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This is one of the few reputable animal rescues in the area, and they're doing great work. They educate - travelers and locals - about the manatees and the crucial part they play in the ecosystem. They're working to eliminate manatee hunting and other destructive...More
On the outskirts of town, this place is educational about local wildlife and the challenges they face to rehabilitate and release back into their natural habitat. Took a mototaxi there for around s/20 and took about 20-30 minutes from plaza del Armas
Very enjoyable and educational visit, they have a lot of rescue animals, not just manatee and they explain the re-wilding process for each of them. Really committed caring people, many voluntary, and the manatee are of course the cutest creatures imaginable.
You can’t touch them...More
I have visited this place with the hopes to be able to see them and perhaps to be able to touch them , since these animals are unique in the entire world, however, not much different then a zoo. No rescue center. well I still...More
It will take you 30 minutes aprox to get to the Amazon rescue center from plaza de armas. You can spend an hour in a good guided tour and by doing this you are supporting this project. I recommend you to visit.
You could tell how much they love the animals. The bond between some of them and the people taking care of them was amazing and the way they treat and give their time for the animals that need it so much is heart warming.
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You can arrange a tour, via a tour company, but I just took a tuk-tuk. It was $20/soles, each way and the driver waited for me. (They're good about doing that, if you want them to) There are guides there, which are included... More
You can arrange a tour, via a tour company, but I just took a tuk-tuk. It was $20/soles, each way and the driver waited for me. (They're good about doing that, if you want them to) There are guides there, which are included with the admission fee.