Breathtaking landscapes, endemic wildlife and the mysteries of the human occupation of the South American continent. Thanks to the great efforts of FUMDHAM (Niede Guidon and team), this is arguably Brazil's best National Park. It is, of course, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This amazing place is so well presented through well kept trails, good interpretation and well trained guides. You can visit it for its great archeological value, for the amazing hikes and views, for the chance to do adventure activities with stunning background, for the joy to observe wildlife (lots of endemic birds), for the friendly people and regional food and the opportunity to see how tourism can change a place.
You can do it the light way and do the easy trails (there is even wheel chair accessibility) or really explore.
Though it may seem remote, it is not that difficult to get to and once you are there, you will be will taken care of.
Really recommended and you can easily spend a week or more here.
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