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Tres Quedas Waterfall, Brotas

(4.1/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
As you might imagine, Tres Quedas Waterfall consists of three waterfalls, surrounded by lush and preserved nature. The walk to the falls is worth the trip itself with sighting of exotic animals, the sound of birds singing, and the gorgeous trees providing a nice nature respite. You can take a break at the gazebo, watching the rafters head down the water, or try it yourself. Other than rafting, you can go horseback riding, canyoning, rappelling, or take a nap in one of the strategically placed hammocks. There is a small pool if you prefer to take a dip there rather than the very cold water of the falls. A restaurant stands at the entrance of the site, ready to take you in and fill you up with energy. Arrange to visit Tres Quedas Waterfall and other attractions in Brotas using our Brotas tourist route planner.
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  • Camping very good for those who have child-clean bathrooms and hot water. Has a pool and restaurant, and the waterfalls are beautiful.
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  • No negative points. Did the canyoning, perfect. Recommend to all these excellent adventure. I didn't do other activities on site.
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  • The waterfalls of the place are beautiful. The first is small and shallow. The second is great for swimming and enjoy the falls. The third is the farthest, with the biggest fall, but shallow and with many slippery stones. The ride is worth it for the second waterfall. The best I've ever met in Brotas. The farm also offers other tours, as the zip line, which I also did. Also has a restaurant with homemade food for a fair price.
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