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One of Europe's oldest collections of bamboo resides at , a private botanical garden with 300 species of bamboo trees. The most important collection dates back to 1856. During your visit, you also can explore a variety of other Asiatic trees and shrubs, sequoia, gingko biloba, elaborate water canals, and a full replica of a Laotian village. Before you head to Anduze, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Anduze family vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Anduze has to offer, including La Bambouseraie en Cevennes.
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Le parcours se fait très bien en poussette et toute la famille peut profiter du parc et de sa fraicheur. Un espace ludique pour les petits et les grands, des bornes sonores pour en savoir plus et un e... more »The course is done very well in the stroller and the whole family can enjoy the Park and its freshness. A play area for kids and adults, sound for more terminals and a nice shop.
Während unseres Besuchs war es sehr warm, so um die 38 Grad. Der Vorteil ist, dass es wegen des hohen Bambus und der vielen Bäume genügend Schatten gibt, der Nachteil, dass man die Schönheit des Garte... more »During our visit, it was very warm, so around 38 degrees. The advantage is that because of the high bamboo and many trees enough shadow the drawback is that you can not really enjoy the beauty of the garden there. In the garden there are no restaurant or stalls for sale of beverages - or we just didn't find it. Outside, there are enough restaurants, you can frequent without a ticket (if you lay a hold with the train, for example). Tip: In the Park at the "Ferme", there is a water dispenser, which leads fresh tap water at low altitude - possibly it was thought out for our four-legged friends. During our visit, a long queue formed at least with visitors who filled up the water bottles. The water was cool and clean. The garden itself is beautiful, because of the ubiquitous barriers you will feel but like in prison. It has a plant Zoo, where all the exhibits are strictly enclosed. It is neither intended nor possible to relax on one of the many meadows. Seating areas are rare. You encounter on a walk more often "Talking tables": pressing the button in the desired language (German also is), so a very well-crafted explanation sounds from a hidden speaker. Not too many in other languages people nearby, which replaced the offered leadership quite well. One learns much about bamboo, its origin, varieties, etc. otherwise a playground not much offered, some greenhouses, two or three bamboo art, a maze. If you want action or entertainment, is wrong. Bottom line: A beautiful landscaped garden, no more, no less. Quite the stop value, if you anyway with the steam train, turn over.
En plein pays Gardois, une plongée dans les forêts laotiennes ou dans les jardins japonnais. Dépaysement faranti pour une somme relativement raisonnable. A voir absolument si vous êtes de passage dans... more »In full country Gard, a dive in the Lao forests or in the Japanese Gardens. Change of scenery for a relatively reasonable amount faranti. A must see if you are passing in the region
William St MARTIN
I couldn't believe such a place existed. It feels like you were transported straight to Asia, it's huge, beautiful and peaceful. Highly recommend it but get there early as it gets very busy past 2pm.
This is rightfully famous not just for the bamboo enthusiast, although it is a must for those, but just for the shere beauty of it. Do check opening times before setting off and allow at least an hour and a half to visit and a lot longer if you are an enthusiast.
Nice place to visit to rest a bit from the hot wether and see stunning bamboo and gardens. Well done and maintained
What a fantastic place, I could wander around here every day, peaceful and just lovely.
Great place to hangout. Bit expensive, but you get to see all the varieties of bamboo plantation from entire world.
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