In its twentieth anniversary, Pirámides de Güímar inaugurates the Tropicarium, the first botanical project developed at the park since it officially became a Botanical Garden in 2017.
In the Tropicarium, created in collaboration with the University of La Laguna, you can observe some of the life strategies used by orchids and carnivorous (insectivorous) plants to survive in tropical climate conditions, with constant temperatures and high humidity levels.
You will also discover why these two types of plants attracted the attention of Charles Darwin.
This new exhibition shows us these fascinating plants in a way never before seen in the Canaries, integrated in a landscape of volcanic rocks, immersed in a true tropical climate and paying tribute to the great British naturalist.
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