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Tropical Islands
Tropical-Islands-Allee 1
15910 Krausnick

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Expedition through the Rainforest

The Tropical Islands Rainforest covers an area of 10,000 m² and is home to around 50,000 plants of 600 different varieties – from traveller's palms to Bengal trumpets. Explore this unique natural treasure by following the kilometre-long trail into the heart of the Rainforest. Turtles and dragonfish bustle about the mangrove swamps. Tropical Islands is also home to flamingos, macaws and pheasants.

The Rainforest – a natural biotope

The Tropical Rainforest at Tropical Islands is a biotope in which the ecological balance is maintained by many microorganisms and insects. They are all desired inhabitants of the forest and make their contribution by loosening the soil and performing other useful tasks. Please take this into consideration if you come across the odd inhabitant outside its usual habitat.

The Pycnoscelus surinamensis, also known as the Surinam cockroach or greenhouse cockroach, prefers to live in warm, moist soils. We need our cockroaches and beetles, which are neither harmful nor dangerous, for ecological reasons. They help to turn leaves lying on the ground in the planting beds into humus. Their numbers are also kept under control. The golden pheasants and Chinese painted quails, peacocks and geckos that move around freely in our Tropical Rainforest also help to preserve the natural balance. You are sure to encounter them on your tour of discovery. Nevertheless, they are wild animals and should not be touched or fed.

Kupu Kupu: The Butterfly House

In a 42-square-metre enclosure in the middle of the Rainforest, around 15 butterflies have found a new home. The name “Kupu Kupu” comes from the Indonesian language and means “butterfly”.

The exotic species of butterfly housed there, including great Mormons, common Mormons, clippers and green-coloured Papilio palinarus (also known as emerald swallowtails), come from Southeast Asia and are not native to our latitudes. Tropical Islands offers perfect conditions for their welfare and for close-up observation of their fascinating developmental cycle - from caterpillar to chrysalis to beautiful, multi-coloured adult specimens.

The tropical paradise

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Tropical Islands

White sandy beaches, crystal clear water and cool drinks under the palm trees. A trip to Tropical Islands means warm weather, excitement and adventure in a tropical atmosphere. Relax by the Tropical Sea with its fine sandy beach. Explore the Rainforest or visit the enormous Tropical Sauna & Spa. There's special attractions for the kids, great accommodation and much more on offer at Tropical Islands.

Further Information for your Visit

Tropical Islands as an employer - Follow the call of the tropics

  • EXTRAS: Discounts
  • TASTY: Meals at the staff restaurant
  • FLEXIBLE: Working hours, training schemes and continuing education
  • FOR FREE: Shuttle bus within the resort; work clothes
  • HEALTHY: Fitness club
  • DAILY: Tropical Sea and palm-fringed sandy beach …
  • FUN: Regular staff events like Christmas parties and so on