Save 50% on an entry to Butterflies for Africa for up to six people

Value Discount You Save
R 94 50% R 47
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In a Nutshell

  • Save 50% on an entrance ticket and fruit juice each for up to six people
  • Hundreds of exotic and indigenous butterflies
  • Also features a Monkey House, Green Iguana and Stick Insect Enclosures
  • Lush, colourful and tropical enclosure

The Fine Print

  • Valid until 30 November 2012; Tuesday to Sunday only
  • Excludes 18 to 31 August 2012;  
  • Enquiries: 033 387 1356
  • One Groupon per person/group; additional as gifts
  • Subject to availability
  • Picture displayed is a representation
Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Though people tend to become a bit jittery when they flock and fly in formation, butterflies are one of nature’s most docile and beautiful creatures. Understand the passive and picturesque butterfly a bit better when you save 50% on a Butterflies for Africa entrance ticket and fruit juice each for up to six people.
 
  • Pay R47 for an entrance ticket and fruit juice each for two people, valued at R94
  • Pay R94 for an entrance ticket and fruit juice each for four people, valued at R188
  • Pay R141 for an entrance ticket and fruit juice each for six people, valued at R282
     
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A home for all things butterfly, Butterflies for Africa combines the best elements from top butterfly houses around the world, peppering them with some of their own unique features. Featuring a walk-through Butterfly House that forms the main attraction, the complex also houses a craft shop, art gallery, coffee bar, African Art and Craft centre, butterfly nursery and a butterfly garden which houses a large range of butterfly food plants.

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Guests are invited to traipse among the flapping of delicate wings as hundreds of indigenous and exotic butterflies flit freely through colourful plants in the Butterfly House. Described as an impressionist painting with sound effects, the lush and tropical House is both a prime tourist attraction for the region and a valuable educational tool and vital conservation asset. Also inside the Butterfly House are the Monkey House, Green Iguana and Stick Insect Enclosures. Whether you’re just looking for a more interesting way to spend the day or you’re an intrepid butterfly browser, enjoy a day strolling through Butterflies for Africa with a fruit juice to keep you cool in the tropical heat.

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