With almost 66 thousand hectares, it is home to beautiful waterfalls, natural pools and rock formations (some with more than a billion years). It is the brightest point seen from Earth’s orbit, according to Nasa, because of its quartz crystals.
Birds are always present: parakeets, toucans, macaws, among others. Wildlife includes armadillos, veados-campeiros, jaguars, among others, and, on the Park’s trails, you can find a diverse flora.
The Park’s main attractions are its waterfalls, such as the Prata and Santa Bárbara. The trails (Sete Quedas, dos Saltos, dos Cânions and da Seriema) also attract those who like to walk among nature. Each trail has different degrees of difficulty, ranging from 230 m (track with accessibility) to 23.5 Km.
You can only enter the park with a guide. Get there early and guarantee a guide is available.
The best time to visit the Park is from April to September, during dry season.
Vaccinate yourself against yellow fever at least 10 days before traveling.
Rodovia GO 239, Km 36 - Vila de São Jorge - Alto Paraíso de Goiás, GO
The Park entrance is located in São Jorge District, 36 km from Alto Paraíso in Goiás. From Brasilia, this distance is about 260 km. Access is by the BR 020, towards Formosa. Check out how to get to the Park from Brasilia.
The route to São Jorge District (which is 36 km from Alto Paraíso in Goiás) until the Park entrance is less than 1 km,and it is possible to go by bike (or walk) until then.
The Park entrance is located in São Jorge District, if you are in Alto Paraíso you can catch a bus at the city’s bus station, that goes there.