Temaiken Biopark, Belen de Escobar

Home to a variety of native Argentine species, Temaiken Biopark features numerous immersive habitats free of cages, bars, and other traditional enclosures. Spanning 72 hectares (178 acres), the park boasts more than 7,000 critters from 300 species, including the Patagonian mara and the beloved capybara, the world's largest rodent. Explore the open-plan environments surrounded by minimalist architecture, and keep your eyes peeled for the rare and exotic animals that roam freely between ponds, jungles, and rock formations. Stop by the aquarium to get a glimpse of the nation's ocean-dwelling and freshwater residents. Afterwards, you can kick back at one of the many onsite cafes and restaurants with a bite to eat. Check the website for information on special offers, promotions, and events. Plan your Temaiken Biopark visit and explore what else you can see and do in Belen de Escobar using our Belen de Escobar vacation builder website .
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  • We stayed here with friends and had a great time. Large park with many things to see. Many animals and very green. Too bad some restaurants were closed. Pleasant day in which we saw many animals. Good shuttle service to get around in the park.
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  • We visited the Biopark as a family, went on a weekday in winter vacation, there were quite a lot of people. The entrances are not inexpensive, but considering all the conservation work they do I think they are worth it. Recommendations: Take out tickets online, come out cheaper and you can take advantage of promotions, type 2x1. Besides, you have a month to use them. Going early, the park is very big, there is plenty to see and people queuing to get into some attractions. It's a walk to spend the day. Go with comfortable clothes and shoes. There are places to eat from panchos to grill. The place is very nice, with an interesting variety of animals. We loved the aquarium, the kids were fascinated. As a negative, there were many people, in some cases quite poorly educated. I think better organizing the number of people entering the aquarium at a time could improve the experience, at times it was impossible to move forward. In addition to putting more park staff inside to prevent children of distracted parents from hitting glass, for example. The bathrooms were nicely clean but lacked a little maintenance. There are souvenir stands, to my liking they were expensive, and we found no way around them because they are very well located. I would come back only if my children insist a lot, I don't get to see animals locked up so I'd try to avoid it.
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