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Morro Do Cuscuzeiro Reviews
Coloquei no GPS "Pedra Viva" e fomos sem preocupação, basta pagar a taxa da propriedade de R$10 que você pode subir o Morro do Cuscuzeiro, coisa que não conseguimos pois choveu nas duas tentativas. O ... more »Put in GPS "living stone" and went without concern, just pay the fee of $10 that you can climb the Hill of Couscous, which we can't because it rained in two attempts. The place has a pool, restaurant, toilets, even camping. Following the car down the road did high pictures of Hill of Couscous and Morro do Camelo, recommend.
Subimos um morro que dava vista para o cuscuzeiro. Uma Trilha a pé com dificuldade moderada. Valeu o esforço! more »We climbed a hill that gave a view of the couscous pot. A trail walk with difficulty. It was worth the effort!
Projeto Pedra Viva oferece ótima opção de acesso, com caminhada leve (1h) até a base da montanha. No local há arvorismo, lanchonete e pequenas facilidades. Vista excepcional. more »Living stone design offers great choice of access, with walk light (1:00) to the base of the mountain. On site there are trees, coffee shop and small facilities. Exceptional view.
Beautiful place, but very poorly maintained and structured. Trail very badly made, with horrible spaces to spend, mato altissimo as you travel to the Summit. We arrived at the highest point that can be reached only by trail, but with enough trouble for being poorly structured and the Bush be too high (risk of poisonous animals increases). Anyway, the place and very nice, but for being a trail in which you pay, I think they could improve. Never would take children.
The camping is equipped with taps and a mini barbecue prepared in the field. Also has hot shower and sink. Lunch is simple but tasty. The trails are well marked. Are cleaned twice a year by the Summit Group of São Carlos has many routes to climb. Endless fun..
Beautiful place!!!!! Observing this wonder is that you concluded that God even exists. It's a lovely, complex and simple Gigantism, a tiny monument if you include in your view to the surrounding nature and a colossal reference if you have the wisdom to observe your whole ecosystem, the trees, the birds, the clouds that surround. Access is paid because it is in a private property but the dirt roads that surround it (free) offer beautiful sights and moments of inspiration that we turn into better human beings. Worth it!!!!! Note In some pictures appear too morro do Camelo.
The Hill is beautiful, the trail to climb is well cared for, but the snake restaurant, if I'm not mistaken, R per person $10.00 to access it. That's a little disappointing, but understandable.
Despite the great tourist appeal the region still structuring tourism. What is good for one thing: even if explores the tourism, not tourists. On the farm which is the Hill of the couscous pot, living stone, there is, in addition to the Hill area for camping, Zipline, bow and arrow, dam, pool, climbing vertically, and a restaurant. All activities have value accessible and fair. Except, that is scheduled, all activities can be practiced on the day of visit. Lunch is one of the best in the region, it's worth it. The large number of motorcycle clubs stickers pasted on the destination restaurant is already known of motorcyclists.
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