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Projeto Jiboia, Bonito
(3.8/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web)
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  • The ride begins with a lecture about 1:30 The Henry and the originator of the project, says all his career with the creation of the snakes. It's quite playful with people. I don't recommend the ida who has no sense of humor. Demystifies a lot about the BOA constrictors. Price Ok! Worth knowing!
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  • Don't go expecting a lecture, because the counting historios and making fun of you talking about snakes. He interacts with the audience, as if it were a Stand up. Soon, there are people who don't like games. I particularly liked, but is of questionable taste. Good for taking pictures with the snake at the end of the lecture. Ahhh, so you no more, you get a password to take photo with the cobra after. So, if you want to leave early, arrive early to catch the first passwords.
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  • The place opens around 20 hours, but it's nice to get a little earlier to get password for the photos at the beginning. Basically there is an explanatory lecture at first and then the photos. Kids love!
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  • I liked it, very informative and even a little funny. Henrique is very passionate about the topic and knows a lot about them. His mission is to teach as many people as possible about serpents. The only thing I have to say is: don't go if you don't understand Portuguese. As the owner speaks fluent English, it would be very helpful if he'd also have the translation, even if on his television where he shows a few clips. He speaks very fast Portuguese and if you're not very fluent you'll miss a lot. My daughter was raised overseas, but understands Portuguese, during the show she was bored because it didn't capture her attention.
  • Bad Stand up comedy about snakes !
  • Muito bom.
  • Muito educativo
  • O local do projeto jiboia fica um pouco afastado do centro, usando a praça da cidade como ponto de referência, fica umas 13 quadras acima, um tanto quanto longe, mas no fim da tarde é possível fazer a caminhada sem problemas. A entrada pode ser adquirida no próprio local, quando visitei, custou R$40, um tanto quanto caro, não acredito que valia tudo isso. O local não é tão grande e existem poucos espécimes para contemplar antes da atração começar. Se você é uma pessoa que se ofende fácil, não vá. Durante a apresentação o apresentador interage muito com a platéia e algumas piadinhas não são tão legais assim, em alguns momentos me senti incomodado com piadas machistas e preconceituosas, mas enfim, vai de cada um. A apresentação é mais um stand-up, e isso tem que ser elogiado no apresentador, pois consegue envolver a atenção da platéia durante quase todo o tempo. Ao fim, você pode tirar a foto com a jiboia, não é obrigatório, mas o cara vai te encher o saco pra tentar te convencer a tirar a foto (não tem custo adicional). Sobre o projeto, fala-se muito pouco. Claro que ele fala sobre as serpentes, tenta tirar aquele preconceito que todos temos a respeito delas, cria uma conscientização ambiental sobre o tema. Mas não fica claro, se é que existe, o que o projeto faz para melhorar a sobrevivência das jiboias, como visa protegê-las, ou seja, acredito que é mais uma forma de que o proprietário tenha seu sustendo com a exibição dos animais. A noite de bonito não oferece muitas opções de lazer, então se você não for uma pessoa muito 'sensível' e estiver com dinheiro e tempo sobrando, acho que pode ser uma opção para passar o tempo.