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Condor Park, Otavalo

(4/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
See birds of all shapes and sizes at Condor Park, a refuge for one of the region's most threatened creatures. This important facility rehabilitates birds that have been orphaned or held in poor conditions, and allows visitors to watch feeding and flying displays conducted by the expert staff. Some of the eagles and hawks are free to fly during the day, which makes this a great place to observe birds of prey soaring above a mountainous landscape. With our international travel planner, Otavalo attractions like Condor Park can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Kids loved this place, friendly staff and it was nice to learn about different types of birds from the Andes and the American continent in general  more »
  • The Mayor of Otavalo organized at this location on San Pablo Lake a Recital of poetry, in the plain and the air free, place of flight of the condors, of exuberant nature. Poets, not only inspired, but they became poetic sanctuary of the Ecuador Park.
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  • We were amazed at the number of bird species we saw, including two Andean Condors (They are huge!) as well as hawks, owls, and eagles. We could get much closer to them than we would be able to in the ...  more »