A beautiful park located inside the island of Oraba which is surrounded by the union of two rivers
“El Humaya” and “El Tamazula” where the “Culiacan River” is born, the island has an extension of 33,200 square meters inside which there is a lush vegetation where giant trees such as eucalyptus, penguica, guamúchil, black olives, weeping willow, palm trees and ornate plants such as rose bushes, bugambilia and trumpet flower abound are abundant.
This park is a much visited place by the families of Culiacan people
This park is a much visited place by the families of Culiacan people, due to its forest temperate, it is suitable for getting together, exercise and recreational activities such as rollerblading or cycling, as well as frequent musical events or cultural exhibitions in the theater within the park area. There are also birches for a picnic day while you observe the large number of birds that nest in the leafy branches of their trees.
The park is also visited by students from different schools of Culiacan.
The park is also visited by students from different schools of Culiacan. Large groups of students from primary schools near the park area who perform exercises and recreational activities throughout this area.
There is no doubt that the capital city of Culiacan, Sinaloa has extensive green areas which are well maintained and suitable for the constant use of its inhabitants and visitors. There are many tourist attractions inside and outside this Sinaloa state city which you can enjoy on your next visit, either in a business or leisure plan.
The parks and gardens of Culiacan are already a great attraction for anyone who loves nature and wants to interact with it. Tour operators in Culiacan already have a large number of tourist activities in the form of alternative tourism, which is why they are currently participating in knowledge courses in the region in order to provide a great and careful service and of great quality for tourist that will visit this beautiful corner of Mexico.
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How this Virtual Tour was made
The equipment used to make this virtual tour is the following:
- DJI Phantom 3 Professional Quadcopter
- Phantom 3 4K Camera
- 3 - Axis Gimbal
- Nikon D800 Camera
- Sigma 8 mm fisheye lens
- Nodal Ninja Ball Joint NN4
- Manfrotto Tripod 190
- Remote trigger
The processing software of this image was:
- Lightroom to process RAW files
- PTGui to perform the stitching of the image
- Photoshop for general and local adjustments
- PanoTour Pro for the virtual tour generation
For the Cenit image, I made a spherical photograph from the flagpole and then sewed it in PTGui with the photo of the drone.
Pilot professional of Drones: Esteban Verdugo
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