The Wakatá Biopark is a conservation, research and education center that has become a home for animals that have been victims of illegal wildlife trafficking in Colombia and different parts of the world. In our habitats we find:
Tropicaria: Anaconda, boas, python molurus, spiny dragon, false coral, turtles (Morrocoy, mata mata, snapper), axolotl, frogs, baboons, ocelot, Magdalena crocodile and white-headed tamarins.
African Savannah: Hippos, ostriches, watusi cows, water buffaloes and lions.
Zigzag Tour: Tigers, jaguar, cotton-top tamarins, white-tailed deer, peccaries, llamas, antelopes, goats, rabbits, chickens, turkeys, gray fox and páramo tapir.
Birds: Parrots, macaws, king vulture, eagles, owls.
Primate Islands. Spider monkeys, capuchin monkeys, corn monkeys.
Condor region: Andean bear, condor of the Andes, pumas.
Interaction zone: Ponys for children.