Todgha Gorge, Morocco

The Todgha Gorge is located east of the Grand Atlas near the village of Tinerhir. The rivers formed canyons through the mountains for about forty kilometers. The last 600 meters of the gorge are the most beautiful and remarkable. The canyon narrows and the rock walls reach up to 160 meters. There is a tiny brook nearby. There is an asphalt road that will allow you access to the place without any problems.


It is an ideal place for hiking enthusiasts. It is also a popular site for climbers. You will find several routes that have been classified to make a walk in the canyon. 

You can also take a nice walk next to the creek and the gorge on the asphalt road.

The Acclimatization Garden of La Orotava, Port de la Cruz, Tenerife, Canary Islands

The Acclimatization Garden of La Orotava is located in Port de la Cruz, in the north of the island of Tenerife; also known as the Botanical Garden of Port de la Cruz. It was created by the Royal Order of King Carlos III, on August 17th , 1788, to be able to cultivate species from the tropics in a place of the Spanish territory. Two years later, the garden was already on site according to the original project and two years later new plantations were added. The garden enjoyed a moment of splendor thanks to the gardener Hermann Wildpret in the mid-nineteenth century. From 1941, the National Institute of Agricultural Research took the direction of the garden. You can find more than 3,000 species mostly exotic plants. One of the most popular species is the ficus with enormous roots dug up. You will also find orchids, Canary Islands dragon trees and palm trees among others. Several sculptures, streams and waterfalls also contribute to the beauty of the garden. The garden is open to the public throughout the year. There is also a library and a herbarium that you can visit and consult from Monday to Friday morning by appointment.


You can visit the garden from 09:00 to 18:00. On New Year’s Day, Easter Friday and Christmas Day, the garden is closed to the public.

Bring your camera to take beautiful pictures of this exuberant vegetation.

Wear comfortable shoes because it’s the perfect place to take a nice walk.

Scullion Garden, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec, Canada

By buying abandoned land in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean in 1985, Brian Scullion had begun the development of his business, a production nursery and in 1999 he decided to diversify his activities by creating the Scullion Garden. This garden has a little more than 2,000 species of plants from around the world, many of which have had to adapt to the harsh climatic conditions of the region. This place is a pretty important tourist attraction in the area. You will find beautiful landscaping, buildings and infrastructure, several trails, streams, a mini farm, games for children, an ancient forest camp, picnic areas and several animal species. There is also a new development of 12 hectares with nearly300 species of conifers.


A very important detail is that all signs are in three languages (French, Spanish and English) and everything is well indicated.

If you want to visit the area of the new coniferous garden project, you can rent an electric cart.

Several packages are available to visitors and children under 5, accompanied by an adult, enter for free. For groups of 30 people and over, there’s a guide service.

Pets on a leash are allowed on the site, except at the restauration service.