I have travelled all over the world and this is one of the most extraordinary places I have been to. What makes it unique is the diversity of flora, fauna, rich history, nature paths, activities you can do. There is something for everyone of every age group. I did the boat trip - which was too short and not as good as other boats trips I have done in the area - and two adventures - south/north plantation tours in jeep like vehicles (with seat belts). While there are no buildings left of the plantation era, you get so much information from the tour guides that you can recreate it in your mind. I can't enough about the quality of service/guides at this garden. I also visited the sculpture garden - you have to be there to appreciate its beauty and rarety; a nature trail which leads to the zoo (all rescued animals). Everything is so well thought out. You can drive around and park at some of the sites around the gardens which is real handy when it gets real hot. There are designated picnic areas and until sometime in August, the gardens are open on Weds/Thurs/Fri evenings until 9pm with activities/music/boat tours. I only got to scratch the surface...yet I leave with so much more knowledge and appreciation for the history of this area.
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