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We turned up having read the reviews on trip advisor and were immediately impressed when we met Dianne. She was very informative of the birds and the Mayan culture and we were off to a great start.
Unfortunately after the video we were passed on...More
This reserve is totally worth visiting. Even in August when there’s not a lot of orchids in bloom I enjoyed every minute. Seeing tiny little orchids that I never knew existed was really interesting me beautiful! The staff is lovely, knowledgeable and welcoming. Highly recommend...More
I would recommend you do your research and find out the best time to visit and to see the orchids. We went and only the tiny ones were flowering and not all of them, although we did get to see the Monja Blanca.
We spent some hours here and I thought that my kids were bored, but no, they really love the place. They could use a Magnifying glass for the first time and love to see the orquideas (kind of a plant ). Is wasn't hard and...More
A terriffic tour, very informative and interesting with countless different orchids. We even sampled a stevia leaf among the display of culinary and medicinal plants. A treat for the senses, the tour was well planned and well executed.
You know the guy on vacation getting dragged around by his wife to look at things of amazing historical significance, and places that never seem to sell beer--that was me. Still, this place was worth the trip. Bring your wife--she with thank you.
This was not my first visit, but the place has changed and improved over the years. In the previous days the orchid collection was in a greenhouse. Now the flowers are in a more natural environment, and placed along paved walkways. The well trained guides...More
I didn't know a thing about orchids, but I learned a ton on this trip. I'll forget it all in a few days, but there was a ton of random and interesting things to absorb. One of the guys even has an orchid named after...More