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Parque Natural de Pucallpa, Pucallpa

(2.3/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Walk through the toothy grin of a giant lizard that lived more than 10 million years ago into Parque Natural de Pucallpa, a zoo with more than 400 species of animals. The park acts as both a recreational center, a museum, and zoo--lined with trees, swampy areas, and criss-crossed by trails. See monkeys, alligators, jaguars, anteaters, deer, and toucans, and then browse the museum's collection of river fossils. Don't forget bug spray, as the dense forest jungle also hosts many mosquitos. Make Parque Natural de Pucallpa part of your personalized Pucallpa itinerary using our Pucallpa travel itinerary maker.
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  • We went around lunch time (bad idea, lots of Sun and the animals are hidden from the Sun in the shadows, I recommend a less sunny hours). The entrance is precarious and could be more colorful. The zologico is very varied in the number of regional both animals as others also. But there is many areas and spaces of the zoo that are neglected and that contrasted with spaces that if are refurbished and are very nice. The best place was that to be in a zone of much vegetació we could see a few monkeys in State natural but naturally fearful. Bird cage is also very good. Improve the area of otters and lions, the infrastructure must be better used! It is an obligation to bring insect repellent and sunscreen. The entrance is 5 soles in cash. The route is super and signposted with the rather clear and extensive description of animals for visitors.
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  • Yes im Pucallpa ist not much to do, ok I would first go into the jungle, but the plans are changing, so then but to the Zoo. You shouldn't have much of frost, and cannot compare with what you kennt. When apart, the heat and the flora, the animals are, in my view, partly gaddar, cages are too small, a few beautiful birds, yes then keep it for me. The idea is certainly good, but TOU seen there would be much to be done.
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  • Dirty and neglected environments, pieces of clearing in the green areas, it seems that you are arranging some areas but most Queen disorder and dirt, mainly the State of certain animals and their environments is deplorable (Monkey cages, some cats, certain birds and the Snake) should expand the cages or simply converting the cages in open spaces since it shows that animals are depressed. Also there is no education in visitors to feed the animals with anything and there is no control to avoid this. It is a huge park with lots of space to exploit and with good planning and project can be a space just for animals in captivity and a space for the proper distraction of families, with awareness and responsibility in the care of its flora and fauna that apparently do not respect.
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