Zagaia Eco-Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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... moves until Mama moves' wasn't helping my cause!) we arrived only 10 mins late at Bonito Way to pick up the vouchers for our day's activity, snorkeling in the Rio da Prata. Hearing that it was an hour's drive to where we had to be at Fazenda da Prata and that our tour started at 9:30 didn't help given that it was already 8:45. So we jumped into the car and Annick pushed the speed limit on the dangerously pot-holed roads. To exacerbate matters there was also a 20km diversion onto a ...
... an expensive trip. Brasil, whilst not being overly expensive, wasn't cheap either with prices for most things being similar to (or perhaps fractionally below) European prices. We would of course have to sell one of the kids to pay for it all and would now have to fatten Sid up for sale as Dominique was no longer that marketable now that she was encased in a block of ice :) After breakfast Annick and I walked to the Localiza car hire where a car had been ...
... we left for our trip to the river. We hired a car with a lovely Australian girl Shannon and her Brazilian friend which cost us $R40 each for the day. The Rio de Prata $R132 each was 52km out of Bonito along a bumpy, dirt road. It took an hour to get there and it was located on a private farm which was beautiful. We had to wait until 10am till our tour started, so had some time to walk around and look at all the birds. There was 2 red and blue Macaws ...
At the park, we played football (soccer) together and a few others joined in as well despite the language barriers. What a lot of fun! We had young children and adults joining in.
There was also a zipline to go down. Finally, two macaws landed in a tree right near me. ...
... as common here as in Australia. Arriving
at Bonito in the early afternoon we checked into our hotel which fortunately is
air-conditioned to escape the oppressive heat. We were taken for an orientation
tour of the town which seemed to be basically one main street of t-shirt and
ice cream shops. On our way back via the local supermarket we saw a large Toucan
preening itself in a tree. We were pretty surprised to see one still for so