Around 150 species enjoy spacious 8m (26ft) enclosures in this heavily wooded, five-hectare (12-acre) park, all thoughtfully designed by naturalists and owners Dennis and Anna Croukamp. It's a lovely stroll, and photographers will find ample opportunity for the perfect shot.
Other denizens from around Brazil include caimans, anacondas, boa constrictors, marmosets and scores of gorgeous butterflies. Other biomes, such as the African savannah and Australian outback, are also displayed, housing ostriches and curassows, and other exotics.
Photo courtesy of Jorge Andrade via Wikimedia Commons
Tours & Tickets
Calling all bird enthusiasts! Hop on a half-day tour to the Iguassu Falls bird park, 12 acres of subtropical forest filled with numerous species of birds. ... Read more
Location: Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
Duration: 4 hours (approx.)