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Magical and adventurous

A free forest to explore where fairies are hidden in the natural volcanic cracks in the rocks... read more

Reviewed 29 March 2018
Derek R
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Reviewed 29 March 2018

A free forest to explore where fairies are hidden in the natural volcanic cracks in the rocks. These cracks in the rocks create safe tunnels to explore with fairy dust sparkling from the rock surface. Adults and children will find the adventure below ground level...More

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susie123069
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There is a fairy signposted trail which gives the children a build up to the excitement, with some things to look out for on the way. Or You can easily follow worn paths & keep a lookout on the left as you leave the car... More
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