This is for those who like to travel and enjoy nature. There are different regions that allow the practice of various modes of outdoor sport, such as crossings, diving, caving, abseiling, mountain climbing, among others. Learn about the major ones:
Considered the best ecotourism destination in Brasil, Bonito is located in the Southeast region of Mato Grosso do Sul and is home to exceptional landscapes. The main attractions of the region are baths include waterfalls, hiking trails, boat rides, and observation of aquatic fauna in the rivers of crystal-clear waters. The more courageous ones can face the Anhumas abyss, which offers a 72 meter high abseiling in a crevice that leads to a lake of calm waters, where it is possible to scuba dive.
Serra do Roncador
Formed by plateaus, an impressive flora and fauna and surrounded by more than 100 waterfalls, the Roncador mountain range is located 500 km from Cuiabá and extends to the State of Pará, in Serra do Cachimbo. The region offers different options for adventure seekers. One of them is the jeep ride, the best way to admire the landscapes of the region.
Fernando de Noronha
Comprised of 21 Islands and belonging to the State of Pernambuco, the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha is outrageously beautiful. The abundant vegetation and the crystal clear blue waters form cinematographic scenery and are home to several species of turtles, sharks, schools of colorful fish and dolphins.
Ilha Grande is one of the most visited points of Rio de Janeiro. Located in the famous Costa Verde, the paradisiacal island belongs to Angra dos Reis. The site offers various attractions such as trails, deserted beaches, waterfalls and overlooks. One of the postcards of the island is Praia do Aventureiro, a quiet place with rough structure that draws tourists from all over the world.
PETAR (Alto Ribeira Touristic State Park) is considered one of the most important Conservation Areas in the world. Located in the extreme south of Sao Paulo, the Park hosts the largest fraction of preserved Atlantic forest of Brasil and more than 300 caves. It is considered today a world heritage site recognized by UNESCO.
The Amazon Rainforest is the largest tropical forest in the world and 60% of its area is in Brasil. It is estimated that this area alone houses about one million species of animals and plants, which represents half of the species on the planet. For those who want to venture into the region, the tours cover the most varied attractions: hiking trails in the woods, camping in the jungle, swimming in waterfalls and rivers, observation of animals and even visits to indigenous communities.
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