Overall it was a very nicely decorated and well maintained area with some picturesque spots. So we quickly wrapped up from there and off-course after some group photo sessions. Our trip photographer was our agency manager, so that nobody in the group misses out, a pathetic photographer though 😛.Now is the time for visiting one of the popular bird sanctuary, it was a nice sanctuary where hundreds of different origins of birds can be found.We spent around an hour there. We thought of spending few more hours but it was that time if the day where most of us started losing energy with empty stomach. After intensive googling and going through numerous review comments we finally did manage to lock one restaurant.
10. It also has an engineering marvel called the Itaipu Dam, the largest power generating hydel project, where a visit is much recommended. I was lucky to find a Gompa or the Buddhist temple on the way to the Itaipu Dam.11. I even took short trips to Argentina and Paraguay from this very place before flying out a Lima, the capital city of Peru.