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Ride through Tijuca National Park's rainforest in an open-top Jeep during this half-day trip from Rio. During guided eco-tour, hike through the forest to spot sloths, butterflies, monkeys, and birds. Enjoy panoramic views from Vista Chinesa (Chinese View) and marvel at the fact that this section of the Mata Atlântica (Atlantic Forest) is just 10 minutes outside the city limits. Round-trip transportation from Rio hotels is included.
Discover the remarkable Pedra do Telégrafo during this 6-hour hiking tour in Rio de Janeiro. Travel to Pedra Branca State Park and start up the trail from Praia Grande in Barra de Guaratiba. Trek 2 miles (3.5 km) to the 1,161-foot (354-meter) summit, stopping at viewpoints and picturesque lookouts along the way. Get views of Rio's area beaches like Praia do Perigoso, Praia do Meio, Grumari, Pontal do Recreio, Barra da Tijuca, Pedra da Gávea and all the Restinga da Marambaia. Round-trip transportation is included with the private tour option.
Get a glimpse into local life in Rio de Janeiro during a favela tour that reveals a different side of the Marvelous City. In an intimate group limited to 12 travelers, you’ll explore two of the largest favelas in Rio, and benefit from the local insight of a guide as you learn more about living conditions in the city.
Hike to Pico da Tijuca, the tallest peak in Tijuca National Park. This half-day hiking adventure with a professional guide introduces you to the natural history of the Tijuca Forest and treats you to unparalleled views via a rock-carved staircase. See Rio from above, marvel at the beauty of a pristine waterfall and visit the Tijuca National Park Museum. Upgrade to venture with your own personal guide on a private tour that includes round-trip hotel transport.
Take a challenging hike to one of Rio de Janeiro’s most scenic viewpoints during this small-group excursion. Trek through Tijuca Rainforest to reach the famous Pedra da Gavea for stunning views of the city. Discover local wildlife, refresh yourself in a waterfall, learn about the history of Rio, and rock climb up a small section to reach the famous rock. This tour is recommended for those with strong physical fitness.
Take your Rio de Janeiro visit to new heights thanks to this small-group hiking excursion to the top of Pedra da Gavea. Travel to Rio’s Tijuca rainforest for your ascent of this 2,770-foot (844-meter) pinnacle of rock, admiring local wildlife during the steep climb. You’ll eventually strap on climbing equipment, completing a few basic rock climbing sections on your trip to the top. Enjoy stunning views of greater Rio from the peak before rappelling back down. A guide and all necessary equipment are all included.
Hike the Horto waterfalls circuit in Tijuca National Park on this half-day morning tour, led by a specialist guide. Starting from Jequitibá Waterfall, you’ll walk at a leisurely pace along a forest trail ending at Shower Waterfall, aka Box Waterfall. Stand or wade under the rock-walled cascades for a refreshing shower before reversing your steps. Upgrade to venture with your own personal guide on a private tour that includes round-trip hotel transport.
Explore Tijuca National Park with a local guide on a 4-hour hike. Learn about native plant and animal species and look out for tropical birds and reptiles along the trail. Swim in a natural lagoon and then take a rest with gorgeous Rio de Janeiro views. This tour is deal for visitors looking for an adventure in Brazil. Escape the city, immerse yourself in nature and learn about Brazilian wildlife.
Have a real experience of what the Favela was like and today!
Russo Guia, has been working for 20 years within Vidigal, 17 years in a small local business, and for over 2 as a guide. With it you will have an experience that only a resident can provide, besides valuing the local culture,
Qualification, took a local Guide training course by INADH, National Institute of Human Development .Currently taking another Protur Tourism Guide Course, knows and is well known within Vidigal
- Sitiê Ecological Park, former dump and today a place for environmental education and vegetable garden!
- Vidigal Olympic Village and graffiti court from above!
- Arvrão: place with the best panoramic view and the famous bars Bar da Laje, Mirante do Arvrão and Alto Vidigal
- Pope's Chapel: place visited by Pope John Paul II in 1980!
- Arts shortcut: graffiti wall (Graffiti by local artist @ tarm1 on instagran and other outside artists!)
Spend the day trekking through the lush Tijuca Rainforest on this small-group tour. Discover local wildlife as you make your way up to Taquara Hill which is 330 feet (100 meters) higher than Christ the Redeemer. Take in views of Rio, visit caves and grottoes, and take a dip on the refershing pools of the Baronesa Waterfall. This is a challenging hike for those with good physical fitness.
Take an atypical adventure to discover the iconic favelas (slums) of Rio de Janeiro on a 5-hour urban hiking tour. Start at the top of Vidigal and follow your guide to Morro Dois Irmaos. Photograph Rocinha, Pedra de Gavea, Serra da Carioca, and many other iconic favelas from special lookout points. Along the way, listen to live commentary on the history and distinctive cultures within each community.
