I spent a really interesting hour here and walked around a few times, seeing more butterflies each time. I found my guide, the owner, very interesting but not at all pushy and he happily explained anything I asked but also left me to wander on my own as I wanted. I particularly enjoyed the emerging butterflies and although normally only a point and press photographer, I was able to take some amazing shots. There was a bench at the far end and it was lovely to sit and listen to the sounds of Peru and the running water and it was here that I began to see more and more butterflies as my eyes became accustomed to the surroundings. I also leaned more about the leaf cutter ant colony in a few minutes conversation than I did visiting a much larger similar attraction earlier in the year. The birds, snails and stick insects were an added bonus and I found the young ladies in the cafe really friendly, chatty and helpful and the food was homemade and really enjoyable. The fact that I could come and go as I wanted was really good and whilst the actual tropical house could probably have done with a little attention, the important aspects were certainly not lacking. Having read some of the other, less complimentary reviews, sometimes I wonder if I have been to the same attraction - for me, this was really enjoyable place to go and although on a small scale, with a little patience, I was amazed at how much I saw. Thank you
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