We know that not everyone has a very adventurous spirit, right? Anyway, some walks connected to nature should be done by everyone who has the opportunity. After all, it is always a good challenge to get out of our comfort zone.
For those who like hiking, for example, it is possible to make wonderful trails around our country. So, to facilitate your work, we will share five wonderful paths that everyone should know. If you like this type of tour, be sure to look at the post with a few more incredible trails to do in Brazil.
THE Amazon it is an amazing place, especially for those who do not know much about the local culture. As it is a very large state, it is necessary to choose some places to visit. One of them, which cannot be left out of your script, is Presidente Figueiredo.
Located within the municipality of Manaus, the area has more than 100 waterfalls! Can you imagine? And the trails through the caves are also incredible. Those who are curious can take a look at a complete itinerary by Amazon 😉
Beautiful island it is a destination well known to residents of the state of São Paulo, but it could very well be visited by people from other regions of the country. In addition to the beautiful beaches, the trails there are all beautiful and perfect for those who want to disconnect a little.
Ilhabela State Park is usually the gateway to all of them, including other tours around the island. The Cachoeira do Gato trail, for example, is 4 km (round trip) and takes an average of an hour and a half to complete!
Chapada dos Guimaraes
Another very traditional trip when we think of trails is for the Chapada dos Guimaraes. The landscapes of the place are simply surreal, with huge walls and caves. One of the most interesting facts regarding this destination is that it has trails for all tastes.
It doesn’t matter if you want to walk for two hours or three days, there are options for both preferences. The trail to Bridal Veil Waterfall it is undoubtedly the most sought after. Still, it is also worth knowing the Rooster Crest it’s at Stone Town.
Itatiaia National Park
How about getting to know our country’s first national park? Itatiaia National Park is known especially for Pico das Agulhas Negras and Pico das Prateleiras, two places with super high altitudes and a view worthy of a movie set.
The two routes are a little complicated for those who are not used to hiking, but nothing that is very impossible to complete.
To give you an idea of how beautiful it is Capitol, we mentioned the region in a post with 10 Brazilian destinations to visit in 2019. The style of walking there is very similar to those made in Veadeiros Plateau – that is, trails, waterfalls and many charming landscapes.
One of the most famous hikes there is the Sun Trail, passing through a complex of breathtaking waterfalls. The entrance to the beginning of the trail is paid, costing R $ 40.00 (February / 2019). The route is well signposted and not very difficult to complete.
Did you like the tips? If you know other incredible trails around Brazil, be sure to comment here 🙂