This Week on Instagram : Water…falls (Dec 21 – 25, 2015)
This week on Instagram is dedicated to waterfall images
Our selection features Laos, Ecuador and Costa Rica
The Tham Phu cave in Laos revealed hidden Buddha statues in 2004. Since then it became a great place to go kayaking and explore.
The spectacular Route of the Waterfalls – Ruta de las Cascadas – runs between the towns of Baños, located between four impressive volcanoes, and Puyo, the capital of the Pastaza province of Ecuador. With the Tungurahua volcano towering over it, Baños is a popular destination well known for its hot springs reputed to have therapeutic properties.
Are you down for a little bath in the sumptuous waterfalls of Luang Prabang in Laos?
A Naga fountain in the Chao Anouvong park in Laos.
The source of the Rio Celeste river’s distinctive turquoise color is not a due to a chemical species but to a physical phenomenon. Celeste River in Costa Rica is fed by two colorless rivers, the Buenavista River and Sour Creek. Buenavista River carries a large concentration of aluminosilicate particles with a small diameter.
Sour Creek, as its name implies, has a high acidity due to volcanic activity. When these two streams meet, these suspended particles produce a strong turquoise color.
Are you traveling, or have you traveled with Yampu? Tag your pictures with #YampuTravel so we can see them too! We will share our favorites.