Because it’s in Central America, it’s quite affordable as well. We paid around $20 a person, which is quite a bit less than we’ve paid at most places in the United States.
I am a big believer in kids learning history and it’s a whole lot easier to make it have an impact when they physically see it.
The way certain areas of the island are built into the cliffside is really neat. I recommend staying in a cave hotel for at least one night for a full experience.
I get that this isn’t for everyone. People have various feelings on interacting with elephants.
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