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Aldeia dos Indios Guaranis, Bertioga

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Most of Bertioga’s visitors are domestic tourists, many of whom have holiday homes in the area. When the owners aren’t enjoying a vacation, they rent out the properties, at what is often a very reasonable rate. These homes-away-from-home vary widely, ranging from studio apartments to luxurious villas. If you’d prefer to stay in a hotel on your vacation, consider any of a number of large establishments near the beachfront. Bear in mind that prices tend to increase the closer you get to the sea. Bed and breakfasts or inns, referred to as “pousadas,” are often more budget friendly.
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  • Brazil young country and yet very little explored and understood. We fight and we criticize a lot our country and the potential of it. Waste time trying to understand right and wrong. Our legacy is to take advantage of everything good and refuse the bad things. The Indians are there, will those who want to visit them, so why this can't be a good thing. Good for tourism, for the knowledge of who we really are and who we want to be. Good for them and for the community that live near them. We have to see this village, one of the last in the State of são paulo and in Brazil, as a rare opportunity to spiritual growth as a human being. In the village have things wrong? Yes, but they also have many really cool, and it's worth it.
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  • Beautiful place full of life and peace Great to observe the guarani culture and learn from them Has a beautiful waterfall at the end of the village
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  • If you don't expect a tribe with naked Indians and hollow without power (tb, are just a few km from the city) is sensational. Crafts beautiful and cheap, and an amazing reception by the Guarani, the ride in the tribe brought me a sense of communion and fellowship with the natives. Even without finding the Chief Afonso, was met by Sergio, one of the leaders of the tribe, which talked for several hours about the spiritual culture Guarani. I had the opportunity to receive a blessing on "prayer house" and get a nice pipe clay. Recomendadissimo!
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