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Hacienda Panoaya, Amecameca
Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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La Hacienda tiene muchas atracciones muy interesantes, sin embargo la mejor es el laberinto inglés. Al principio parece fácil pero conforme avanzas todo se pone mas difícil. El museo tambien es muy in... read more »The Hacienda has many interesting attractions, but the best is the English maze. At first it seems easy but as advance everything becomes more difficult. The Museum also is very interesting, I think that they could give more information but not bad.show original
Excelente lugar para ir un fin de semana con la familia, todo muy agradable; los animales, el paseo en el lago, la tirolesa, el aviario y sin dejar de lado también hay algo de cultura, el lugar donde ... read more »Great place for a weekend with the family, all very nice; the animals, ride on the Lake, the canopy, the Aviary and without leaving aside also there are some culture, the place where lived Doña Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz... All at a very affordable both for adults and for children, and to be able to say the beautiful view of background that this occurs with the "IZTACIHUATL" and "POPOCATEPETL" volcanoes... And if they want to put a romantic touch is a maze which will not be easy to find the exit.show original
Cuando escuché del lugar mis espectativas no eran muchas, sin embargo el lugar me sorprendió, muy limpio, amplio, repleto de actividades para todos los gustos. La entrada básica cuesta $60 pesos y pag... read more »When I heard of the place my expectations were not many, but the place I was surprised, very clean, spacious, full of activities for all tastes. Basic admission is $60 pesos and you pay $90 if you want a pass to all activities, my recommendation is to pay for the pass for andes not worried about nothing. The main attraction is the maze, had never been in one so I really enjoyed the experience up to a couple of times, I repeated the canopy is not far behind and the only downside is that they only allow you to throw a single time. but I give them a tip, there is always miedositos in each family that does not want to throw, if that is your case , sites can use them the most thrown, so all end up happy. For the more small aviary, reptiles and wild animals show turns out to be very attractive, passing light to an area where you can feed some pigs, Capybaras, deer, llamas and even a camel. For the food them recommend get to breakfast to the firm and for the food if not are very demanding there are some posts of food fast, hot dogs and that, but if are of them families more organized, can carry your azador and make a day of field full with a meat roasted and/or any stew family. There are cancahas of soccer, bounce house rental, bicycles, many gardens for any sporting activity and up to pool. The only thing that will be needed is time. Panoaya is a simple, no frills but equipped to spend a great day of field, or even a full weekend since it has a small hotel with basic rooms to rest after a tiring day, the best is that if you stay you can repeat all the experience the next day without charge, as well as wonderful framed dawn of the volcanoes more beautiful of all Mexico Popocatepetl and the Iztacihuatl. Ahhh and of many activities I forgot the Museum located on a small farm where he lived a Mexican woman, Doña Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. On the back of a 200 Peso note can see this beautiful place and Yes, also the visit to the Museum, it is worth while children and young people safe is opondran so much fun before.show original
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