- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a really relaxed feeling. The ambiance was surreal with the beautiful trees all around so the overall experience was totally extrodanary!!! There we heaps of fish some tiny and some huge, and some springs coming up from underneath the water which made the bottom bubble. We followed our guide in a line one behind the other down the river looking at all the fish, branches, rocks, weeds and everything else. There were a few places we got to stop and one place ...
... the guide only spoke Portuguese, so luckily I had Gabriel from Brasilia with me from the hostel who was able to translate what I couldn't understand (thanks Gabriel!) The bird park was amazing as it's where the Macaws live in their100m sinkholenatural habitat. They were so big and colourful and so many of them flying gracefully across a 100m sinkhole. (There is an image that explains how sinkholes are formed.) We then went to the Rio da Prata Eco Lodge ...
... the water. We were told that we had to just float downstream and not touch the bottom at all to avoid stirring up the water.
Another quick ride in the back of a truck and we were at the start of the river. We took a short walk through the forest to see the springs that formed the start of the river before starting the snorkelling trip. Derek was not happy with the walk as he was so hot in the wetsuit and by the time we got to the river he was almost expiring. ...
... It was absolutely amazing! We dived into the falls, swimming underneath the heavy rain of water for a good while before heading back out. Definitely the highlight of the tour! Feeling completely refreshed, we were back at the fazenda in no time and ready for our lunch. We took the bus and arrived back at the hostel at around 5pm. Absolutely knackered!
The second tour we did was the Rio da Prata snorkel tour. Every review I'd seen had five stars, and it was touted as ...
... km hike through the forest to reach the river. The forest is filled with wildlife, most of which we were happy to not run into, including anacondas. We jumped in the shallow river and were all amazed on how crystal clear the water was. We saw hundreds of large fish right away. The guide said the fish are up to 2 meters long. I was a little nervous at first, especially after the guide started giving us instructions on what to do if we see an alligator ...