The Caracol Falls, a fall of 131 m, is the postal card of the city and the center of attention. You can view the city from the viewing spot, from which you can also see the valley and the native forest. From the observatory, a tower of 30 m, the panoramic view is even better. But you can contemplate the magnitude of the waterfall from other angle, from the bottom up, coming down the ladder of 927 steps.
In addition, you can have fun at Sonho Vivo Station by taking a delightful train ride, led by the train driver Zé do Apito. The ride tells the story of Italian immigration, from the first train trips in the region and talks about the importance of preserving nature.
In the Park there are also barbecue areas, snack bar, restaurant and craft shops where you can buy chocolates, knitwear, and art pieces.
Take snacks to make a delicious picnic at the Park.
Tourist information: +55 (54) 3282-2200
It may snow in June and July. Wear appropriate clothes.
Wear shoes suitable for trails.
Do not drink, enter or bathe in the water of the Caracol stream.
R$9 (from 6 to 11 years, students, and people over 60 years, after confirmation).
R$ 18 (from 12 to 60 years).
Tickets for Sonho Vivo Station and for the Ecological Observatory are sold separately.
Payment only in cash.