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Route 1 - Caves

Mucugezinho River – Devil’s Pool – Fumacinha Cave – Pratinha Farm (Blue Cave and Pratinha Cave) – Pai Inácio Hill.

The first stop is on the Mucugezinho River at a small pool just 10 minutes from where the car lets you off.  From there you will follow the river bed to Poço do Diabo (Devil’s Pool), and the waterfall that feeds into it.  Enjoy this spot and take a swim or take advantage of the zipline (optional) or rappelling (must schedule in advance).

Next, you will continue to Iraquara, known as the city of caves, where you will visit Pratinha Farm which offers a large pool of crystalline waters where you can snorkel (optional) inside the Pratinha Cave (a small cave attached to the pool) where you`ll enjoy an incredible visual of thousands of small fish in the incredibly transparent waters.  Still on the same property, you’ll walk just a short distance to Gruta Azul (Blue Cave) where you’ll have a great visual of the blue water at the bottom of this cave (bathing is not allowed).

The next stop will put you at Gruta da Fumacinha (Fumacinha’s Cave), 70 km from Lençóis.  This cave is rich in geologic formations. You will be approximately 40 minutes inside the cave.

Finally you’ll make the ascent up Pai Inácio Hill where you’ll enjoy perhaps the most beautiful and inclusive panoramic view of the Chapada.  If you’re lucky you’ll catch an amazing sunset to top off the day.

Included: Local bilingual guide, transport, food (lunch), entrance fee to the attractions and insurance against accidents.


Not Included: Beverage and radical sports.


Total Distance (Round Trip): 140 km. By car and foot.
Duration: 1 day.
Departure Time: 08:30 h.
Return Time: 18:30 h.
Difficulty Level: Light.

*PS: The value is for group of 4 people on, we from Zentur team worked to form groups, if it doesn’t occurs you can check it out our special values. If you want to do private tours without relying on groups, we also offer this option.

 

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