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What a wonderful place, with an exceptional guide who told us all about the butterfly stages in detail. The highlight for me though was actually the beautiful night monkey at the sanctuary - I could have cuddled her all day!
We visit the butterfly gardens every time we are in Roatan. Jose is passionate about the butterflies and always gives us a very fun and informative tour. The place is small but its worth a visit. We love the Kinkajou and the agouti there.
This place is a nice alternative to a zoo. The animals live in their natural habitat, but people are also safe. The butterfly exhibit is amazing!! The staff is very knowledgeable on every animal. Would visit again!
We just booked for the butterfly farm, however, we did not realise there were white faced monkeys, spider mo keys etc there. White faced monkeys were very friendly, not caged at all. Decided to sit on your head and wrap tails round ones neck. Also...More
This was another highlight of our excursion!! Lots of animals, birds flora and fauna. Great tour guide. Monkeys running loose were adorable and harmless.We got to hold a Macaw. Learned a lot about butterflies as well!!
Due to the rainy weather (well we were in a rain forest), we didn't see all that many butterflys.But they also had monkeys and parrots which were free to roam and sit on your arm or head !, which was fun. The highlight for me...More
The Butterfly Farm was difficult to find with very few signs. Once I arrived I was amazed at the size and colors of the butterflies. There are double doors so they don't escape of course. You can stay as long as you like. In the...More
This was soooo worth the $10 per person it cost to get in! Way better than the iguana place. We were met by a very knowledgeable guide, Jose, who walked us through the park, giving interesting and relevant facts about each critter we saw. We...More