Tropical Araxa Resort

Address: Estancia do Barreiro, s/n, Araxa, State of Minas Gerais, 38180-000, Brazil | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on Estancia do Barreiro, s/n, Araxa.
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Travel Blogs from Araxa

The Pantanal

A travel blog entry by rebecca.white on Oct 14, 2014

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... with a couple of beers. Mike caught one right at the end (very pleased with himself) which we ate that night along with a couple of catfish that the group caught. Next day was a jeep 'safari' and a little hike - the highlight being an anteater in a tree so it wasn't the most exciting of trips. To cool off we went floating down the river - more relaxing if I didn't know it was full of piranha. Later on we also did a night boat trip down the river to ...

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 ...

Bonito, Rio Da Prata tour - bus to Campo Grande

A travel blog entry by mattandelisha on Feb 10, 2013

... ready to go. Some of the group practiced with the snorkels while we were at the learning area then we started off on our swim. The river had a good current that took you down nicely, you didn't have to really swim and also we had 5mm wetsuits on so we were very buoyant. During the swim we saw many fish, some of them nearly a metre long. Thee were rocks and trees fallen on the water so we had to be careful of them. The visibility was about 30m so ...

Bonito, Anhumas Abismo tour

A travel blog entry by mattandelisha on Feb 09, 2013

... Slowly we began to lower our selves down into the cave. The first section of 20m was tight with the cave walls only being a metre at most wide. Once we got past the first section it opened up and it was like a free fall down to the bottom, we controlled our speed by squeezing a handle. The harnesses really cut into your legs and it was quite painful. The view while lowering outlives down was really something. Bright blue glowing water below so clear ...

Swimming with Piranhas.. Pantanal, Brazil

A travel blog entry by mtrm on May 05, 2012

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... from him. I always thought that the Spanish and Portuguese languages ​​are very close together, and with knowledge of one of this languages it might be easy to understand the second one. In Brazil, we learnt that it is not like that. At least not for us. Even before our the first trip to Brazil, we had a look intoPortuguese dictionary, which seemed to us very similar to Spanish one. So we thought it would be "OK" when we already understand a little Spanish. ...