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Toucan Rescue Ranch, San Isidro

4.6
#2 of 11 in Wildlife Areas in Province of Heredia
Wildlife Area Nature / Park
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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4.3
  • Informative tour around the rescue centre, interesting to hear about the animals and see sloths in particular up close. While clearly passionate, the volunteer that gave our tour wasn't particularly a...  more »
  • I can talk and describe the feeling and experience but just go. You will get a lot out of it. The care and what you learn makes you understand more and appreciate nature's gifts.  more »
  • It was lovely being able to meet all the animals, including the humans ones who serve their wards. Many of these lovely beings are lucky enough to look forward to a release into the wild. Some are so ...  more »
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  • cute small nice place. take good care of animals there
  • Amazing location. Great staff
  • Great people helping to rehabilitate lots of native animals.
  • We had a great tour. We'll worth it
  • Great place to visit, nice guided tour.