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Purple tulips near Emmeloord in the Netherlands

Tulip Fields Near Amsterdam: How to Avoid the Crowds

Spring is definitely one of the best times to visit the Netherlands. As the weather gets warmer, the fields in the countryside start filling up with colourful flowers. It is quite an amazing sight...
Plant at Quito's Botanical Garden in Ecuador

Experience Ecuador’s Biodiversity at Quito Botanical Garden

If you love plants or if you simply want to escape the busy city life for a couple of hours, then a visit to the Quito Botanical Garden is well worth it.
Orchids in La Fortuna (Costa Rica)

Orchids in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world. As such, it has an outstanding variety of orchid species - over 1300!
Tulips at the Keukenhof 2014 in the Netherlands

Flower Power at the Keukenhof Gardens in Holland

Visiting the Keukenhof in Holland, the second biggest flower garden in the world, to experience the beauty of the colourful gorgeous tulips
Orchids in Quito, Ecuador

Weekly Photo: Orchids in Ecuador

Did you know that Ecuador is home to over 4000 species of orchids? After a visit to Quito's Botanical garden I learned a bit about orchids in Ecuador
Perezo en el EcoCentro Danaus en La Fortuna, Costa Rica

La Fortuna – Visiting the Ecocentro Danaus

The Ecocentro Danaus, near La Fortuna (Costa Rica) is a biological reserve where visitors can walk through the rain forest and observe flowers and wildlife.

Montreal – Butterflies Go Free

Butterflies Go Free is a yearly event organised by the Montreal Insectarium that takes place at the Botanical Garden, where you can see lots of butterflies!

Flowers From Yolombó

Yolombó is a place with gorgeous vegetation and amazing flowers, here are just a few random shots…

Bogota Botanical Garden

The Bogota Botanical Garden is a good option to escape the noise and chaos of this big Latin American capital

La Sierra Nevada – High On Clouds And Colors

The Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta NP is home to the world's highest coastal mountain range, reaching 5700 meters above sea level; it's well worth a visit.

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