Great place to visit! Kids loved spotting birds and duiker in the indigenous setting. Can be a little nippy in the winter so bring a puffer jacket just in case.
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Vast array of different birds. It was one of those torrential days when the rain just doesn't stop!! Lots of cover under the trees and lot of vantage points to view the birds. Nice clean café too. Close to jukani and monkeyland so don't miss...More
We were visiting Monkeyland and added this on since they were so close. Pretty glad we did. It was interesting seeing all the different birds. The most interesting ones for us were the bats. If you have some extra time I would defiantly to this....More
This was the second visit I had made to this place. I seemed that there were fewer birds than on my previous visit, but I might be wrong. It was a cloudy day. I was so enchanted when I could sit down and take a...More
A lovely experience. I am not in favour of birds in cages or any kind of captivity, but these birds are in a really, really enormous aviary and they seem quite happy. You walk along a boardwalk through forests and past ponds and waterfalls. According...More
It was nice to walk through the park with many birds flying around. Saw many different beautiful species however there have been neither explanation nor guiding anywhere :( Pretty short time you need to spend to go through if you are no bird enthusiast.
This was a return trip to the Birds of Eden. We first went when the birds were still used to human company, they are mainly rescue birds. The birds, especially the parrots, cockatoo etc would beg to be touched, which you were told not to...More
We came late in the afternoon as part of a combo ticket and were still pleasantly surprised at the tranquility and variety of birds that we saw. It was a relatively easy walk through the aviary and it was just really pleasant to see mother...More