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The entrance fee was $200 I believe which was pretty reasonable. The main attraction of the zoo was the birds. Beautiful birds and a good variety. It seems as though the zoo was under repair when we visited. Not many animals to see but if...More
my visit to the zoo was wonderful viewed a lot of wild animal and farm animals also, but the birds are the ones that captured my attention with their many colour,habitation and origination.when in Georgetown i recommend that you visit the zoo.another bonus it that...More
Ok....this is no where near as exciting as a zoo in a developed country. But it's still kind of cool. There are a couple of manatees at the entrance which you can see and feed.
Lots of parrots and macaws.
There are also other interesting...More
You can purchase food (veges and such) to feed the donkeys and horses and they are eager to show their appreciation. The entire experience was happy and the monkeys are good entertainers too! The wild hog is quite obnoxious and aggressive but the Harpy Eagle...More
I visited the zoo with my three grand children - they really enjoyed the visit. Yu can get fra, far closer to the animlas here than in most zoos in other countries. This also must be one of the cheapest zoos in the world to...More
I read all the bad reviews of the zoo but I want to judge for my self. The zoo is under renovation and with a new change of government they are trying. Go with a open mind and prepared to learn something. Small quiet lovely...More
We didn't see any signs of animals in poor conditions. The enclosures are a bit small and run down, but they see to be clean and animals are cared for.
I'd be happy to spend a couple of hours there. The guard had a tabby...More