AMAZING, PEACEFUL AND TRANQUIL...My sister, bro-in-law, husband and I visited in ARUBU on May 25, 2013. This is a very important day to us as it is the day that our 15 yr old daughter, Morgan-Shea, passed away from cancer (5-25-11). Butterflies hold a significant meaning to us. The day after she passed, I was sitting on my deck crying. All of a sudden, a butterfly flitted past me and continued for quite some time. Always flitting a little ways away but coming back and resting on my hand or about my head. This was a sign that our Morgan was sending to us...she would always be with us. We collect everything butterflies and to be able to visit this farm was amazing! Butterflies are so significant, we even built her a garden in which butterflies reside aplenty...In memory of Morgan-Shea Hayes

- Rodney and Julie Agnes

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  • A truly wondrous experience. Beautiful and fascinating. Excellent guide.

    - Jeff Abrams
  • Hi Tony Thank you for taking the time out of your very busy schedule to do an interview with me. I really appreciate it. I will send the audio if you would like to have it. J ... read more

    - Jeanne White
  • We visited in St. Martin on Tuesday Feb. 28, 2012 while cruising with Princess. We LOVED our trip to your beautiful butterfly farm! Thank you for sharing and teaching us about butt ... read more

    - Sandra Sells
  • We visited the butterfly farm on July 13,2016 and it was enchanting and remarkable. Peter, a handsome young man explained everything to us about the butterfly. We learned so much ... read more

    - CATHY COUGHANOUR
  • We too visited the farm on St Marten on 4/4/12. There were 6 of us visiting and you happened to tell us that Northern Virginia has 6 different varieties of Swallowtail and we had ... read more

    - Janis Theunissen
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