A dip in the natural beauty of Bonito MS

17 11 2010

Floating Rio da Prata - Andre Seale

One of the most beautiful ecological tours of Brazil, the destination in Mato Grosso do Sul and the fauna includes a veritable amusement park of nature when it comes to the practice of adventure sports.

Besides trails with waterfalls and impressive falls, Bonito custody of the Abyss Anhumas, which is the biggest underwater cave in the world, and rivers where you can dive, ride a boat, buoy-cross practice or simply float at the mercy of the currents.

Besides all this natural beauty, the destination also surprised by the rules for its preservation: the attractions they receive a limited number of tourist guides and hire qualified to enjoy the paradise is required.

Tip
To dive in clear waters, the same ones you see in postcards, go between June and September, when it rains less in the region and the water becomes clearer.

Attractions

To see in a weekend

With little time, make floating in the River Plate, where the fun is swimming alongside fish such as gold and pirarucus. For those who enjoy hiking, the trail passes through the resort Mimosa eight waterfalls.

To see in 4 days

Visit the cave of the Blue Lagoon, listed as a natural monument. To get there, you must descend a staircase of 294 steps, steep, unlit and slippery in rainy weather. The effort is rewarded by the sight of the lake, with 87 meters deep, 120 feet wide and a stunning crystal blue. Lighter, the ride to the Araras, with 124 yards and a lake, enchanted by the rare scarlet macaws that nest there.

To view in 7 days

Take the time to do scuba diving in the waters of the River Plate and the Abyss of Anhumas.

Source: Uniclass

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Dive Sites in Ilhabela – Brazil

27 05 2010

 

Ilhabela is strategically located between the two largest cities in Brazil (250 km from São Paulo and 350 km from Rio de Janeiro). It is the right destination for divers on the São Paulo coast. If you like to party with beatiful people, plan your visit in July when the town hosts the International Sailing Week.

The island is covered with Atlantic Rainforest and has more than thirty waterfalls. There are dives for all tastes, from snorkeling to technical, including famous shipwrecks such as the Aymoré and the Velásquez.

One of the largest, if not the largest, concentration of shipwrecks in Brazil is located to the south and east of the island. Ironically, the sea in Ilhabela is calm most of the time. More than one hundred ships are believed to lie at the bottom of the blue Atlantic. Ships from centuries past, sailboats, fishing boats, all types of vessels have transformed Ilhabela into the largest naval graveyard in Brazil.

The island is also shrouded in legend. During the sisteenth century, english pirates used to sail around Ilhabela where they are said to have hid treasures pillaged from Spanish galleons loaded with gold.

The mos famous lost treasure stor in Ilhabela involves the pirate Cavendish, who supposedly buried a large amount of gold in Saco do Sombrio. If this is true, hurry up! The treasure is still there. Welcome to the Shipwreck Heaven! The diving island!

See dive sites in Ilhabela!

Source: Brazil Diving Guide





Acquamania terminating the activities this summer

6 03 2010

 

The crazy about water and fun in the midst of slides and pools made good use of the summer season of 2010 in the aquapark Acquamania annexed to the Panorama Hotel in Foz do Iguaçu, PR – Brazil.

The site goes out of business this Monday, March 08 and returns to action on October 12. The park has eight slides from 6 to 22 feet, seven swimming pools, children’s entertainment space with dolphins, waterfalls and giant frogs. All this in an area of 20,000 m².

In addition to all the attractions of the site, customers can still enjoy the ride to visit one of the biggest attractions in the world, which is close to the park, the Iguazu Falls.