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Explore the Tijuca Forest National Park in Rio de Janeiro on this half-day guided tour. Hike along a loop circuit, visiting a variety of attractions off the beaten path. Learn about the history of the park, one of the largest replanted urban forests on the planet. See the Cascatinha Taunay waterfall, the delicate pink Mayrink Chapel, the Cova da Onça suspension bridge, and a bat cave. Then, cool off at Baronesa Cascade waterfall.
Experience the lush Tijuca Forest National Park in Rio de Janeiro
The tour combines history, adventure, and nature
HIke about 3.7 miles (6 kilometers) through the national park
It is considered a moderate hike; no technical rock climbing

This Tijuca Forest tour circuit, visits a variety of attractions in the National Park that are not well known so it has a more exclusive touch. HIking approx. 6,4 km (3.8 miles), on trails made in 19th century, when the area was occupied by coffee farms and you’ll discover and learn the history of Tijuca National Park, one of the largest replanted urban forest in the planet.Along the way we visit Cascatinha Taunay (highes waterfall in the park), the Mayrink Chapel (from 1850), the Cova da Onça Bridge, the Eucalyptus Forest (an old slave cemetery) and the Bats’s Grotto (biggest gneiss cave in Brazil).After that you cool off at Baronesa Cascade waterfall, and start descending to the starting point and on the way visitng some other historical attractions of the park.The tour combines history, adventure, nature, a waterfall shower, among other attractions, visiting somehow hidden spots that reveal the beauty and personality of Rio and its tropical rainforest.

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