Scotland is a fascinating country that has a spectacular nature, in fact, may be one of the most beautiful and natural attractions of the world. No doubt the many gardens of Scotland are a great attraction for all tourists and always become one of the main points of interest anywhere in the country. The other day I recommended the finest castles in Scotland and today I will focus on best gardens, at least so considering the Scottish Tourist Office:
- Branklyn Garden: It’s in Perth and is a small garden that is considered one of the prettiest in the entire country.
- Scottish Plant Collectors Garden: It’s in Pitlochry is a spectacular tribute to the Scottish botanical collectors who have traveled the world to get different species. It has an outdoor exhibition of many sculptures.
- Benmore Botanic Garden, Benmore and is in a spectacular avenue of giant redwoods.
- Royal Botanic Garden: Here you can see rock gardens, greenhouses, gardens or greenhouses forests of palm trees. It is in Edinburgh.
- Crarae Gardens: It’s in Argyll and has a wooded glen and many rodocentros with great beauty, and other species, many of them from the Himalayas.
- Logan Botanic Garden: Depends on the Royal Botanic Garden, and there can see collections of Australian ferns, dwarf palms and other species very curious.
Natural Parks are spectacular places to visit, whether on any given day or during a holiday. Authentic natural wonders has many things to offer, whether natural monuments, landscapes and animals. If you enjoy visiting these sites, here I leave some of the best National Parks in the world, also considered the most important:
- Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu (Peru): more or less was built in 1450 and is an archaeological site which is also called “the lost city of the Incas”. Much of the archaeologists think it was Inca emperor Pachacuti heritage and World Heritage Site since 1983. A spectacular place that still preserves intact its dry stone walls and where you can visit the Temple of the Sun and the fourth of three walls.
- Great Barrier Reef (Australia): In Spanish means “the Great Barrier Reef” and is longer than the Great Wall of China, besides being one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. He has more than 3,000 reef systems and coral reefs and cays are hundreds of tropical islands. A paradise where you can go diving, boating with the glass floor, water sports, swimming with dolphins and whale watching.
- Fiordland National Park (New Zealand): Here are some of the most spectacular fjords in New Zealand, which you may find taking a boat ride, a unique experience. Several of the country’s most important icons are here, like Mitre Peak, Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound and the Great Walks. A combination of spectacular mountains and also offers the possibility of routes farms, off-road routes and visit an underwater observatory.