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Croco Cun Zoo
Croco Cun Zoo

Croco Cun Zoo

Carretera Cancun - Tulum Km 31, Cancun, Puerto Morelos, 77580

The Basics

Populated predominantly by donated, rescued, or seized animals, Croco Cun Zoo places an emphasis on conservation and is best experienced on a guided tour of the jungle park. Explore alongside a guide to learn about the macaw parrots, crocodiles, and boa constrictors that call Croco Cun Zoo home. Plus, kids will love the opportunity to touch, feed, and hold some of the animals under the careful watch of a zoo worker.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Croco Cun Zoo is one of the region’s most ethical animal attractions, ideal for families.

  • The zoo has an air-conditioned cafe with several drinks and light bite options, a children’s playground, and a gift shop.

  • Your admission ticket includes a guided, English-language tour and the opportunity to interact with the animals.

  • Croco Cun Zoo is both wheelchair and stroller accessible.

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How to Get There

Croco Cun Zoo is situated just off the 307 Highway, close to the town of Puerto Morelos. As such, it's easiest to arrive by private vehicle. There are also public transit options—from the bus stations in Cancún or Playa del Carmen, frequently departing MAYAB buses pass by Croco Cun Zoo. Alternatively, arrange the Croco Cun Zoo shuttle service when booking for an extra fee.

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When to Get There

Croco Cun Zoo is open daily from the mid-morning until late afternoon, and guided tours are included with the purchase of your admission ticket. Arrive early to make the most of your visit or stop by on the way back to Cancún or Playa del Carmen after a day trip to nearby Puerto Morelos.

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What to do in Puerto Morelos

Croco Cun Zoo is the ideal pit stop on a day trip to Puerto Morelos, a former fishing village now known for quieter beaches than nearby Cancún and excellent snorkeling opportunities. There, hang out at a beach bar, take a trip to one of the nearby cenotes, or shop at the weekly craft market if you’re in town on Friday or Saturday.

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