TodemmyThe lions, cheetahs, bears, tigers and other beasts in the zoo seem to be very docile. The zoo even provides visitors with opportunities to touch these beasts. However, the Luhan Zoo’s experience in contact with beasts has always been controversial. Some people also suspect that the zoo used anesthetics, but the zoo insists that they have adopted reasonable domestication measures. In any case, close contact with beasts is dangerous. Therefore, it is not recommended that you touch the beasts when visiting Luhan Zoo. In addition, please remember to be kind to the animals.
137***66Pampas grassland, also known as South American grassland or Argentine grassland, is a tall grassland in the subtropical humid climate of South America. Distributed in the southern part of the La Plata Plain, including Uruguay, eastern Argentina, southern Brazil and other regions, covering an area of about 760,000 square kilometers; "Pampas" is derived from the Indian Quechua language, meaning "prairie without trees" . It's so beautiful and shocking! Be sure to check it out, self-driving is really suitable~
fz570628South America Brazil🇧🇷-Argentina🇦🇷The last stop of the tour is Buenos Aires. Before leaving South America, we came to the famous scenic area of the province-Laohuzhou.
Tiger Island is located in the delta formed by the Paraná and Uruguay rivers flowing into the Milky Way in Argentina. It has strict ecological protection and a complete ecosystem. It is known as the "Venice of South America".
We cruised here and watched around Tiger Island. This is a place where wealthy families spend their holidays and leisure here in order to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. There are water sports clubs, handicraft markets, fruit piers, and Xiaoting hotels along the river. There are garden villas built by the rich themselves.
[Scenery] Elegant environment and fresh air.
[Fun] Water sports, leisure viewing
[Value for money] Worth a visit
fz570628The capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, is one of the largest cities in South America and has the widest streets in the world (27 lanes, about 140 meters wide). There are also many attractions such as Plaza de Mayo, Independence Monument (Obelisk), Rose Palace and so on.
Rodney RBuenos Aires's main attraction is a cemetary! But what a cemetery! From here you go straight to heaven. It's in Recoleta an easy walk from Casa Ofelia. Take Libertad Street (one block over from Talcahuano) and walk to the end. It's also a nice way to see Recoleta on foot and take in the luxury buildings. For public transport, a bus runs along Parana Street (two blocks from Talcahuano) that goes directly there.