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Reviewed 2 June 2021

We have visited as a family ( 3 adults, 2 kids of 3 and 7 years) this valley mid may this year.
It was absolutely unique experience.
Mid of an hot Island; a picturesque forest, hilly environment ; with woodeen paths, woodeen bridges , small creeks , banks to sit on , and nicely chilli.
We thought we were somewhere in mountains.
Absolutely great, and you do not need any butterflies :)

Knowing that, next time , we will plan much more time to relax there !!!!!

Date of experience: May 2021
Thank Pawelino
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Reviewed 6 January 2021

Friendly staff, amazing colours, I love butterflies and was not disappointed, nice to walk around and views were good

Date of experience: September 2020
Thank melandpault
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Reviewed 12 November 2020

This was a morning organised tour through our hotel. The valley was approximately 40 minutes drive from our Hotel and the mini bus was full so no social distancing, we had to wear a mask. When we were dropped off in the car park it was unclear as to where to go but a short walk through the wooded area at the top of the car park revealed the entrance.
If you are expecting tonnes of butterflies and all different species then this trip is not for you. There is only one species and when they are not flying they are well camouflaged against the tree bark or rock but we saw a some large groups rising up from trees and the water but they are very hard to photograph.
The walk through the woods is pretty hard going in places (uphill) and people were not very spatially aware walking very close in some cases especially when crossing bridges etc. There is a very welcome café area at the top of the valley which served iced coffee and cold drinks.
You can then carry on up out of the valley to the Monastery which very picturesque in its own right had some glorious views down to the sea - amazing. You then have to walk all the way down back into the valley lol and can then go further into the valley but to be fair that side is okay but not as amazing as going up. There is a gift shop and food bar serving drinks etc when you reach the entrance. I would recommend this trip

Date of experience: September 2020
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Reviewed 6 November 2020 via mobile

As you drive up to the valley there are 3 different car parks. Each provides access to the valley so don’t worry if the first is full. They also have people showing you where to park. We went to the middle car park where there were toilets and a restaurant. We walked up the valley and soon came across the moths that were everywhere especially on the trees and rocks. There were also fresh water crabs and the narrow wooded valley with a stream running through with waterfalls and bridges is very pretty. It’s a great way to spend a couple of hours.

Date of experience: August 2020
Thank 149stuartc
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Reviewed 29 October 2020

We knew before we arrived that the chance of seeing butterflies was slim, as wrong time of the year. We still had a lovely walk and saw some lovely waterfalls along the way ,it is steep in places with lots of stairs can image it’s slippery when wet, no shelter along the way if it decides to rain. Lucky not busy cause of the time of year so Covid social distancing wasn’t really a problem .

Date of experience: October 2020
Thank mary h
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