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Corumba lake, Caldas Novas

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Landmark Tourist Spot
Artificially formed by the damming of the Corumba River, Corumba lake offers 100 kilometers (62 mi) of coastline ideal for sunbathing. You can also jet ski, windsurf, and motorboat. The deepest part of the lake, filled in 1996, is near the dam, where it reaches 90 meters (300 ft).You can board the lake's popular schooner, and rest your eyes on the rippling green water as you float slowly on its surface. Keep in mind that the only direct access to the lake is through one of the surrounding private clubs, which offer leisurely meals in a family-friendly atmosphere. Plan to visit Corumba lake and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Caldas Novas attractions using our Caldas Novas trip itinerary planner.
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  • Nice visual, a postcard of the city. We saw go in the Yacht Club, where they stroll of escuna for him, worth the visit.
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  • We wanted to try the Lake and following the few plates arrived in very bad dirt road. We ran an excerpt of her and neither wanted to go with the car until closer to the Lake. We did the last 50 m walk. The site had litter left by people, loud sound ... well, anything good! I took 2 photos of the Lake, did a u-turn and only! Just as we saw more cars 2 doing virtually the same thing. Without any structure for tourists. Do not recommend.
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  • The Lake is beautiful, but the occupation of the surroundings is shameful. All the little existing structure is private. Asphalt access only goes up to the door of the enterprises, nautical, that expensive to be attended. The few public spaces on the edge are accessible by dirt roads very bad, full of bushes around and poorly signposted, where not even a sidewalk organized to attend.
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