Tropical Araxa Resort

Estancia do Barreiro, s/n, Araxa, State of Minas Gerais, 38180-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Estancia do Barreiro, s/n, Araxa.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Araxa

Campo Grande

A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Jun 28, 2014

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... was muted. We did have one of the best meals we've eaten so far. My favourite I think. It was a churrascaria, it's one of those restaurants where men bring round different meats on spits taken straight from the barbecue and carve it off the apt right onto your plate, you eat and eat and eat until you're fit to burst and then tell them no more. It tasted amazing. We went there twice! A fitting end to our trip to ...

Swimming with Piranhas.. Pantanal, Brazil

A travel blog entry by mtrm on May 05, 2012

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... this day, we had fried Piranhas for dinner (it has a lot of bones, so I had to east alwasy at least 3). All the activities were great and allowed us to have different experience and different option to spot some animals. We saw a large number of Caimans, Piranhas, capibaras (the largest rodent in the world's growing into the size of the pig), anteater, river otters, armadillos, wild pigs, deer, countless herons, birds and flightless birds, ostrich emu, giant parrots, ...

Fields of Soya

A travel blog entry by upriver on Jun 13, 2011

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... any fences marking fields. On gently undulating, fertile, cleared country, fields of maiz, soy and wheat stretch off to the horizon. Brazil, needless to say, is an agricultural powerhouse, and when there are no crops there's livestock - mostly cattle - grazing and fattening themselves for both the huge domestic and foreign markets. Comfortable farm houses, gleaming silos and processing ...

Camping out in Campo Grande

A travel blog entry by globalwanderers on May 25, 2011

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... until another set of couch surfers who had only joined up that day messaged us asking if we needed any advice for their city. We emailed back asking if we could stay and thankfully they said yes- Yay! we were saved! Jiji (Czech), his wife Debora (Brazilian) and their son Fillipe (who took an instant liking to Huw) were just gorgeous and allowed us to stay with them for 2 nights and were ...

Ants in your pants (or in your sleeping bag)

A travel blog entry by joeandanna on Aug 26, 2010

It hit us immediately how expensive Brazil was as we sat in the taxi from the bus station to our hostel watching the meter going up ad up and up, 8 pounds for a 10 minute ride! Wow, we were going to have to be careful in the place. After a day in Campo Grande, for Anna to stock up on summer clothes from the local second hand clothes shops we headed off on a tour of the Pantanal, Brazilian Wetland area in the South West of the country. We had met two ...