The world’s largest free flight aviary and bird sanctuary is  known as ‘Birds of Eden’ which is situated near Plettenberg Bay in the Western Cape, South Africa.

This is one of the world’s largest free-flight aviaries with a 200-sq-m dome over the forest. The sanctuary has its own mysterious ruin, which incorporates a walk-behind waterfall. In addition to this, there’s an amphitheatre, which can accommodate seats for over 200 visitors.

The reason why this Sanctuary was created was because of the need to develop a safe environment,  in which to release a large collection of free-flight African birds, miniature monkeys and the sanctuary also enables bird owners to apply to release their pet birds into the sanctuary, after undergoing rehabilitation.

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