My husband and I visited the butterfly farm this February 2013 and we had a marvelous time. Learned alot while we were there and look forward to getting information from your website on how to set up my garden to attract butterflies to lay their eggs. Thanks so much!
My husband & I are from New York and visited your Butterfly Farm in St Maarten last week (Feb 7, 2013) -- we found it absolutely fascinating! Thank you so much!
My daughter and I loved our visit to the Butterfly Farm while we were in St. Maarten. We look forward to starting our own butterfly garden. Thanks for the information and inspiration.
I'm from Canada and I visited your Butterfly farm in Aruba in January 2013. It was enjoyable and educational. Thank you and keep up the good work.
We got to visit the butterfly farm in St. Martin this January, it was so pretty and our guide Molly was fantastic. Made me wish for spring seeing all the beautiful flowers. I can't wait to see my own butterflies this summer. Just found out we have a butterfly exhibit right around the corner, I wil be sure to visit it as soon as it opens this year.
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
We had the pleasure of visiting your beautiful butterfly farm on Jan. 27th, 2013. What a beautiful peaceful place. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. Sitting on one of the benches, a blue morpho butterfly landed on my head. Thank you for having us. We will be back in Aruba soon and will definatly be visiting the butterfly farm again.
My first cruise was so exciting because I looked forward to visiting the Butterfly Farm. Our trip to visit to St Martin was all that my heart desired becaused of the BUTTERFLY FARM. The staff was so warm and inviting, they welcomed us as soon as our van arrived. Once inside the closed in net farm the butterfly's flying all around and liting on me was so strange and exciting. They were so friendly (butterfly's) flying around. All of the different kinds and wonderful colors on display, they were so loved and seemed to be so free. I am a minister's wife and the butterfly is our symbol. I recommend to all to visit the BUTTERFLY FARM in St Martin! I plan to go back and take some others with me.
Last week we were in Aruba off the Caribbean Princess and toured your farm. Our guide there, a young lady, was the best guide we have ever had on any "shore excursion" that we have gone on. Being from Michigan and having been to the Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids we have had experience with butterflies. Your farm was a great time and keep up the good work!
We enjoyed the farm very much. We intend to plant milkweed immediately, too. I was able to get a beautiful red butterfly on my finger and one landed on my husband's pants. It was an awesome adventure!
I would love to learn more about butterflys
I had never been to a butterfly farm and found it to be very interesting and knowledgeable. The butterflys were beautiful and we enjoyed it very much.
After 6 other visits to Aruba, we decided this time to go to The Butterfly Farm. What a delightful experience. We can't wait to go back on this same trip to watch the hatch in the morning hours! And what lovely pictures we captured. And the gift shop! You offer unique gifts and butterfly jewelry that I'd enjoy wearing.
My family and I went to the butterfly farm summer of 2012 and it was an amazing experience!!!! This is the perfect place to be for all ages! My 4 year old brother loved the cool, amazing butterflys, and so did my parents, my grandma, and myself. Butterflys can sit on your finger tips and honestly I've never been this close to a butterfly before, ever. I learned a GREAT deal of information and I think that it is a fun, and an educational way to spend a day in St. Maarten. I learned about different types of butterflys, why they are named what they're named, there life cycle from catterpillar to butterfly, and even where each butterfly lives. I personally think that this was the best experience yet! I loved it here and hoping I can come again someday soon!!!!!! <3 BUTTERFLYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My girlfriends and I visited the St. Martin butterfly farm from the Eastern USA at the end of June and saw so many beautiful butterflies. I quite enjoyed the informational tour, having learned things I never knew before about butterflies. I would go back again in a heartbeat, especially in the early hours when the butterflies are most active.
Our visit (or more accurately visits, as we went back four times!) to the Butterfly farm in Aruba was truly one of the highlights of our trip. It was so beautiful and peaceful. The staff was incredibly friendly and knowledgeable. It is a must see place for me now whenever we return to Aruba. We also brought a little piece of it home with us with the free milkweed seeds offered which are now planted in my garden. I can't wait to see the Monarchs begin to arrive!
We recently visited the Butterfly Farm in St. Martin...I loved it Willie was a great tour guide. I took lots of pictures, wished I could have stayed longer. Dolores
I had the wonder-fullest experience in my life looking at all the great butterflies. I loved it when the blue morpho's landed on me. The Butterfly Farm was my favorite part of my Aruba trip! I can't wait to go back!!!
We just returned from a cruise where we visited the Butterfly Farm in St. Maarten. It was well worth visiting. We saw a variety of beautiful butterflys and learned a great deal about them from our host. A must see if you get to St. Maarten.
We visited the butterfly farm in Aruba in May this year. We would just like to say thank you. We found the staff very friendly and knowledgeable and made the tour very enjoyable. They also were very enthused about their job which was great. So many beautiful butterfly's. So well done and thank-you again. Karen & Jon Swansea South Wales GB
I am from Trinidad and Tobago W.I. and visited the Butterfly farm in ARUBA on Saturday 9th. It was the most beautiful experience I have had. I enjoyed the guide, he knew his stuff. It was a wonderful experience. Thank you.
The butterfly farm was beautiful and the staff was very friendly!
Thank you! I had a great time and took a lot of great pictures.
My favorite thing to do is visit the butterfly farm. We visited the farm twice and love it. We highly recommend it to everyone, of all ages. The butterflies are beautiful and it's wonderful to experience them up close. Bring your camera. Thank you.
Is there anything more beautiful than a butterfly? Your gardens are amazing beyond words. Thank you so much for existing and educating!
Your Butterfly Farms in Aruba & St. Martin are so wonderful. We visited the Aruba farm twice during our visit. The tour guides are a wealth of knowledge. We were able to see a butt ... read more
Your butterfly farm was delightful and educational. Thank you for adding an inspiring purpose to our cruise excursion in St Martin.
My husband and I visited your farm on St. Martin in November 2011. What an extraordinary place! I almost fainted from the humidity, but that aside, it was one of the coolest thin ... read more
I got to visit the wonderful butterfly farm with the group that I was with and we had a wonderful time and watching the butterflies flutter around or sitting in the most unique pla ... read more
I really enjoyed the butterfly farm! It was pretty amazing seeing the butterfly cycle in real life. I learned the difference between chrysalis and a cacoon. I didn't even know that ... read more