The start of any new year is the perfect time to sit back, take stock, relax and plan the year ahead. We’ve put together three wellness and regenerative tours to enjoy that’ll bring you on an exploration of unique places that may inspire your own internal discovery.
A Walk Through the Wild Orchid Botanical Gardens in Ecuador
Did you know that Ecuador is considered the country of orchids? There are over 4,300 registered species of monocotyledonous flowering plants. Join this live, interactive tour of the botanical garden in Quito, Ecuador's capital, home to almost 2,000 different species of orchids. Let our guide share more about this unique bloom, which species are native to Ecuador, and bring a close-up view of these beautiful flowers so you can admire their beauty and variety in a calm, peaceful setting.
Cherry Blossoms and Zen Garden Immersion
Every year, the Japanese look forward to cherry blossom season as a symbol of human life, transience, and nobleness. Learn more about the symbolic flower of the spring as you virtually travel to Japan and immerse yourself in cherry blossoms and a mystical Zen garden. Guided by an American Japanese garden specialist, you’ll stroll through pristine, immaculate spaces and come across a major Japanese Zen temple, a shrine dedicated to a powerful samurai, and a miniature moss forest, making it more than just a tour but a chance to contemplate and reflect.
Explore The Medieval Town of Sakamoto
Walk in the footsteps of monks and come away enlightened and enriched. Our expert guide will bring you on an immersive tour of the medieval town of Sakamoto where the monks from Mount Hiei would rest and recharge between bouts of intense spiritual training. This online experience will bring you to see ancient rice fields, and a medieval village with 1,000-year-old stone walls while showing you the exquisite gardens of an Edo-period villa, an ancient cemetery, and one of the most important shrines in Japan.
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