Sena de Luna, Spain
If you love nature then you need to check out these totally amazing tree tunnels and just imagine strolling through these beautiful mystical places!
The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland
Dark Hedges is over 300 years old, the interlocking beech trees in this lane reach up and across to each other becoming heavily entwined creating plays with lights and shadows.
Oak Alley along the Mississippi River outside New Orleans, Louisiana
Oak Alley Plantation has a quarter mile path lined with 300 year old oak trees. This area is filled with New Orleans history, an incredible mansion is located close by on the Mississippi river just outside of New Orleans, Louisiana.
Jacarandas Walk in South Africa
These tropical trees were imported to South Africa more than one hundred years ago. There are 49 species of Jacaranda here which are mostly from south America particularly Uruguay, Brazil, Peru & Argentina but also as far afield as the Caribbean.
Laburnum Tunnel in Bodnant Gardens, UK
The laburnum arch is a 55 meter long tunnel. It normally flowers from late May to early June, when it is a mass of yellow blooms. You must be aware however that all parts of this plant are poisonous, and can be lethal if consumed.
Cypress Tree Tunnel At The Historic Marconi Wireless Station, California
In Point Reyes National Seashore is a row of Monterey cypress trees that forms this beautiful tree tunnel. Once you walk through the tunnel you get to the historic RCA/Marconi station, which is a wireless telegraph station where operators would use Morse Code messages from ship to shore at the beginning of the 20th century.
Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan
This tunnel of wisteria flowers at the Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Kitakyushu, the best time to visit is between April and May to see the blooms at their best. Wisteria is actually an ornamental member of the pea family and only takes a few years to reach maturity
Bamboo Path in Kyoto, Japan
Walking paths cut through lush bamboo groves making it a great place to either walk or ride a bicycle. Bamboo has been used here for centuries for producing local items such as baskets, mats and containers as well as building materials.