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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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  • There's a lot to do in this place. We can fish, sail, spend the day at their banks or just meet. To Crown your stay at Caldas Novas take a day to get to know this place.
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  • The Lake Corumbá is the reservoir of the hydroelectric dam of Corumbá 3, if I'm not mistaken, in the rio Corumbá, a handsome, pleasant place, where you can go boating, fishing and swimming. A good tourist destination, a good ride.
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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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Where to stay in Caldas Novas

Caldas Novas features an impressive tourist infrastructure that includes nearly 100 hotels and guesthouses, many with heated swimming pools supplied by the area's natural thermal system. The town's chain hotels are packed during weekends and holidays, so it's a good idea to reserve in advance if you plan to visit during those times. Caldas Novas offers plenty of good eateries, but if you'd rather take the guesswork out of your dinner plans, pick your hotel based on the reputation of the onsite restaurant.
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