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A bit of a drive, a lot of a climb, but the views are extraordinary. Truly in the top 10 things to see. Combine the Cliffs of Moher with your favorite mountain range and you will get close. Even the sunset lives up to the...More
Chapada Diamantina is an absolute amazing place! Too much beautiful nature , loved every minute!
Our Tour Guide Pablo was absolutely amazing and dedicated a whole day for the tours in which we had loads of time to relax at the places and lunch in...More
The view is breathtaking, reminding me a bit of Utah but greener, and is best seen around sunset when the shadows are long. A popular highlight is the heart-shaped rock in the foreground. What also took my breath away was the climb from the car...More
After touring many of the natural attractions at Chapada Diamantina, we've decided to close the day by visiting Pai inacio.
What a great place. The hike to the top is relatively easy and the view is spectacular. It costs about 6 reais to gain access...More
Great place to see the sunset. Tons of viewpoints to take pictures so even when it's full of people you're not waiting in lines trying to get that perfect picture. We had a whole school up there when I was there and I till managed...More
Visiting closes at 5pm. We got to the ticket office 5:02 and you can't imagine how hard it was to convince them to let 4 of us in, after 6 hour drive! We pretty much ran up the steep and challenging-to -climb mountain. Some of...More
This is the most famous view of the Chapada da Diamantina with good reason. Easy hike to the top from which you have a 360 degree view of the area. It was not too busy when we visited, but the wind was extremely strong, adding...More
We saw the line of people hiking up the steep cliffside and scrambled to the top for a long sunset over the canyons. This would be followed by an intense trip down the dark cliff-face when the sunlight rolled away. I was reminded of the...More