If you are looking to get away from the stress of work, perhaps it would be best to go nature tripping. If you have plans to go out of the country for a one week vacation, then the best place that you should visit is England. England offers a wide array of green landscapes that are breathtakingly beautiful as well as good for your overall health. You can enjoy the breath of fresh air, refresh your mind as well as get ideas for landscape turfing.
England has an array of beautifully landscaped and natural gardens that are offered in many travel packages. You should get one and visit any of the following, especially if you are into leeds garden designs:
Lavender Farm in Faukland, Somerset, England. If you love lavenders for their colors and scent, you won’t get enough of them when you visit Horsepond Farm in Faukland. The farm is open to visitors and will surely give you a quiet respite from the city’s humdrum life. Should you take interest to plant some of your own, you can very well purchase varying sizes and forms from this farm.
South Downs National Park, Hampshire, England. This park was the result of the efforts of campaigners and the geographer Vaughan Cornish as well as succeeding pleas for the park headed by noted celebrities since the 1920′s. They submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister championing the case for National Parks on the part of the South Downs. The park has an area of 1625 square kilometers divided by Hampshire, East and West Sussex and stretches from St. Catherine’s Hill near Hampshire in the west and Eastbourne in the east. The park receives about 39 million visits per year for their open chalk hills, sandstones and clays as well densely wooded hills and valleys.
Marleycombe Hill, Wislhire, England. If you think you did not get enough sunshine, get it from staying overnight in Marleycombe Hill. Wake up with the spectacular green landscape of Marleycombe Hill and derive childish delight in watching sheep and cattle being gathered by the local shepherd.
Cheddar Gorge, Somerset, England. This is the site where the oldest complete human skeleton was found. The gorge was naturally formed by melt water floods during the Glacial period. As such, the gorge was dubbed second greatest natural wonder in Britain. This gorge gets about 500,000 visitors per year.
Glen Nevis, Fort William, Scotland. If you want to spend more time with nature, then Glen Nevis at Fort William Caravan and Camping grounds would suit you. Get a taste of brisk walking on its wide green natural landscape and visit the glen at the end of the Nevis road. This place is actually one of the location filming for some of the Harry Potter films.
There are many more beautiful green landscapes in UK that you can visit. If England landscapes are not enough to fill your nature tripping, you can always hop to Scotland and nearby areas. If there is something that UK can be proud of, it is the beautiful and wonderful natural landscapes.