Zagaia Eco-Resort Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsZagaia Eco-Resort Hotel Bonito
Um bom lugar para se ficar em Bonito, recomendo a todos
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... getting out and walking up the river a bit. There were lots of jumping off points, and you didn't even have to swim as a gentle current carried you down towards the main part of the balneario. We quickly worked up an appetite and went to get lunch at the restaurant with the most shade. We'd made a good choice as the shade meant we were sitting under trees...which were full of monkeys! The waiters kindly gave us some bits of orange to feed to the monkeys, who scrambled down ...
... natural pool that was a further 80m at the deepest point. This experience involved abseiling down the 70m to the pool and snorkeling to view the magnificent stalagmites underwater. The evening before we had to go along to a training session to learn how to safely abseil down and use the ropes to 'caterpillar' back up to the top. Here it was quickly apparent wearing tight trousers was a bad idea as the movement to climb involves ...
... into a waterfall. Our guide told us that they usually let the tourists swing down a zip wire over the falls but the river was too high today...Err thanks for telling us. As we were walking back to the main site the guide showed us a Tapir which sort of looks like half pig, half anteater. It is the largest land mammal in Brazil and has a long snouty nose to smell out its food. To get back to the hostel we we're driven through what can only ...
... continuation of our trip.
After two pleasant days, we left to Foz do Iguacu and the famous waterfalls. We tried in vain to book a place to sleep there, but the whole town seems to be overrun by tourists in the next three days and there's not even a basement left to sleep. So we devised a sophisticated and daring plan b: bus from Bonito to Dourados, a city that I did not even know existed; another bus from Dourados to Foz do Iguacu; looking for a place ...
... Crossing, I made my final journey as part of the notorious kiwi experience, from Taupo to Auckland. It was really nice getting back to Auckland; I was excited about the next leg of my journey, it felt weird being still in NZ when Carol wasn't there, so I was ready to move on. It started well. I found a nice cheap hostel, albeit in the red light district, right next door to a 24 hour 'massage parlour'. Seriously is that even legal in New Zealand? Not sure. I found my room, ...