Archive for May, 2013

Envisioning past, present and future: Zen Garden of Kyoto

Monday, May 6th, 2013

Travel Japan, travel destinationZen Garden of Kyoto is an outstanding piece of creation. The unique philosophical concept of garden has been created with a stylized landscaped. This has been done with a composed planning of rocks, moss, water features, gravel, pruned trees and similar natural things to create an outstanding garden. Sand has been used to create the effect of natural water ripples. These gardens are basically dry, therefore also known as “dry gardens”. The plants here do not need much sunlight or water for growth.

The garden gives a different view from every spot. The serene atmosphere and scenery is a great way of relaxing yourself. On your visit here, you can even meditate and concentrate on the concepts of Buddhism or any other religion. This garden has been made with the essence of nature, but not to imitate it completely. Make sure to visit this garden at Kyoto, Japan and feel the tranquility of this charming place.

Iguazu Falls: a trip you’ll never regret

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

Iguazu Falls, travel ArgentinaThe Iguazu Falls in Argentina are simply breathtaking. The UNESCO world heritage park surrounding this beautiful 82 metre high falls at an elevation of 195 metres is full of flora. It can be just adored on for an hour looking in to the falling waters along with the peaceful backdrop of the scenery is very appealing to any nature lover of the world. The place best to view it from is Garganta del Diabolo. Along with the falls are various tourist resorts and spas in the near vicinity. After enjoying a majestic time at resorts one just has to walk over to the park and the falls that opens up at 8:30 am.

After the upper circuit is well covered get down to the more crowded lower circuit and enjoy the view. Later you can also take a boat ride to the falls but avoid consuming any water that sprays on around you.