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Toucan Rescue Ranch, San Isidro

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Wildlife Area
Head for a fun day out to an animal-lover's paradise at Toucan Rescue Ranch, which provides a loving and caring home where animals are rescued, nurtured, then released into the wild or given a new home. Find sloths, owls, river otters, parrots, mot mots, and toucans making a recovery at the animal sanctuary. Speak to knowledgeable guides and learn about the local animals. They will explain how the animals got there, what they eat, and how they behave. Stop by the souvenir shop to pick up a gif,t either for yourself or a friend. Use our San Isidro vacation planner to arrange your visit to Toucan Rescue Ranch and other attractions in San Isidro.
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  • My family and I really enjoyed our visit to the Toucan Rescue Ranch. The tour was very informative and includes much more than toucans! We were very impressed with their rescue work and dedication to ...  more »
  • We did the afternoon private tour. It was educational and very fun. This ranch is a great endeavor. Everyone obviously loves animals. The young sloths were definitely the highlight of the tour, but al...  more »
  • We went to toucan and stayed on the property for one night. Everything about the experience was amazing. The tour , our private cabin, breakfast the people that work and of course the animals. Leslie ...  more »
  • I visited the shrine of January 3, 2016. We had coordinated the visit beforehand. When we arrived we find that the tour was done in English. THE guide was not very friendly to ask the possibility of translating. It seems that despite having requested in Spanish, they had him present. There were 5 passengers. Once I did the question they sought to remedy the situation with someone who spoke Spanish. The Lord who accompanied us was extremely nice. The Payables made us a discount for the inconvenience. On the other hand I must say that the Center is very interesting. It's worth the visit. Many care for their animals, but we can bring much, it's not possible to touch them (as applicable). He would come back.
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