The Bird Gardens of Naples is located in the green space of Corkscrew Swamp with a variety of flora, fauna, bees, and butterflies. You will have the opportunity to see, learn, and interact with 100+ birds from origins around the world. If weather allows, groups can enter our large macaw aviary with opportunities to take photos and hold birds.Make Bird Gardens of Naples a part of your Naples vacation plans using our Naples itinerary builder app.
Our guided tours last approximately two hours with two miles of walking trails. Please wear comfortable shoes and don't forget your sunscreen and bug spray. Feel free to bring unsalted nuts to feed the birds, however, no peanuts as they cause disease in birds. For safety purposes, please stay on the trail and with your tour guide at all times. If you need to leave early, please advise your tour guide.
All guided tours begin promptly 15 minutes after the scheduled time. Our gates open 15 minutes before tours and close 15 minutes after, allowing a 30-minute window for all visitors to arrive. Once the gate closes and the tour begins, late visitors will not be allowed in. Please check our address prior to your scheduled tour to ensure enough time for travel.
We do not charge a fee for our educational tours, but donations are greatly appreciated and go along way to help keep the birds happy and healthy.
Visit birdgardensofnaples.org to schedule your tour.
Bird Gardens of Naples reviews
A hidden gem. Had such a fun time visiting Bird Gardens of Naples. Bring unsalted nuts (no peanuts) to feed the well cared for parrots. No fee to enter but I suggest leaving a generous donation as... more »
My husband and I came here as part of a weekend Naples trip. It was definitely the BEST part of our trip. Truly an interactive experience with the ability to hold and feed many different parrots. The.... more »
The Bird Gardens of Naples is a wonderful place to visit. Very friendly staff that give a clear and informative visit. Many Macaws, Cockatoos and other birds to visit. Bring unsalted nuts and berries or grapes. The Macaws seem to like unsalted almonds and the Cockatoos seem to like unsalted walnuts. The Purple Hyacinths like both but the one you meet at the front seems to favor almonds. A wonderful visit. This Bird Gardens could be so much more.
This place was awesome. It's all volunteer, donation run, and the tour is 2 hours! You get to interact with birds, hear about various species, and enjoy a nice walk in nature. Make sure to bring salt free nuts (no peanuts - - they are legumes!) to feed the birds.
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