Nicaragua National Zoo
Planning a trip to Nicaragua with children? The National Zoo – home to over 650 different animal species – is definitely worth checking out. From tiny hummingbirds to awe-inspiring African lions they have it all!
The Nicaragua National Zoo is located at Kilometer 16 of the Managua-Masaya road.
It is closed on Mondays, but open Tuesday to Sunday from 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM. The entrance fee is C$15 for adults and C$10 for children.
Entrance fee to the butterfly and orchid garden (my favorite place at the zoo) is an additional C$15.
Learn about Nicaragua National Zoo.
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