The other reviews are right, this place is past it's prime as a tourist attraction, but that's mainly because the family makes money off the things they grow rather than depend on tourism. It's still a nice walk in the jungle with a lot of different varieties of fruits and flowers, depending on what's in season. The best time to go is from April to June, and you can sample fresh mountain apples, lychee, strawberry guava, and pick a wide variety of fragrant flowers. Our guide was the daughter in law of the Senator, and she was very friendly and you could tell the passion and love she had for the area. There is no longer a sign on the highway telling you where to turn, and apparently they like it that way. We were the only ones there, but they were very accommodating. The tours start at 10:30, and are $12.50 for locals. $14.50 for tourists. Kids 5 and under are free. There are no concessions, but there are restrooms.
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