Birds of Eden is situated in the Western Cape, South Africa. It is the largest free flight aviary of the world and is one of the premier attractions of the Garden Route. A large dome measuring 2 hectares provide a free habitat for some 100 species of birds.
Birds include previously caged birds and endangered species. A wooden walkway, measuring 1.2 km, takes you through the majestic place where the chirps and the sounds of birds flying around freely create scenes straight out of heaven.
The sounds of thunder and cloudbursts are majestically emulated by the birds, sending waves of excitement through the visitor. The trip to the sanctuary is a part of the two-in-one trip to Monkeyland. The sanctuary also features 7 dams, a canopywalk, and a 200-seater amphitheater.
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