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About Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Center
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One od our shore excursion options on our cruise was visiting this garden, and it was a highlight of the week. The staff was wonderful and a riot. Great senses of humor and informative as well as helpful. The peacocks and flamingos walking amongst us...More
Really neat experience to walk with flamingos and peacocks. Really neat zoo - I would recommend to bring water it’s very hot and humid. Marching with the flamingos was a cool experience for my 3 yr old daughter. Would recommend 10/10
A bit of a walk from the no 10 or 12 bus stop but doable. It's a 2 min taxi ride from there so recommend walking and save yourself some money. Great zoo if you can ignore the fact that all the animals are in...More
We had a fantastic time! I am obsessed with flamingos so this was a dream come true! My daughter and I were able to “dance” with the flamingos! We will definitely be back!!!!
A great show to watch the flamingos, and a small but cute zoo with plenty of caribbean animals to see. Kids enjoyed it.
GORGEOUS!!! A rare find! Amazing paths and nature gallore! So many beautiful ponds and bridges to walk over. The animals were great! Flamingo show was charming! They walk right up to you. The family that owns it are tremendous! Met the grandson (future owner) who...More
This place is really alright to see some animals to see and loose flamingos to that walk around. The place is not that big and the admission is a little expensive but then again I guess its for a good cause to help them maintain...More
We are a middle aged couple, I did my research so we only planned on spending 1 hour here and that worked out well. We did the 3:30 lory parrot feeding where you get to enter their cage and feed them apples (which I loved)...More
Nice local zoo. The parrots and especially the flamingos are well worth the visit. The paths meander throughout the zoo - I would have found it useful to have had a map of the exhibits and the paths, as I found myself covering the same...More