The tour lasts around 45 minutes. Depending on the tourist interest, the tour could be extended a little more.
The tour is outdoors. We try to maintain all the plants in a natural habitat by assimilating the forest where they are originally from, that way you can feel like you’re walking through a jungle filled with orchids.
Since our collection has more than 500 species of orchids you can be able to explore throughout the year an average of 120 plants in bloom per day. Our plants are divided in: A great collection of miniature orchids that are the most common in the cloud forest, including the smallest orchid in the world. Some natural bigger species found in the transition forest between humid and tropical humid. Hybrids and introduced orchids. This is to understand and witness the differences between a natural grown orchid and orchids made by cross-pollination in labs.
We give a brief explanation of: Where and how we collected our orchids The main characteristics of the orchids that make them unique. Different methods of pollination.
We also offer basic tips, for people who have orchids in their houses. And also, how to control plagues in the garden using natural methods.