The most zen destinations in the world to visit

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For its spirituality, for its serene landscape, for the calm it exudes, here are the most suitable places on the globe to recharge your batteries and find yourself.

Tulum (Mexico)

The great jewel of the Riviera Maya is not only famous for its site, declared a World Heritage Site and conformed by some photogenic thousand-year-old ruins that are erected, imposing, on the Caribbean shore. It is also because of that atmosphere of peace that is breathed in its unaltered landscape, in that turquoise sea that radiates vibrations of happiness.

They also help, of course, the peaceful luxury resorts that dot the place without shrillness, completely integrated into nature, and that are perfect to disconnect with your offer of yoga in the morning, lunches with prodigious views and dinners lit with candles so that it is only the wonderful environment what occupies the body and the mind.

Bahá’i Temple of South America (Chile)

Also it is called House of Adoration to this temple located in the foothills of the Andes, in Santiago de Chile. A center designed by the Canadian architectural firm Hariri Pontarini, which promotes unity through free participation in a serene environment devoid of rituals or ceremonies. His curiosity is that he has no icons or images: the proposal is to appreciate in silence the beautiful natural scenery, framed by giant mountains and with the Chilean capital camouflaged on the horizon. In short, it is a space open to all, in which cordial affection and ties of unity are promoted according to Bahá’í doctrine.

Sacred Valley of the Incas (Peru)  

The huge valley that serves as an anteroom to the wonder of Pachu Picchu is a mystical place par excellence, since the Incas imagined that it was the overland projection of the Milky Way, a kind of walkway that connected the world of man with that of the gods.

For this reason and for its dazzling beauty traced with millenary stones and colorful towns escorted by the Andes, it is a perfect destination to reconnect with the Pachamama or Mother Earth. The walks in these Peruvian landscapes are a form of active meditation.

Borobudur (Island of Java, Indonesia)

The largest and most impressive Buddhist monument of all time invites you to take a trip full of spirituality. For some reason they say that to travel this stone giant, the biggest tourist attraction in Indonesia, is to take a walk through the mystical teachings that mark the path to enlightenment.

The largest and most impressive Buddhist monument of all time invites you to take a trip full of spirituality. For some reason they say that to travel this stone giant, the biggest tourist attraction in Indonesia, is to take a walk through the mystical teachings that mark the path to enlightenment.

Bagán (Myanmar)

Another destination where to find peace could be this wonderful site of ancient Burma. Because walking these 42 square kilometers on the banks of the Ayeyarwadi River, covered in bell-shaped ruins that contain Buddha relics, is an overwhelming experience.

It is also choosing one of the temples to meet alone and discover female deities inside, fantastic animals, peaceful faces that meditate with closed eyes … But the most zen that can be done in this place is to enjoy the static vision of the whole , especially at dusk, with the needles backlit over the haze.

Source: viajar.elperiodico.com

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