Kula Eco Park is much more than an excursion for kids. Of course it is funny to take pictures with some reptiles on one's chest, to see these beautiful parrots or to touch the turtles. One could see this in many other places in the world. However, to see these bats in a cage, that's really something. Bats are a symbol of Fiji, forever remembrances. Every evening, they come back, very large, really impressive. Watch this video or others http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHisuq_elZQ. They will fight for a mango or a papaya.
Furthermore, you will see in the too small exhibition at the entrance a large sample of those things one could buy on nearly every fish market for shells or souvenir shops for butterflies or other species that are forbidden to export. As controls at the boarders are very heavy, you'd better watch out. There is a small tropical forest and the real interest is the exceptional collection of plants one could see there. They also present an exhaustive collection of Fijian ferns. There is a lot of orchids and other flowers, without speaking about the insects flying around you. For those who are interested in botanics, it takes more than one visit to see and film everything. The minuses are that the entry fees are a bit too expensive and that is is better not to expect any answer to your question from the personnel. They even don't know when the orchids are blooming. There is a real lack of scientifical approach. In such an exceptional biotope, it is a real pitty.
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