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Victoria Butterfly gardens – Canada

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Victoria Butterfly Gardens offers your only opportunity to experience the warmth, beauty and romance of a tropical jungle without going to the tropics. Stroll through this indoor tropical wonderland, where Caribbean flamingos walk through the streams and ponds among the beautifully coloured koi, goldfish, jack dempseys, albino oscars, tetras, barbs, jaguar cichlids, plecos, Australian whistling tree ducks and red-eared slider turtles.

In the climate controlled environment (25 Celsius and 80% humidity), you will wander through lush jungles of plants nativeto tropical rain forest environments. Stroll along the trails past organic vanilla beans growing on the vine, papaya trees, pineapple, coffee beans, ginger and many other foods of the world growing in our organic soil.

They are located just 5 minutes from the “world famous” Butchart Gardens. This carefully planned combination of trees, bushes, vines and creepers is a balanced jungle-like eco-system that flourishes without the use of herbicides and pesticides. And after all these facilities provided, no butterfly can stop itself to just come over here and enjoy the lavish beauty of the gardens.

Victoria Butterfly Gardens has been awarded the 2013 Certificate of Excellence from trip advisor and was the proud winner of Where Canada’s award for “Canada’s Best New or Improved Attraction” for 2012.”

Its a must grab one.

By MAK

Chilly spicy Chile

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Chile is a country of startling contrasts and extreme beauty, with attractions ranging from the towering volcanic peaks of the Andes to the ancient forests of the Lake District. There are a multitude of very good parks here, and plenty of opportunities for fine adventure travel. Chile is justly famous as the location of Torres del Paine, considered by many to be the finest nature travel destinations in all of South America.

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For anyone who has ever been fascinated by geography, the long, impossibly thin line of Chile has always produced a tiny moment of astonishment. Chile stretches over 4,300 km (2,700 mi) along the southwestern coast of South America, a distance roughly the same as that from San Francisco to New York, or Edinburgh to Baghdad. At the same time, its width never exceeds 240 km (150 mi), making the country more than eighteen times longer than its widest point.

By MAK