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Aluxes Ecoparque

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Address: Carretera Palenque-Ruinas Km 2.6, Palenque 29960, Mexico
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+52 916 345 5180
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09:00 - 17:00
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Sun - Sat 09:00 - 17:00
Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
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Aluxes is a Conservation Park in Palenque, we rescue native wildlife and...

Aluxes is a Conservation Park in Palenque, we rescue native wildlife and reintroduce lost species into the wild whenever posible. We are open to the public to support our work as we are a NGO, not-for-prof working for the conservation. We have night tours $300 day visits $60 children $100 Adults (mexican pesos) feeding the animals experience (manatee, crocodiles, macaw), Petting zoo (crocodile, boa, others), School visits, Animal seminars. We open all days from 9am to 5pm but can open earlier upon request.

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Perfect after ruins!

Wonderful park! Go for a ruins in the morning, grab a lunch somewhere nearby (e.g. El Panchan) and then spend a couple of hours in this park. Bring anti-mosquito spray for both... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
zinderlex
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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW via mobile

Wonderful park! Go for a ruins in the morning, grab a lunch somewhere nearby (e.g. El Panchan) and then spend a couple of hours in this park. Bring anti-mosquito spray for both ruins and the park.

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Thank zinderlex
Mexico City, Mexico
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited Aluxes Ecoparque in Palenque during our Easter break. We had a wonderful time. Park personnel went out of their way to make us feel welcome, the animals were impeccably kept, the grounds are beautifully landscaped and clean Feeding the manatees (who are all rescued animals) was one of the most incredible experiences we ever had and the keepers... More 

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Thank Bianca R
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I had an amazing time here in the middle of a huge thunderstorm. I spent about two and a half hours visiting and wanted to come back the next day (unfortunately, the park was closed). I could have happily spent more time here and would recommend it completely. The keepers and staff are really passionate about what they do and... More 

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Thank Joanna M
London, United Kingdom
2 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you are looking for a mini safari with absolutely passionate people, this is the place for you! It would help if you speak Mexican, or as the Mexicans call it, Spanish. They will try to assist in English however. There are many so many different types of animals and you even get to interact with them. I was not... More 

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

There was this night tour, definitely a must. I don't know what else to say, if you like nature like i do, you'll be delighted

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Thank Alejandro H
Josefa G, Propietario at Aluxes Ecoparque, responded to this review

Thank you Dear Alejandro, We do love our night tours as we get to see many of the night wildlife as well as feeding the manatees and the crocodiles. all best Josefa Gonzalez Blanco Presidenta More 

Mexico City, Mexico
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Aluxes was so great, I went twice in three days! I started with the night tour -- includes feeding manatees, feeding crocodiles, and (if you choose) holding a baby boa constrictor. I went back this morning to get better photo ops and feed Patro, Mexico's largest crocodile in captivity. Every activity + tour they offer is well-priced, and well worth... More 

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Thank Haley L
Mexico City, Mexico
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent place to visit in Palenque, much better than visiting a zoo, you may find many species that are protected in this reserve

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Thank 85Fer
Wellington, NZ
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Reviewed 23 March 2017 via mobile

This is a great ecoparque who do a wonderfull job of conservation and animal rehabilitation. Love that lots of the animals are in open enclosures. For $100 pesos you can help feed the manatee which was one of the most bizarre but best experiences of our trip!

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Josefa G, Propietario at Aluxes Ecoparque, responded to this review

Hi Fred, Thank you very much for your visit and your review. Yes, feeding the manatees is an amazing experience. Love it every time. Come back soon, All Best, Josefa Gonzalez Blanco Presidenta More 

Copenhagen, Denmark
2 reviews
Reviewed 20 March 2017

We were really pleased with the park. It is large, well kept, informative, super helpful staff, and the animals are cared well for. I would recommend everybody who goes to see the ruins in Palenque to also go here to get an idea about the fauna that is native to the area the Mayans lived in.

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Reviewed 15 March 2017

Was skeptical going in as to whether I would like it. But attracted to it by the conservation programs it conducts such as Scarlet Macaw (guacamayas) reintroduction. But for 3 exceptions, I found the wildlife areas had no bars or glass partitions. All the species are local or at least southern-Mexico native. The entire park is set in the jungle... More 

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