India just got its initial forest healing centre, that was opened to the general public on Sunday at Kalika close to Ranikhet, Uttarakhand. The healing centre relies on the idea of making folks healthy by delivery them near to nature. The centre options signboards at the doorway to advise guests to hug trees, to run … Continue reading The first forest healing center – a Japanese idea – opens in the Indian Himalayas in Uttarakhand
In the Mountains of Vrancea, approximately 37 kilometres from Focsani, on the Milcov River course, in an area including localities with resonant names (Mera, Reghiu, Tulnici), but unpopulated, a few tens of thousands Romanian and foreign tourists go to the centre of Andreiasu de Jos Commune, where, right under the lower limit of a very … Continue reading DESTINATION: ROMANIA: ‘The Living Fire’ of Andreiasu de Jos, Vrancea County’s wonder of nature
Caño Cristales (English: Crystal Channel) is a Colombian river located in the Serrania de la Macarena province of Meta, and is a tributary of the Guayabero River. The river is commonly called the "River of Five Colors" or the "Liquid Rainbow," and is noted for its striking colors. Over the years some have said the … Continue reading Caño Cristales River in Colombia – “the river of five colors”
Renting a car with a driver is one of the easiest things you can do in Bali and, given how chaotic the traffic is in some areas, it is even a recommended decision to explore the island. What you don't have to do is not make the reservation online but negotiate the price with the … Continue reading “Handmade” tour in Bali… between Ubud and Sanur
Last weekend we had planned to take our share of energy through a full day trip to Fundata village, in the Moeciu area, Brasov county. We knew the area because we had been there before, we like it, it is not very far from Bucharest, the weather forecast was favorable. All this made Fundata our … Continue reading Accidentally visiting Sirnea, the first tourist village in Romania … with no regrets!
I grew up in a small town, in Romania, with beautiful mountains surrounding me. The nature is very deep in my soul and my mind. Now, I m living in a busy city, and always thinking about the weekend to see some piece of nature, no matter where this piece is.In all my travels, I … Continue reading NATURE. NO FILTERS.
The Curonian Spit is a 98 km long, thin, curved sand-dune spit that separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea coast. Its southern portion lies within Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia, and it’s here the Dancing Forest is found. The trees in the Dancing Forest are twisted and deformed into loops and spirals. The trees were said to have been planted in 1961 on a dune near a village to strengthen the sands. The exact cause of their deformity is not known, but there are many theories —mostly paranormal— that try to explain it.