The Bioparque Los Ocarros is located 3 kilometers from the city of Villavicencio, Vía Restrepo.
With an area of 5.5 hectares, the Biopark was founded on October 17, 2003 with the objective of supporting the conservation of the native fauna of the Colombian Eastern Plains. The Biopark owes its name to a giant Armadillo or Priodontes maximus native to the region which is in danger of extinction.
This park has approximately 1,200 animals from 193 different natural species of the region. The Biopark is entirely dedicated to preserving the natural wealth of the region, as well as offering visitors different types of thematic recreation to instill learning about species of flora and fauna in situ.