A 45-minute hike from the city, you'll find a tiny nature reserve with a wealth of plants, flowers, birds, and butterflies. Two kilometers (1.2 miles) of trails go through gardens, some partially netted to protect a dazzling selection of lepidoptera with huge colorful wings of blue, orange, yellow, and white. Here, a guide can explain the importance of certain plants in attracting the insects to lay eggs and the whole miracle of metamorphosis from caterpillars to winged works of art. The reserve is the perfect spot for photography and brings out the amateur botanist, birder, and biologist in everybody. The reserve is located 2km (1 1/4 miles) down a dirt road, right of the cemetery, southwest of the city. The road is too rough for a normal car but can be done in a four-wheel-drive.