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It is a religious place (Buddhist) in the middle of a exuberant nature. It is for free, but pay attention to the operating because it's very limited. Not recommended for children, since it is a place for silence and respect. They don't have meals in...More
It looks we are in Tibet or something. It is big with Stupas and everything! We had a misfortune over there and we had a great support mainly from Gustavo a temple volunteer! Our Motorcycle broke and we spent hours waiting for help.
The guy of the service desk is extremamely rude, unpolite and with no consideration. How a budist place select a person like that to deal with visitors? It should be a little bit more coherence to choose a person more apt, with more patience and...More
Such a charming and pitoresque place rich with natural beauty and culture. It's a must-see if you're nearby. Honestly Brazil should be worldly known for places like this that actually represent the country's diversity and charm instead of Rio de Janeiro or São Paulo. Not...More
Having a time between a visit to Gramado we decided to know this beautiful and calm place. The road is good even if unpaved, a tea house right before getting to the Temple, lots of charming adopted dogs, a beautiful view of the Valley bellow,...More
It is a surprise to find in the mountains of RS a spot that is unique in its style given its geographical location. Besides it has been developed evenly and aesthetically. It invites to meditation and nature appreciation.
The temple is located in an extremely beautiful area, with great view to the surrounding area. It is open for visitation from Wednesday through Sunday, with a second temple (Terra Pura) open only in weekends. Near the temple we also have other buildings, such as...More
Indeed it was my second visit to this Temple. I went back with my boyfriend. The first time I haven't see the dogs. You can believe: even the dogs are completly Zen. We passed by many of them and they didn't move an ear. Just...More