Imagine this...creating a large-scale Botanical Garden with all of the various canopies of the Rainforest with animals, reptiles, fish, insects and Tropical parrots in one of the harshest environments on the planet.
We present...The Rainforest Gardens, the newest attraction to Western Siberia in Russia.
These Botanical gardens create an Oasis that provides a rich, overall experience that promotes relaxation, education and stimulation in addition to maintaining a healthy, interesting, and diverse collection of plant materials that enables visitors to experience new plants and enables opportunities for learning.
The extenal design is based on the Traditional Yaranga, the dome-shaped buildings of the Siberian Yupik Peoples.
Showcasing the best of horticulture, sustainability and architectural design, the Rainforest Gardens will be must-see destination for all of the family.
Journey across the world’s rainforest environments: Tropical Islands, Southeast Asia, West Africa and Tropical South America.
The most numerous of the Siberian Yupik peoples, the Chaplino Eskimos (Ungazigmit) had a round, dome-shaped building for winter called a Yaranga.
A Yaranga is a tent-like traditional mobile home of some nomadic
Northern indigenous peoples of Russia. It is a Yaranga is a cone-shaped or rounded reindeer-hide tent. It is built of a light wooden frame covered with reindeer skins or canvas sewn together.
The word yaranga comes from the Chukchi word for house.
In the Rainforest Gardens of Kogalym we propose to display and educate the regional population on these amazing parts of the planet, these are some of the few species that we will showcase.
There are numerous Plants to feature in the Rainforest Gardens in Kogalym. In the Rainforest Gardens the visitor can experience four of the world’s rainforest environments: Tropical Islands, Southeast Asia, West Africa and Tropical South America.
These areas will be climate controlled using the best digital irrigation systems and plant bed heating systems to simulate the exact environment of the rainforest.