As we all know, COVID-19 has temporarily closed a lot of centers and activities as a precautionary measure. Toucan Rescue Ranch was one of them. After 8 long months closed to the public, we’re glad to announce that starting Saturday the 14th of November we’ll be reopening our doors with a 30% discount!
Which tours are we reopening?
The tours we have up and running are Slothies and Coffee and The Classic Ranch Experience for both general bookings as well as a private option.
The first one consists of an experience designed for those who can’t get enough of sloths. Enjoy a delicious cup of Britt Coffee and pastries while you watch the young sloths do their morning workouts, breakfast, and sometimes even go to the toilet! This is a truly special experience for sloth lovers. This tour lasts for 2.5 hours and our donation price is $43.40 for adults and $22.40 for kids between 6 and 10 years of age.
The Classic Ranch Educational Walk consists of a tour around the Ranch enriched with individual stories of each rescued animal! During this walk, our experienced tour guides will tell you interesting facts about each species, which includes macaws, parrots, owls, sloths, spider monkeys, and more. This experience has a duration of 2 hours and our donation prices vary for national and international guests.
How many people can come on a tour?
Each tour has a maximum capacity of 8 people. Also bear in mind you have to arrive 15 minutes before your reservation with a mask that has no valve. Faceguards will not be accepted. All of our guides will be enforcing our Covid-19 Protocol throughout your visit.
How do you make a reservation?
To make a reservation simply visit our webpage TOURS
Don’t feel like you’re ready to go out yet?
You can book a virtual tour! We currently offer a lot of great educational opportunities in our virtual version, including a sloth feature tour, an exclusive meet baby sloths experience, the classic ranch tour, and opportunities for schools. LEARN MORE HERE!
We can’t wait to have you with us!
Written by Marketing Intern, Mariana Diaz
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