Nascente Azul tour with transfers (Regular service)
It starts with a walk approx. 50 min. To dive into the source of the River Olho D’água, a new world will be in the front of your eyes. You will float quietly in a huge aquarium with crystal clear water for approx. 2.200m. Nascente Azul tour
After, lunch is served in the receptive that still offers – Bar, restaurant, toilets, hammocks and gift shop. (Lunch is not included. Nascente Azul tour
Another option would be a horseback ride to complete the day.
Equipment for floating (neoprene clothing and boots, life jacket, mask and snorkel) are included in value. Nascente Azul tour
Barra do Sucuri tour
Fluctuate by crystalline rivers full of fish, hike the trails and bath in pristine waterfalls. Even with all the available structure to tourists, many sites seems untouched. No need to be a sportsman or adventurer to enjoy its attractions: here it is possible to be in nature without much effort and supported by professionals who understand the place.
IT’S ALL TRUE. Even being a destination that involves many water activities, Bonito can be visited in winter without problems. The temperature of the water from the springs remains constant throughout the year, around 24 ° C – cool in summer and warm in winter. On cold days, the hard part will be out of the water. Boca da onça tour
In any fluctuations, the classical picture is that of every visitor, into the water and surrounded by fish. Rio Sucuri, it is not necessary to worry about taking camera or special cover for shooting underwater: a photographer accompanying the tour will provide you the best pictures.
It is Time for adventure and fun.
How to get to Bonito
Bonito is just at 300 kms away from Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul capital. The city has its own airport, but it is not the best option to reach the final destination because the flights are few and expensive.
The Trip Cost Includes
- REGULAR SERVICE
- TRANSFERS IN & OUT
- ENTRANCE TICKETS
- BILINGUAL GUIDE
The Trip Cost DOES NOT Include
- TIPS FOR GUIDE
- ANY MEALS