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Zoologico de Vallarta

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Zoologico de Vallarta

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Camino al Eden 700, Mismaloya 49421 Mexico
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Hop On Hop Off Tour with Free Stops in Puerto Vallarta
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Hop On Hop Off Tour with Free Stops in Puerto Vallarta

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Vallartour Bus offers a sightseeing tour to discover Puerto Vallarta from a unique perspective.<br><br>Walk through its historic center, streets, beaches and emblematic places with the best panoramic view, comfortable seats and air conditioning. It has audio equipment with information about the city in Spanish and English. In addition, the units have universal access for people with different capacities.<br><br>Puerto Vallarta is at the forefront with Vallartour Bus, at the height of large cities such as Paris, London, New York, Madrid, San Francisco and Mexico City.<br>
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plgarlepied wrote a review Yesterday
New Orleans, Louisiana1,055 contributions96 helpful votes
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We took the hop on hop off tourist bus. We got off at the end of the line at mismaloya. The driver showed us the time table for when they would come back around to get us. You can also take the city bus for 10 pesos(same area for bus stop) & then you walk .4 mi. It may look a little “rough” for some ppl, but it is a perfectly safe walk. When you get off the bus, there is a guy that sells tickets that is actually a bit cheaper than the website $. We bought the bag of animal food for 50p there. Midway there is a cafe to sell you more, plus people food & drink & caps, souvenirs. This zoo is interactive where you can be up close& feed them! Ducks walking freely around including a baby chick! Spent 2 hours & would have spent more except the nats were starting to bite us. Bathrooms were clean but no toilet seats or toilet paper.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Melissa wrote a review Jan 2021
6 contributions2 helpful votes
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we came to the puerto vallarta zoo.... it was so sad...:( the animals all looked very skinny and depressed. it broke our hearts. we bought extra bags of food.one of the big tigers came up to us and was purring loudly and rubbing up against the fence for about 20 minutes just wanting love and affection.lots of animals had sores and just looked awful. made us sick to our stomaches. seriously so sad.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Selena E wrote a review Nov 2020
Colorado7 contributions
This was a very cool interactive zoo. I have never been so close to the animals and hand feed most of them. We paid a little more and was able to hold tiger cubs 🥰. This is an experience we will never forget.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Rosel T wrote a review Sep 2020
Dublin, California4 contributions2 helpful votes
Love it !.. it was a great experience , the proximity to the animals and the fact that they allow you to feed them / pet them / or was nice !.. never expires es anything like that
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Anaïs R wrote a review Jul 2020
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Too naïve and with too little research we went on a daytrip to the zoo. Soon we realised that the animals don't get the treatment and surely not the space they need. It was very sad to see the animals. I'm sure the staff is trying their best, but the fact is that they clearly don't have the resources and facilities to maintain all these animals. Most of them looked depressed und underfed. Do NOT play with the cubs, this is NOT good for them. They claim they are helping the animals through a conservation program, but seeing the circumstances the animals are in, I doubt this is true. If you are an animal lover, please put the animal first, and don't visit this place.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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