Well signposted off the main road just outside Cahuita it's easy to get to by car. Less easy by bus or walking (45 min walk from Cahuita). Nevertheless when you arrive its well worth the effort. Basically a botanical garden (with an attached business exporting tropical plants) it also houses rescued wildlife. It takes around an hour to leisurely stroll around.
Staff/owner very friendly. Been open since April 2010 and still developing. Not many visitors when we were there but it was the end of the season and they were about to close up for May/June. The plants are well-laid out and have informative sign boards. They also have tasty samples for those brave enough to try magic berries!
The wildlife consists of capuchins, a sloth, a butterfly house, a bird enclosure, coatis, turtles, fish, a kinkachu, deer and various other small mammals. All apart from the butterflies are rescued/orphans, etc and all are well cared for in good-sized enclosures. Information is given in English and Spanish. The Capuchins in particular have an island enclosure with plenty of space. The sloth has a cage but also has a 'perch' at the entrance so visitors can see close-up (note that Aviarios Del Caribe sloth sanctuary is just down the road and if its sloths you want to see then that is the place to go). Overall well worth the effort.
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