Guadalajara Zoo

Guadalajara Zoo

Guadalajara Zoo Attractions Inaugurated in 1988, in over 25 years of operation, Guadalajara zoo has developed over 50 hectares of natural setting for its 1,400 habitants, and keeps a natural reservation of 280 hectares to safegard the diversity of Huentitan canion.


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The newest attraction is the chairlift that covers over two miles of cable overseeing the animal species from an eyebirds perspective. Each chair seats two people that transports the visitor at an altitude of over 20 feet.

The Rancho Vet allows the public to know and have close contact with domestic animals. Most children have the opportunity to become?

Veterinarians for a day? and work directly with living species to which oscultan within a clinic that has all the equipment and instruments need a medical professional. This is a way to learn to respect and love nature.

The roofed auditorium with capacity for 3,500 visitors comfortably seated, presents two daily shows, trained birds and reptiles. In addition to special programs taking place in the park.


The Herpetarium presents the visitor through their terrariums scenic, habitat and habits of the reptile world: as crocodiles, snakes, iguanas, turtles arthropods and other animals. His new look has a totally remodeled comfortable making the visit and observation of species.

There is a scenic train that runs through the park facilities and allows the visitor to know more about the species on display through explanations of the guides.

The Villa Australian is a space dedicated to this extraordinary continent, which are the world’s most extravagant species like the koala, a species first visited a zoo in Latin America: Guadalajara Zoo.

Currently housed in a free-flight aviary budgies and nymphs which can be powered by the same visitors. Also you can have a real encounter with red kangaroos, one of the tallest species reaching measure 1.75mts in adulthood, which you can admire very closely.

Animal Research, is a space full of cutting edge interactive technology where visitors engage in observation, experience and reflection of our habits and behaviors with respect to species animals, for the mutual preservation of our environment.

The CIA is the most daring of animal learning and fun in the city. A unique opportunity to see science related to animals, art and everyday life.

In Guadalajara

Guadalajara Zoo

Guadalajara Zoo 
Live this great adventure inside the thematic áreas in Guadalajara Zoo. Newest great attraction is the Aquarium, majestic aquatic area where you will be face to sharks. Look at the 1400 + Animal species from the chairlifts system surrounding the amusement park.


Mexican Rodeo
Very Popular in Guadalajara Jalisco and a real recognized sport with strict rules and lots of competition. It is Mexican for NASCAR. Men and women compete wearing colorful Mexican cowboy costumes trimmed in silver studs.
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Guachimontones Pyramids in Guadalajara

Guachimontones Pyramids
Discover the great prehispanic cultures that flourished in western Mexico. This magical area is full of attractions covered during a trip. This volador ceremonial precinct was home to 30,000 + inhabitants formed a unique culture archaeologists call Teuchitlán.
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Tequila Jimador working harvesting agave

Added to the attractions of its prestigious tequila distilleries and the great cultural heritage of its historic center, Tequila town now added multiple excuses to be visited, holding exhibitions and cultural events, Since distinguised with title of Pueblo Magico.
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Tourism in Guadalajara Mexico

Downtown Guadalajara
A walking tour of the historic district Guadalajara starts inside the Government Palace, imposible to do it from a bus. Great murals are displayed inside Degollado Theater and other wonderful colonial buildings discover during your tour visit to the Pearl of the West.
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Lake Chapala

Lake Chapala
Lake Chapala hábitat is one of the most diverse in Mexico and a critical habitat for several species of migratory birds, indigenous plants and animals. Ajijic, nearby, is home of the largest US and Canadian population outside their country of origin.
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