This is a fairly interesting place but with practically no signage it was difficult to know what you were seeing. Could definitely benefit from an overseer, some brochures or explanatory signs.
As it stands, the hacienda is an abandoned property with an archeological aura about it. The indigenous habitation structure and various animal cages suggest an effort is being made to give tourists a reason to visit. For now, and for 20 pesos, it's an opportunity to stroll through overgrown gardens, view evidence of times gone by, experience the silence (and... 更多
We expected to see some really cool ruins here but were highly disappointed. There were a few ruins but what it really was...an old abandoned zoo/park. Empty cages and broken down buildings from the 20th century. Nothing too exciting here.
Run down collection of odd small buildings and cement things old animal cage walkways no theme a nice walk for something to pass the time and to ponder pleasant walk don't expect much
Not much to see here. There is supposed to be some history pertaining to the pirate Mundaca, but it wasn't clear. There are some buildings that we think the pirate lived in but there was nothing to indicate when that would have been. The grounds are bigger than you would first imagine and have some beauty to it. For a... 更多
Well, if you want to enjoy a silent place all for yourself, here's the place to be. Place is run down, not much information and nothing in English. There is an alligator in a small pool and a lot of empty cages. We saw no other animals except a lot of mosquitos. Entrance fee of 20 pesos.
We were at Isla animals so we thought we would go to Hacienda Mundaca. It just does not live up to the Legend at all. The stone house is quite small and not in the least bit fancy. The property is not well maintained. There is no wow factor at all. Dave your twenty pesos.
It's a shame that such a beautiful place has been allowed to get into such a sad state. This park could be an absolute jewel and great attraction.