In nature, it usually takes effort and determination to reach the top. The road may be long, but it’s rewarding: lush landscapes, rare flowers and, fascinating waterfalls to enrich the spirit and relax the body in Brasil.
Fill your water bottle, backpack with lots of stamina and get ready to run into breathtaking scenarios.
Cachoeira da Fumaça- Chapada Diamantina
The Cachoeira da Fumaça waterfall is part of the attractions of the Vale do Capão, in the Chapada Diamantina National Park. Considered the largest cascade in Brasil and fifth in the world, with 370 m water fall, its speed and the strength of the winds often prevent the water from hitting the ground.
Serra do Cipó – Minas Gerais
Serra do Cipó is currently one of the main sights of Minas Gerais and it’s located 100 km from the State capital, Belo Horizonte. Of incomparable beauty, with more than 60 waterfalls and one of the most diverse faunas and floras of the world, the region combines recreation, outdoor activities and scientific research.
Visconde de Mauá – Rio de Janeiro
Visconde de Mauá, 210 km from Rio de Janeiro , is an environmental protection area, with numerous natural attractions, such as waterfalls, natural pools, rivers, rock formations, peaks and viewpoints. Sports are also largely practiced at the site, from trekking, camping, rappelling, rafting, and off-roading, among others.
Petar – São Paulo
The Alto Ribeira Touristic State Park - PETAR is considered one of the most important Conservation Areas in the world. It’s home to a large area of preserved Atlantic forest in Brasil and more than 300 caves. It is considered today a world heritage site recognized by UNESCO. There, you can find caves up to 6 km long, like Caverna Santana, where the galleries form an exciting labyrinth. It’s an ideal place for hiking and trekking, caving, speleology, buoy cross, camping and other outdoor activities.