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Green Iguana Conservation Project, San Ignacio
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Visit the San Ignacio Hotel to meet the lizards of Green Iguana Conservation Project. Set in a lush part of jungle near the Macal River, the hotel houses a project for conservation and protection of green iguanas. The program serves to educate people about the animals and prevent them from being hunted for food. Take the short, scenic trail down to the iguana center with the hotel guide, spot medicinal herbs and trees, or try eating termites from a termite mound. Meet the resident iguanas, learn about their behavior, feed and hold them, or take a photo with them as a souvenir. Use our San Ignacio vacation planner to arrange your visit to Green Iguana Conservation Project and other attractions in San Ignacio.
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This was a great way to interact with iguanas. My wife is not a reptile person and we both left this activity with a smile on our face. Our guide was friendly and very knowledgeable. One thing to note... read more »
Alors qu'aucune agence ne nous en avait parlé, nous avons trouvé ce site grâce aux avis de trip advisor. Bien caché au San Ignacio Resort (on voit à peine la pub à l'entrée de l'hotel), il faudra s'ac... read more »While no agency don't had discussed us it, we found this site through trip advisor reviews. Well hidden from the San Ignacio Resort (you can barely see the pub at the entrance of the hotel), it will take to carry out US $9 per person which will go directly to help the operation of this reserve. Once inside, this will remain a moment etched in our memories. Surrounded by dozens of iguanas, they we go up, we can wear them, feed them and learn a lot about their lifestyle. A must if you go to San Ignacio.show original
Very fun and very informative. The staff are really friendly and knowledgeable. Really cool interacting with the iguanas and feeding them. An absolute must visit.
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