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Chapada Diamantina

Considered the new frontier of Ecotourism in Brazil, the Chapada Diamantina National Park is a scenery mountain range with amazing formations in Bahia. This fascinating natural park offers uncountable waterfalls, mysterious caves and an extraordinary variety of ecosystems. Landscape of mesas, weird and fantastic rock formations aboveground, a system of quartzite caves with crystal clear lakes and underground rivers. Aboveground, you can arange a tour of the park by bike, off-road, canoe and by foot, as well as by mule and horses. Combine these activities with a swim in a cool waterhole to experience the park in many forms.

About Chapada Diamantina

 

 Chapada Diamantina brings together varied natural and cultural attractions in the heart of Bahia. Right for those seeking peace and tranquility or who is searching for history and adventure script.

The principal attractions are the Ribeirao do Meio rock slide, a half-hour's walk west of Lençóis, with a 100 foot natural cascade; the Sossego waterfall and the Fumaça waterfall, named that for the water tumbling down 1100 ft creating a misty “smoke” as the water evaporates. This was considered Brazil’s highest waterfall until a longer one was discovered in the Amazon.

Many people go to Chapada Diamantina to dive, finding a perfect scenery in Gruta da Pratinha - approximately 390 feet wide and from 4.5 to 7.5 feet deep. Descend by natural stairs into a crystal clear lake. And Os Impossíveis – called the Impossibles for a difficult entrance but once in the crater shaped area at the bottom of a 100 foot pit with vertical walls, rewarded with white stalagmites and access to various tunnels. The main Northwestern passage offers an unforgettable snorkling experience. Poço de Milú and Poço Encantado are great for the activities described.

The other way to explore the caves in the region is by bike. Hike the trails to Morro do Pai Inácio, Morro do Camelo, Monte Tabor (also called Marrão). You can also rappel down many of the cliff faces, or into a waterfall or cave.

Natopia offers you a range of experiences to help you get the most of the natural wonders Chapada Diamantina has to offer. If you cannot find what you are looking for let us know and with our knowledge, connections, and access we will help you find the natural experiences that will make your trip to Chapada Diamantina something you will remember for a lifetime.