Explore the largest Rainforest in captivity with your very own expert guide on this fascinating tour for two
This brilliant private tour allows you to discover how Rainforests keep us alive and how to help conserve them whilst exploring the largest Rainforest in captivity with an expert guide. You'll see a small holding which grows cocoa to make chocolate, have the exclusive opportunity to compare the Malaysian back garden to your own and you'll even see a huge trading ship. Afterwards you can make the most of day access to the Eden Project, so this is sure to be an experience to remember!
Upon arrival you will be met in the visitor centre by an experienced guide who will then take you on a 90 minute private tour of the Rainforest biome. As you explore this authentic biome you'll be able to see the Rainforest Lookout, the Rainforest Balloon, mangrove swamps, a waterfall, rubber trees, bananas, cocoas, chocolate and countless tropical plants. The experience also includes day admission to the Eden Project.
Set in rural Cornwall, this fascinating and unique attraction is home to awe-inspiring gardens, cutting edge architecture, a giant rainforest and some of the largest conservatories in the world! You’ll be able to see beautiful forests, crashing waterfalls and a stunning variety of plants and flowers – all set in huge Biomes designed to replicate the climates of South East Asia, West Africa, tropical South America and the Mediterranean. You’ll also find plenty of culture during your visit to The Eden Project, with a number of artistic pieces nestling amongst the greenery.
This experience is available at Cornwall:
Cornwall (South West) - Bodelva
This voucher is valid for 9 months for two people. Tours will be available 4 times per week. Please note that from Monday 5th November 2012 to Friday 1st March 2013, private tours will run from Friday to Monday only. Children must always be accompanied on site by a paying adult. This experience includes a private tour of the Rainforest biome and entrance to the Eden Project. All visits must be booked in advance with a minimum of two weeks notice. The Eden Project makes every effort to maintain and provide its visitors with accurate information; all such information is subject to change, sometimes at short notice. The Eden Project will endeavour to give notice to any changes particularly to pre-booked visits where full contact details have been provided. If the Eden Project is hosting an event of any sort on the day you wish to visit, access may be restricted. The Eden Project accepts no liability for changes to site opening times, site restrictions or site closures. This is a 90 minute private walking tour - on tours of the Rainforest you will experience heat and humidity, if you have concerns regarding any disability or illness you must discuss this with the Project before booking. All dates are subject to availability.