Hike through Tijuca National Park's rainforest on this 6-hour eco-tour from Rio. Follow your local adventure guide to Pico da Tijuca, the highest peak in Rio, to see remarkable views of Rio and Guanabara Bay. As you walk, listen to engaging facts from your guide about the history, flora and fauna of the rainforest. This moderate 1.5-hour hike is an active and educational way to explore Rio's surroundings and the tour includes round-trip transportation from Rio hotels.
The Telegraph Stone stands out for the incredible photos that show people on the edge of the abyss, achieved through a specific angle that creates an optical illusion in photography.
During the tour of the Pedra do Telégrafo trail we will travel 3.5 km of trail and moderate hiking, our expert guide on the site will pass through several viewpoints and beautiful breathtaking visuals. One of them is the well-known one to have been spread in several social networks. It is a large pointed rock where there is room to stand.
The impression is that, beneath the stone, there is an abyss. The summit of Morro do Telégrafo is quite large and there are several interesting spots for photography. Do not worry that our guide to the Telegraph Stone is trained in photography and knows the best angles for the best photos. And remember: Mountain is spot for contemplation and introspection.
Explore the Serra do Cipó National Park, part of the Espinhaço Range's UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, on this full-day trekking tour from Belo Horizonte. Follow a guide through the park and listen to commentary on the flora, fauna (including several endangered species), and unique ecosystem. National Park fees and round-trip transportation from Belo Horizonte hotels included.
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This rock is located on the West side of Rio 40 kilometers away from Copacabana, in a safe neighborhood, outside of the common tourist route.
Because of the distance it's a must to go by Car.
the tour without transportation(based on meeting point)
I can help you out to find transportation. Ask me after booking your experience.
Sunrise: 2:30 AM
Morning hike: 6AM
Sunset hike: 2:30 PM
Marvel at some of Brazil’s most beautiful beaches on a full-day trip from São Paulo. Alongside your guide and small group, follow walking trails replete with flora and fauna and visit secluded beaches considered the area’s most impressive. First, arrive at White Beach—so called because of its pristine sands—before hiking to Black Beach for a refreshing dip in the sea. Proceed to Camburizinho Beach via the impressive Camburi Waterfall before resting on the soft surface of White Beach at the end of your tour.
In this tour you will get to know some of the places of the city of Rio de Janeiro called "Little Africa" by artist and sambista Heitor dos Prazeres in the early twentieth century. These sites are part of the historical and archaeological circuit of celebration and awareness of the African heritage of blacks in Brazil.
"Little Africa" has come to identify a significant part of the city's waterfront, where African presence and black cultural heritage have forever marked the history, not just of Rio de Janeiro but throughout Brazil.
Often blacks from all over the country were welcomed there, usually by "Aunt Ciata" who was a very important figure for this whole historical process. It is through this walk through "Little Africa" you will also get to know the Cultural Center "Tia Ciata", Museum of New Blacks, Cais do Valongo, hanging garden and we will finish in Pedra do Sal where besides the historical collection also has great bars and restaurants of typical Afro-Brazilian foods.
This is a private tour, our guide will go all the way respecting your pace, so you don't have to work hard to keep up with other people or wait for stragglers, avoiding this common situation when hiking mixed-group trails with different rhythms.
we will give you all the support you need to reach the peak of
the largest seaside monolith in the world.
Our team uses safety equipment for the most difficult sections, and to descend the "Carrasqueira", a 30 meter high stretch, we have climbing equipment, ropes, carabiners, ribbons, brakes and helmets to ensure the maximum safety possible.
It is recommended to take:
Sneakers; Light clothing (and bath); 3lt Water; Repellent; Sunscreen; Snacks.
Taking a trail is already something special, being in touch with nature and even breaking exercise.
Morro Dois Irmãos trail is unique in itself. It has a stunning look and very close to the sea.
Imagine being able to make the trail as safely as possible and with a registered, experienced and breaking Tourism Guide to have your photos registered in a very special way?
In addition to all the nature of the trail, and the composition of the city and nature, the guide will be able to explain to you in rich details about what they will observe, the history of the place and its formation.
This is a unique experience, as you will have the opportunity to walk through the original area of Belo Horizonte, where the city was originally built and from where it was developed to what it is currently. During the tour, we will visit several important points of interest of the city and in all of them, the historical and cultural importance of each location will be explained. We will make a geographical, historical, cultural and architectural contextualization of each place we go. In the end, visitors will have a much broader view of the city of Belo Horizonte (and the state of Minas Gerais) than they used to have previously. After just over 3.5 hours of this walking tour, visitors will have more historical and cultural knowledge about the city than most locals.
Tijuca Forest is huge and it can be hard to find your way if you’re traveling there alone. Combine this Tijuca Forest tour and tree canopy ride from Rio, and take a hike with a guide through the rain forest to see its most beautiful sights without getting lost. Plus, you’ll go through a fun course up in the trees that has 36 obstacles, including swinging bridges, ziplines, and tunnels.
Accompanied by a Cultural Tourism Guide registered by the Ministry of Tourism, they will have information from the Brazilian colonial period to the present day. Focusing on the history of Paraty and its economic cycles, Ouro; Sugarcane liquor; Coffee; Historical Isolation and; Tourism.