In Dubai Desert safaris, city tours and shopping malls are basic attractions at the emirate of Dubai --however, if you are looking for an activity that is a little more on the calm side, then you must go for Dubai butterfly garden tour, where you could enjoy the peaceful indoor environment of various species of butterfly blipping around you
The largest covered park of its kind in the world, Dubai Butterfly Garden is a recreational center which has 10 custom domes housing around 15,000 butterflies from more than 50 categories. The domes are climate-controlled, which provides the butterflies a comfortable surroundings to fly. Located alongside Dubai Miracle Garden just off Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road, the butterfly garden can accommodate around 300 individuals. Moreover, the region also offers a butterfly museum and a lush garden full of a variety of exotic plants and flowers with the package of Dubai butterfly garden ticket offers. Other attractions like birds, fountains and a fish pond also increase the park's popularity.
While the domes in the middle of the butterfly park would be the stars of this series, in addition, there are other perks that make any trip to Dubai Butterfly Garden enjoyable, especially for families with kids. Here is a general breakdown of attractions at Dubai Butterfly Garden. Beaded curtains indicate the entrance to the domes, which can be stored at a comfortable 24°C and are abundant with flowers and plants. Every route is lined with vibrant foliage whilst trailing ivy hanging from the ceiling completes the natural look.
Go further in and get prepared to be greeted by a frenzy of fluttering butterflies -- chasing each other round the dome, flying high over the ceiling or perched on feeding stations like hanging holes of nectar or fruit scattered through the space.
For a more immersive experience, we recommend sitting at the netted gazebos located in each dome and allowing the butterflies come to you --it's a great way to detect rare and beautiful species of butterfly and also prevents visitors from accidentally hurting or stepping on them.
Careful attempts have been made to make the steel structure replicate natural component. Recorded bird sounds are complemented by occasional chirps of real canaries, parakeets and budgies in cages sprinkled across distance. The domes are maintained bright and airy with plenty of natural light flowing in from the windows over while a miniature waterfall at the next dome increases the pure appearance.