Reino Animal - Mexicocity
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Reino Animal (Animal Kingdom) is a magical place for children and adults. This well-organised safari park has excellent safaris, reptile walks, shows, an aviary, and a balloon safari, amongst other exciting activities.
The truck safari will take you round the habitats of more than 800 animals. Stops are made so that you can safely interact with certain animals, take photographs, and maybe even witness a birth or two.
The park has camels, giraffes, water buffalo, zebras, ostriches, wildebeest, and big cats, amongst many others.
The reptile experience is an exciting walk through a tunnel where you can see snakes, crocodiles, and turtles. The jungle area is where you will catch a glimpse of iguanas, some of which are gigantic!
A really special element of the park is the option to do a balloon safari. This gives you the chance to observe herds of animals from above, and gives you a fantastic view of the Teotihuacan Pyramids. The trip ends with an open-air breakfast.
There are plenty of dining options at the park, mainly consisting of Mexican fast food.
Everyday - 10am - 6pm
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