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Maharishi Natural Reserve provides new perspective on Paraguayan natural landmark
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20 March 2008
On 20 March 2008 Paraguay Tenes que senirlo reported:
The Maharishi Natural Reserve will soon offer a new tourist venue on the right bank of the Monday River, in the District of President Franco, Alto Parana, Paraguay. The reserve forms part of the Eastern Block of the Alto Parana Atlantic Forest, and, after the approval of environmental authorities, has been included in the official system of protected wildlife areas.
It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring
fulfilment to the field of education.
One of the first projects completed at the Maharishi Natural Reserve was the construction of an 800-meter interpretive trail, called 'Mbyju'I Ita Rekavo', in reference to a tropical bird featured on one of the trail's signposts. Along the trail, which includes fifteen different stations, visitors have the opportunity to engage in educational activities and observe various characteristics of the surrounding flora and fauna. In addition, there are spaces along the way where tourists can rest and meditate.
The most notable feature of the interpretive trail is station number fourteen, where visitors will have the chance to view the beautiful Falls of Monday from a new perspective, much different than that obtained from the Municipal Park on the opposite side of the river. Until now, one could only imagine a full panoramic view of the falls.
Among the other activities that will be available at Maharishi Natural Reserve are rock climbing and river rafting beneath the waterfalls. In addition to providing an exciting new site for tourists, the reserve will generate many new employment opportunities for locals.
All in all, it is an encouraging prospect for the region.
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