Places to see the most beautiful butterflies in the world

We’ve already talked about butterflies, and how beautiful they are. Even people who hate insects, and think they are ugly or scary, find butterflies magical and wonderful. There are some places in the world where you can find the most beautiful examples of butterflies, so we will give you some, in case you want to visit them and see for yourself.

Canada – One of the most popular tourist sites in British Columbia, Canada is the Victoria Butterfly Gardens.
Here you can find over 75 species of butterflies and over 4000 specimens living in a tropical jungle climate.

If you decide to visit this amazing place, you will get to see the species like Helicon Family or Owl Butterflies and many others.
If you live in the United States, you can go to New York, because Manhattan hosts the only indoor butterfly garden in upstate New York.

Here you can find about 800 native and colored tropical butterflies. Nearby you can enter a greenhouse with beautiful and exotic plants that offer butterflies plenty of nectar to feed on.
If you live in Europe, you can see the most beautiful butterflies in Romania. Situated in Odorheiu Secuiesc city, you will find around ten species of butterflies imported from the Atlas Mountains in Africa and South American rainforests.

Butterflies here live in brilliant conditions, because they give them all the time tropical fruit, host plants and honey-filled pots, just to make sure that these magnificent creatures are always well fed.

 

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