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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Bonito
... park reception at 9. They are very keen on keeping the water
crystal clear so you aren’t allowed any chemicals on your body and you have to
wear a wet suit. After a short drive in an open truck we had a half hour walk
in our wetsuits to the stream. We spent about 15 minutes in the water in a
practice area so the guide could instruct us and help those who were non
swimmers gain confidence. This was a great ...
... snorkel gear we entered the 24 degree water, one of the most crystalline it the whole region. For approximately two kilometers we allowed the gentle flow of the current sweep us along. With a visibility of forty metres we enjoyed seeing a diversity of fish swim around us, unperturbed by our presence. Shannon likened it to swimming in a giant fish tank as we saw several of the fish we have in our aquarium which are native to South America. It was a unique experience we would do ...
... red rock that provides nesting spots for the macaws. I guess the macaws were quite endangered in this area at one point but strong preservation policies helped to build up the population and now there are over 120 macaws in this spot. Seeing these colourful birds fly was really something. After this we continued on to Rio de Prata to do some snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of this river. We were told that we were not allowed to wear sunscreen or ...
... out inn Brazil is quite reasonable, any activities you want to do are
really expensive. The local lagoons are free for locals, but 40 Real for
tourists to use, but resourceful as always they went to a hotel down the road,
had lunch and got to use them for free! Very canny is our Mad. There was a Rhea
wandering around the hotel, and a tame Toucan chick at the bar – Maddie ended
... by the pool in the grounds of the estancia; told not to go closer than 2 metres.
Went for a forest walk and stopped at a number of waterfalls where some in the group swam and even dived off a 10 metre board.
Saw two varieties of toucan, a squirrel cuckoo and other varieties of birds, and a turtle.
Had a good lunch back at the estancia.
On the road back into town, saw ...