Nature at its best. Unspoilt. Could even be the real Garden of Eden. Apt name. Indigenous forest in harmony with the Divine Creator.
The walkways were wonderful . People in Wheelchairs can also use it. The trees are marked and the views in the forest is great.
We took a one-hour walk in the garden of eden. Paths are well maintained. Nice piece of nature on your way!
when we reached there, we came to know that its the largest aviary in the world.The variety of birds is simply astounding, and they are extremely 'friendly', if you are a little patient. A parrot came and sat on my shoulder for about 20 mins, and another on my wife's! amazing experience. Don't miss it!
Please do not be mislead by my title - there is nothing instant about this walk! Trees are hundreds of years old and ferns massive. All I meant was that this is a wonderful and quick option for those who do not have a lot of time to take a day hike into the forest. Or those like us, who... More
Some folks apparently object that Garden of Eden has non-native birds, but it is cool to see them all in one place. From the road, it looks terrifying, because the netting looks claustrophobic, but once inside you see that they have tented a ravine, so the feel is vast.
We so much enjoyed this visit. The aviary is enormous - they tell you it's the biggest in the world and you don't get the sense of it until you are there. The birds are literally all around you but in their natural habitat. They have tables of food out so you can stand by the table and watch the... More
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