Parque Zoologico Huachipa is Lima’s second zoo. The privately owned park is a great place for families to enjoy a day. The zoo more than 200 species. Next to the “international” animals like tigers, lions, giraffes, zebras, kangaroos and dromedaries you find numerous indigenous Peruvian animals (monkeys, pelicans, vicuñas, lamas, different birds, parrots, crocodiles, fish, turtles and many more); a great way to learn more about local animal species. Addresss, Av. Las Torres n, Ate, Peru, Phone+51 1 3563141

The Parque de las Leyendas is Lima’s traditional zoo. But it’s much more than that. It is located amidst a big part of Lima’s most extensive ancient city and is one of the most important pre-Hispanic complexes at the central Peruvian coast called the Archaeological Complex of Maranga. The park successfully manages to combine ecology, archaeology, education and relaxation. AddressAv. Las Leyendas 580, San Miguel 15088, Peru, Phone+51 1 6449200     

The Nor Yauyos-Cochas Landscape Reserve is a protected area in Peru located in the Lima Region, Yauyos Province and in the Junín Region, Jauja Province. It lies with the Peruvian Yungas and Central Andean wet puna ecoregions.

Pantanos de Villa Wildlife Refuge is a protected area of marshes located in the district of Chorrillos in Lima, Peru with an extension of 263.27 hectares (2.63 km2).