Zagaia Eco-Resort Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Free parking
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Um bom lugar para se ficar em Bonito, recomendo a todos
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... on some seeds and lots of small green parrots. The tour groups take no more than 9 people per session and only 150 people is the limit per day! They seem to monitor everything really well and you are not allowed to wear sunblock or insect repellant in the water. They give you a nice wetsuit and booties as well as a good mask and snorkel, then you have an outside shower before going on to a truck which drives you to the starting point of the walk. ...
... tour, including transport, entry to Buraco das Araras (Sinkhole of the Macaws), snorkelling down two rivers, trek through the rainforest and a lunch (that I managed to blag, as it should have cost an extra $36R) all came to $265R (€80). Not the cheapest of excursions, but it was my final few days in Brazil and one of the things that had been on my original list, considering I was no longer going to make it to the Pantanal! Throughout the driving part of ...
... good for the legs. Over the next three or four hours we saw eight more waterfalls, and swam in three more. As the day progressed, the water also got warmer so that by the last swim it wasn't too freezing! All of the falls were beautiful, but the last one stood out from all others. A wooden platform across the river allowed you to enter the water, grab onto a rope and pull yourself through a cave tunnel and into a sinkhole. Water was crashing down everywhere, from above the ...
... the cave pretty awesome! As you descend you get less light and start to see the lake getting brighter. It may not be the best choice for claustrophobic people. Our last day we spent snorkeling in Rio da Prata which means river of silver. We drove an hour and a half to reach a beautiful farm which is the base for snorkeling. The guides pick up 8 snorkelers at a time and load them into the back of a truck for a 20 minute drive through the fields followed by ...
... We were glued to the seats and we had to be pull off with a spoon like icecream. Obviously the bus was a couple of hours late and so we missed the connecting bus to Foz. We are at a bus station somewhere in the middle of nowhere, and we're making bets on how many hours late the next coincidence will be. Hopefully it will at least be a decent bus, just enough to be able to sleep a bit in the twelve hours journey that stand between us and our last day in Brazil.