My husband and I saw this place on a local tourist map, and I was curious and really wanted to go. It was in a mostly residential area. The price I had seen on the website was incorrect and the actual price was double that....更多
Place is great they have a lot of different reptiles even a large crocodile. There's also a birds exhibit where you can walk in and be with the birds and take pictures. This is also a rescue so they have injured animals that they rehabilitate...更多
The main purpose of this mini-petting zoo seems to be the rehabilitation and release of injured local creatures. They do take in non-local injured wild animals, as well as feature some non-local reptiles that "draw in the people" as the lady explained to us. For...更多
What an awesome little place. Iguanas, gila monsters, snakes, turtles, all manner of colorful birds, and even two partially blind owls that could no longer live in the wild. I loved getting to learn about the wild residents of Baja, as well as to fraternize...更多
Arrived 45 minutes before closing. No guide. No tour. No animal food. No informative talk. Good attempt to keep animals healthy and happy. Some cages, especially the alligator, seemed too small. Don't expect too much. Didn't mind seeing and paying for animal rehab.
We took a couple hours to stop in El Serpentario and were delighted to find a vast array of rattlesnakes, boas, pythons and iguanas! Also turtles, frogs and an aviary full of birds and bunnies! What a great visit and cool stop! The birds and...更多