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Rola Moca State Park, Brumadinho

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A large green area set aside for the protection of a diverse ecosystem, Rola Moca State Park harbors a unique community of plants and animals called the canga, composed of over 200 plant species divided up into 70 families. At this park you can see pineapple-like bromeliads, orchids, and succulents resembling flora usually exclusive to desert areas. You can also catch a glimpse of one of two deer species living here. Walk the trails alone or with a guided group, but don't forget to wear a sweater as the elevation here is high and temperatures have a tendency to drop quickly in the afternoon hours. Bring a blanket and stay late to see the setting sun disappear behind these verdant mountains. With our online itinerary creator, Brumadinho attractions like Rola Moca State Park can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Great place! Wonderful view of the natural viewpoints ... place to stroll with the family I suggest continue until the village of White House and lunch somewhere. Very close to BH ... great for anyone who is BH.
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  • I went with the College to make field class. I fell in love with the place! The day was cold, so I thought it was pretty nice weather. The best thing that happened, was I have seen a carcará closely! Unforgettable!
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  • We passed within the Park and made a stop in viewpoints. There are two: one with a view of Belo Horizonte and another overlooking the Sierra.
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