the off chance on the way back from Alajuela and what a welcome little surprise it was! Firstly the margaritas were fabulous, perfectly prepared and the food was surprisingly good! While we were eating, there were the most...More