Ruta de los Volcanes, Morelos
Known as the City of Eternal Spring, Cuernavaca is home to exuberant and diverse life species. Originally created to nurture beautiful plants, Jardines de México (Gardens of Mexico) has the purpose to also cultivate the senses, the mind and the soul. This beautiful hidden natural gem brings different environments and art styles together; from the tropics and cacti deserts, to Japanese minimalism and Italian renaissance. The seven themed orchards are designed with a delicate selection of endemic flowers, trees, and plants that render true works of art.
Journey into the Labyrinth of the Senses & Tasting Menu
Roam about El Laberinto de los Sentidos, a sensorial labyrinth shaped by lush green tunnels and wandering paths that playfully intersect, and discover the many surprising sculptures and nature around them. This space is an open-air museum where works are to be touched, smelled and perceived in a sensorial approach. Nature has a story of its own to tell, and every piece of art here has been touched by it. Pájaro de dos caras (double faced bird) is an example of the exhibits that depicts nature’s constant motion. The mano silla (hand chair) exhibit by Pedro Friedeberg is also one of the iconic pieces of contemporary design that will open up your imagination and attention to every detail.
This surreal journey also hosts a unique bee sanctuary, the first of its kind in Latin America. BeeRing is a modular cubicle where 30 beehives are being monitored using sensors and microphones to provide information on a global scale for the study and preservation of bees.
Cap off your experience with a surprising à la carte menu that comes from and is inspired by the flowers, herbs and vegetables of these generous and artistic gardens.