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Enjoyed the butterflies and climbing the bambu tower. A very knowledgeable guide told us about how the butterflies lay there eggs and are hatched from chrysalis. Lunch was very good in the restaurant there. I would recommend this attraction.
You can see all stages of the butterfly from eggs, caterpillar, cocoon (totally amazing especially the gold ones) to them flying all around you. Excellent variety of butterflies in a tranquil setting filled with lovely flowers. I could have stayed there all day! Outside the...More
My first time visiting a butterfly conservation and it was amazing. Saw many beautiful butterflies while I am there and I actually have some in the palm of my hand. A friend of mine actually had five of them around his body. It was truly...More
My son and I visited the Mariposario in the afternoon when the butterfly were not active: the staff shook the trees to make them fly but they quickly returned to their naps. As we were leaving, the lady at the desk asked us if we...More
Went with group and really enjoyed the exhibit and talk about butterflies. Got to see several types in all stages of growth. Easy access to outside area which is enclosed. You can even feed the butterflies which is fun if one lands on your hand....More
Pure magic and utter beauty! You enter a world of the most spectacular butterflies many of whom will come and perch on your hand,
We learned a lot about butterflies but it was their magnificence that blew us away. THe gardens and plants are quite...More
The garden is inside and environmentally controlled so I am not sure that one month over another makes much difference. The butterfly garden is beautiful and very similar to other butterfly gardens I have visited in Texas... More
The garden is inside and environmentally controlled so I am not sure that one month over another makes much difference. The butterfly garden is beautiful and very similar to other butterfly gardens I have visited in Texas and Key West.