We really enjoyed our visit to this place! It was reasonably priced, the butterfly garden was really cool and the little hike afterwards was enough of a challenge for beginners, but still not taxing. Our favorite part was all the guava trees at the end. Even though they are off the trail, the people who worked there said we were allowed to pick the fruit from the tree, and we definitely had a lot of fun visiting each tree to see if there were any. All in all, we were pleasantly surprised by this quaint attraction.
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