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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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... by Ita we climbed into an open truck which took us through the wide expanse of the Fazenda's cattle fields out to the edge of the forest where we walked a shady, winding path through the dense foliage down to the river. The trip was advertised as snorkeling the Rio da Prata but this wasn't strictly correct as the majority of the time we'd be swimming in a tributary, Olho D'Agua. This was actually a good thing as Olho D'Agua is both much warmer and clearer. We entered the water in a ...
... I rummaged further in my backback to see what other documents about our excursion I could find. Triumphantly I held up another piece of Ideia Tours documentation only to read that we were at the wrong agency! So after much apology from me and relieved "De Nadas" and laughter on her part she pointed us the way to Bonito Way, an agency on the other side of the small town. Of course we hadn't understood her directions so couldn't find it, but Bonito bening more ...
... we walked an easy, well maintained path for 30 minutes until we reached the water where we started the snorkeling. The water looked so appealing by now so we couldn't wait to get in!! The water temperature was 24 degrees so I can see why we needed the wetsuits. The water once in, and our heads were under was actually that incredibly clear it was just insane. We floated around only using our hands and arms to paddle as the use of your legs is not allowed, so ...
... our minds and decided to put that cash toward diving when we hit the Galápagos Islands. There's plenty of beautiful things to do here, however everything is protected, meaning you need a guide and lots of $$. We have already been spoilt with beautiful diving, snorkelling, caving etc in other parts of the world, so while most of the group went out adventuring, we decided to spend the first day at the campsite hand washing our filthy Pantanal ...
... to the top of the cave took about 20 minutes, with a few well deserved rests on the way. By the time we reached the surface and saw sunlight again we were physically exhausted but still mentally energised by the exhilarating experience, and definitely one we would recommend to anyone visiting Bonito!
It was a shame to say goodbye to Bonito but we had to make our way to our last stop in Brazil- the amazing Iguassu Falls...