- Buraco das Araras is one of the highest hills in the world, a place where many birds, especially the Red Macaws, have adopted it as a natural habitat.
Floating the Rio de la Plata: A 300m walk through the riparian forest leads to the source of the Olho d'água River. Upon arriving at an immense natural pool of crystalline waters. The gentle current takes visitors calmly for a walk in an underwater world, inhabited by dozens of species of fish and aquatic plants. There are about 1,700m of route, un...
- Farm lunch on the wood stove
- Floating equipment included: mask, snorkel, wetsuit and neoprene boot
- Transport from Hotels and Inns in the central region of Bonito
- Accompaniment of guide accredited by MTUR
- Diving, horseback riding and other optional farm activities
- Items and services not mentioned in the inclusions
- This tour may change on the day it will be carried out according to the schedule of the local Supplier and the maximum amount allowed in the attraction.
- As of 12/16/2022, the environmental fee will be charged. Value R$ 7.00 per person/per day of stay.
- Mustache and beard can interfere with the sealing of the mask on the face and impair the enjoyment of the tour. Thus, it is recommended that you go for the walk with a shaved beard.
- Our local representative is available to answer any questions you may have about the tour you have purchased.
- Distance from the city center: 54 km
- Mandatory use of Tennis or Papete for the walk
- Children must present an identity document (RG or Birth Certificate).
- Activity not allowed for children under 6 years old. Pregnant women over 24 weeks cannot perform the activity. Children up to 12 years old must be accompanied by their parents.
- Neoprene suits available up to 120kg.
- We recommend tourists who wear glasses to wear contact lenses to take the tour. We provide eyewear covers to protect your eyewear during the tour. It is forbidden to float using only swimming goggles.
- Heads up! The duration between activities + displacement, is the whole day!
- It is the traveler's sole responsibility to have all the necessary documentation up to date, so research in advance everything that is required at the destination of your activity.
Remember that with a pandemic, the documentation required may vary from place to place. Confirm what local authorities may require: proof of full vaccination, negative PCR test, and more. Find out what are the requirements of your destination and the location of the activity.
Oh, and don't forget to wear a mask, clean your hands often, and try to maintain social distance.