This 150-acre eco-park was formerly a sugar cane plantation established by the English in 1655. Now it is the home for one of the largest orchid collections of the Caribbean with over 15,000 varieties of plants. This delightful property also includes a bird sanctuary that holds bird watching tours and a picnic park. It is a place of beauty where you can experience the wonders of nature and tranquility.
Rainfall feeds into this natural spring, that rises on the property meanders through the exotic garden of lush vegetation. The verdant mountains, natural landscape are harmonious with nature to surround you with peace and quiet. The Crystal Springs Centre of Wellness is also located on the property which is an environmentally protected area of Portland.
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