Lovely and well kept, the University's botanical gardens are in a secluded spot of Isla Teja - away from the hustle and bustle of the main city. There are many ancient large tree specimens from around the world sorted by geographical groupings with paths meandering between them. Between the stands of trees are large well kept lawns that are nice to lie out or play on with kids or dogs. Put quite simply, this place is a spot of beauty and tranquillity, a true hidden gem that even the well travelled should visit. Although my boyfriend and I were in the city, we felt totally connected to nature and quite contemplative while here.
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