We live on an exquisite planet with so many wonderful creatures, plants, and land forms. We sometimes grow tired of museums and ruins but we never tire of visiting beautiful locations and watching the critters that inhabit them.
Nature is not a place to visit. It is home.
– Gary Snyder
Discover why you must visit the La Paz Waterfall Gardens, Costa Rica with our complete guide with photos, waterfall gardens map and tips to make the most of your visit.
On a boat tour in the Sierpe River area of Costa Rica we were able to view and photograph many exotic Costa Rican animals and plants such as monkeys, herons, crocodiles, white ibis, wood rail, red-headed woodpecker, hawks, toucans, macaws and much more.
We were so lucky to be at Playa Tortuga in Costa Rica to witness the release of baby sea turtles, who were protected from poachers by a wonderful turtle conservation organization.
Stroking, feeding and bathing full grown Thai elephants at the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, is the experience of a lifetime. Join us as we learn about these magnificent creatures and the woman who has dedicated her life to saving them.
Don’t miss our photos of bottle feeding the adorable little joeys at the URALLA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY. The unique experiences we share will surely warm the heart of any animal lover.
The Humber Arboretum is an enchanting mix of natural areas and cultivated gardens. We saw Lavender, Peonies in a dozen colors, Pentstemmon, 3-foot tall Drum Allium, and huge Rhodedendrons, which seem to do really well and grow to enormous size in Ontario.