Attractions

at Butterfly World Zoo
The Road Kill Skeleton Park
Interactive sessions with school groups
Craft centre
Daily animal shows during the school holidays.
Restaurant options: Tea Garden, Picnic Deli, Family Restaurant

Walk into the lush tropical gardens at Butterfly World Zoo and be greeted by the sound of running water, birdsong and free flying butterflies, while taking care not to step on the green tree iguana lying on the path. Visitors soon realise that this is not only a butterfly park, but indeed a sanctuary for exotic animals, a bird sanctuary, a place where reptiles gets the highly specialised care they should and a whole lot more. This interactive animal attraction is the perfect family outing close to Cape Town. It is also ideal for educational school group outings, home schooler activities, photography opportunities, an outing during school holidays when we have our daily animal shows, etc.

All the creatures, bar the butterflies, have been donated by owners or environmental and conservation authorities.

Not being able to return to their natural habitat where they belong, the animals will live out their days here in our tropical garden providing the best possible environment for them.

Our message, therefore, is simple: Appreciate, Don’t keep.

OPENING TIMES

9 am – 5pm
Monday to Sunday

Last ticket sold at 16:30
Open all public holidays except 25 December

Please watch our Facebook page for unexpected closures due to extreme weather.

ENTRANCE FEE

Adult:​         R 80
Child:         R 45
Student:     R 72
Pensioner: R 72
Family (2 adults & 2 children): R204

Discount for groups (Conditions apply)
Children under 3 enter free

YEAR ENTRY TICKETS

VALID FOR 12 MONTHS FROM DATE OF PURCHASE

Multiple entries
Not transferable to third party

Adult:​       R160
Child:       R90
Student:    R148
Pensioner: R148
Family (2 adults & 2 children): R408

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