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We like active, eco vacations, preferably with VERY LITTLE TO ABSOLUTELY NO PEOPLE AROUND. Bonito is definitely a very turístico place, with LOTS AND LOTS OF TOURISTS , so if I, the Grinch, say it was awesome despite that, you better believe me! We repelled...More
Day before going to cave you have to do like a small training where you try ropes and climbing and get instruction. As a price is quite big (~900 reais) I expected good service. But instructors spoke barely english. And they said that tomorrow at...More
Fantastic experience. Rapelling down into the cavern was exhilarating and snorkelling around the lake gave unique and unreal views (the water is so, so clear). Going back up was slightly scary but the company running the show was really professional and I felt relatively safe...More
This trip is amazing. It is amazing being suspended in mid air among stalactites and stalagmites. It is amazing floating above crystal clear waters and then dive in them.
The descend and the ascend are less scary than you might think and not difficult at...More
Estávamos muito curiosos para fazer o passeio, iniciado com um rapel de 70 metros de descida, quando chegamos as plataformas ficamos maravilhados, o local é realmente muito bonito. Fizemos o mergulho com cilindro, a 1o momento foi difícil por causa da escuridão mas acostumamos com...More
Alright - I am breaking an eentsy-weentsy rule because my husband did this one solo...but as I took one for the team, i think I should get the TripAdvisor badge...
I stayed at the hotel with the kids and he trained in the evening (rappelling,...More
Abismo Anhumas is a large limestone cave entered by rapelling down a 230 feet vertical from the top to a deck floating on a clear, spring water lake, sized about the area of a football field. There you can take an inflatable boat ride to...More
Getting lowered down through a crevice in the rock face into this magnificent formation was one of the best experiences of my life. whether you dive or snorkel, you still get to marvel at the place in complete awe. The climb back up is arduous...More
The cave is amazing! If you have your diving certificate, recommend you to do the scuba diving! The staff is super friendly and nice! You can bring your professional camera, the crew will help you to deliver to the cave safely (put it into a...More
Reppeling 70 meters into this amazing cave, reviles the spectacular view of underground hidden lake and stalegtites, later on tether ypu do the scuba dive (crazzzy!!😰😰) or just snorkeling around, you discover the secrets of this beutiful hidden underground world of wild quite nature- the...More
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I booked through Big Tour (very professional) but the Abismo is operated by a single company, Abismo Anhumas Their website contacts section doesn't work or isn't read and during the day they don't answer the phone as they... More
I booked through Big Tour (very professional) but the Abismo is operated by a single company, Abismo Anhumas Their website contacts section doesn't work or isn't read and during the day they don't answer the phone as they are all at the site. So either try and catch them in the evening when they are doing the rappelling training around 18:00 local time. But book through Big Tour who can also help with anything else and the price doesn't change, I believe
My suggestion: contact a local agency or a tourist guide to help you with the reservation to all the sites you would like to go, they can also help you better organize where and when to go to each site. Some places... More
My suggestion: contact a local agency or a tourist guide to help you with the reservation to all the sites you would like to go, they can also help you better organize where and when to go to each site. Some places the distance in KM is not much, but with a rented car could take a long time, and some places you might not even get there if it reins a lot.
The guide who helped me out was Marcos Violante, if you google his name you will easily find him as Campo Grande Bonito Guide.