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Cachoeira Da Toca

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Nice place to visit!

The waterfall may not be the most impressive in the world, but anyway is well worth visiting. You... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2018
Liknes
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Haugesund, Norway
Cachoeira Da Toca - also good to visit during Brasil's winter

Possible to reach by car from centre (where you entry Ilhabela by ferry boat) in 15minutes... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2017
sano-a-SK
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Kosice Region, Slovakia
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Estrada da Toca 1000, Ilhabela, State of Sao Paulo 11630-000, Brazil
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Reviewed 7 March 2018

The waterfall may not be the most impressive in the world, but anyway is well worth visiting. You can easily get to the waterfall on your way to or from the beach. You can walk/swim under one of the waterfalls and most fun of all...slide...More

Thank Liknes
Reviewed 19 February 2018

Falls were beautiful. Up close experience. Opportunity to swim in pool at base of falls. Family history. Barbara Marie, grand-daughter, spoke English and gave us a great tour with history of her granfather’s farm. Very personable. Be sure to use the provided insect lotion.

Thank KathrynIllinois
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Possible to reach by car from centre (where you entry Ilhabela by ferry boat) in 15minutes. Possible to go directly on place by car. Last part of road (500m) is more offroad. What to see: -rain forest -tropical birds watching -waterfalls -possible swimming in natural...More

Thank sano-a-SK
Reviewed 31 December 2016

This is a waterfall park (paid entry). We walked up from the town which was easy going but very hot (naturally enough for December). Once you get there you have this amazing little natural water park with plunge pools and natural slide. There is a...More

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Reviewed 30 December 2016

Small waterfall but a good park with a natural pool, a natural slider and also another small waterfall. Make sure you're using some anti-insect lotion because there's a LOT of borrachudos (local insect that leaves a very itchy bite) there

Thank Murilo B
Reviewed 15 March 2016

Use the insect repellant that is provided! I left the area with tiny bugs attached to my ankles because I did not use the repellant. Others were bitten and had itching and swelling from bug bites. What fun it was to watch people in the...More

Thank epuya
Reviewed 29 February 2016 via mobile

Part of your in Ilhabela, these falls is a natural water park. The rocks are gently sloped so if you are brave enough, you can slide (they say toboggan) down into the water. Lifeguards are available. Be careful, the rocks are slippery and they are...More

Thank DERtravels
Reviewed 28 February 2016

My kids had a great time sliding down the rocks. It's amazing that no one gets hurt. Fun activity for the family. The bug repellent is absolutely necessary and it smells very strong, so if you don't like citronella, skip this attraction.

Thank Talita M
Reviewed 10 February 2016

The waterfalls are easily accessible, you can get to them via car. There are 4/5 different areas of the waterfalls that you can enter. The staff are really helpful and will help you get across the tricky areas of the waterfalls if you request them...More

Thank ASC1212
Reviewed 29 December 2015 via mobile

Just next to the Toca's fall there's a unique piece of Ilhabela's colonial history - the "Engenho da Toca", which is a small factory of cachaça. For whom may not know it - "cachaça" or "pinga" is a Brazilian spirit made from sugar cane. The...More

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