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Birds of Eden is part of the South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance (SAASA). Birds of Eden is the largest single-dome free flight aviary in the world, spanning 2.3 hectares of natural forests, streams and dams. With over a kilometre of walkways...more
Hours Today: 08:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Monkeyland Road, The Crags, Plettenberg Bay 6602, South Africa
This was our second visit to the Birds of Eden. The boys really enjoyed it, although as they are a little young they got tired by the end but really enjoyed it! There are so many varieties of birds in the inclosure that you see...More
We spent a wonderful morning exploring birds of eden, an unexpected rainforest in the middle of Plettenberg Bay!
There is a wonderful array of birdlife, and also a small population of duikers that my children were very excited to see.
The whole centre was well...More
It was like entering Jurassic Park, a 2 hr walk amongst some of the most beautiful birds.
Our daughter 4.5years loved every moment. Feeding time is entertaining as the birds descend onto the feeding areas and you see them up close.
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We really liked this open aviary located between Knysna and Port Elizabeth. It was just one of those places we dropped by since we had lot of time to visit and had been suggested by our Airbnb owner. There were multi-level paths between a foresty...More
It’s hard to explain how breathtaking it is to move freely below a dome you cannot see above you and around and over a seemingly endlessly deep gorge of indigenous forest. All around and under and above you, there are flashes of bright colour and...More
A huge aviary giving vast flying space for thousands of previously caged or captive birds. Brilliantly conceived and worth every cent. Allow about 1.5 hours to enjoy it. Buy the combined ticket for here and the other two sanctuaries monkeys and big cats and get...More
Spent more than an hour observing many beautiful bird species.You feel immersed in their world. However the parc seems huge and all the birds are not visible. Be prepared to spend 2 to Johannesburg3 hours to enjoy your visit fully.
Walk through enclosure with amazing birds. Parrots circling in the canopy. Blood red scarlet ibis dotting the trees and cheeky flamingos displaying for your cameras. Loads of other awesome little colourful and exotic birds up close too
You can go through again on the same day using the same ticket. We went early in the morning and stayed for about 2 hours, went hiking at Robberg Peninsula and then returned and spent another couple of hours until closing... More
You can go through again on the same day using the same ticket. We went early in the morning and stayed for about 2 hours, went hiking at Robberg Peninsula and then returned and spent another couple of hours until closing. LOVED this place! Combined with Monkeyland, the ticket price seemed very fair.