Magical sunrise canoe trip :-) I don't even like boats/water that much and was very apprehensive about it all.
The huge Chilean rhubarbs on the water's edge are also quite something to behold.
What makes this experience so special is the whole sunken forest landscape, so you're surrounded by dead tree branches sticking up out of the water, that you can hardly see at first, as it grows lighter they start appearing through the mist ... Its definitely eery, ephemeral, changing, unique. on a windless day the water is a mirror , the quality thereof so clean ... saw quite a few birds including kingfisher. definitely for nature lovers.
The lodge: "true experience of sustainability" is spot on. I have a lot of respect for the owners and what they've achieved.
Only negative is that your fellow guests might be "green/eco" type snobs from wealthy first world countries trying to prove their greenness by visiting these kinds of spots. sad, I know.
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