If I'm honest, I didn't expect to like the park I came to, and I went with the idea that it would be a mere tourist attraction. However, as I was learning about the place, my opinion changed and the hours passed almost without noticing. The park is not very big but is structured to fit a variety of strategically placed habitats. Donkeys, goats and deer are in semi before entering the park. Once you pay the entrance fee, you see crocodiles, some curious fruit eating bats and turtles (huge and heavy, up to 250 kg, all born in captivity and that the recovery effort has yielded good fruit)s. After feeding them vegetables (a carer payment, jejejej) and learning about the various stages from birth to adulthood, we passed several ponds with huge crocodiles and some Japanese carp ponds then we stopped for a while to enjoy small monkeys that are semi free, as are the majority of animals in the park.