Traveler, are you looking for adrenaline? Brasil is the right destination for those who appreciate strong emotions. There are several places to practice extreme sports and feel the heart beat stronger. You can explore caves, climb cliffs, diving, among other activities. From North to South, tourists will not lack exciting options. But you can't forget, of course, to do everything safely.
Alto Ribeira Touristic State Park (also known as Petar), in the South of the State of São Paulo, is composed by the characteristic vegetation of the Atlantic Forest, one of the largest preserved extensions of original vegetation. In addition to its immense amount of waterfalls, there are between 250 and 300 caves to be conquered. The structures provide adventures in huge rivers, with abseiling, ladders, bridges and walkways.
In the quiet and paradisaical Jericoacoara, in Ceará, winds move adventurers attracted by kitesurfing. It’s a way to capture sea air with a kite (parachute-shaped) and slip on the blue waters with a board. The location attracts experienced practitioners who can perform radical maneuvers in an easy way.
Get ready to raise the level of humidity. Famous for its waterfalls, Foz do Iguaçu, Paraná, is an invitation to rafting. This sport uses inflatable boats and safety equipment. Boat passengers face river chutes and falls. In stillness points, it is possible to swim in the river. The routes usually begin close to the monumental Iguazu Falls.
The city of Bonito is located in the State of Mato Grosso do Sul and it’s a reference in radical tourism. There it is the famous Abismo de Anhumas, the famous cave with an underwater lake. Achieving it is not, however, an easy task. Before founding the waters protected by a rocky structure, it’s necessary to abseil from a 72 meters height.
Diving professionals and amateurs regularly seek Fernando de Noronha. The archipelago enables a visibility up to 50 meters deep, with pleasant temperatures around 28° C. There are 21 islands, with an enormous variety of reefs and more than 200 species of marine animals. The site is also known as a wrecks cemetery.