Serra de Caldas state park, Caldas Novas

From bathing in hot springs to trekking along hilly trails, Serra de Caldas state park is a must-see outdoor mecca. Rock walls along the park's sides and a hill at the base of the mountain clearly divide this rural escape from the nearby urban areas and is easily accessible from the city. Established in 1970 to protect the basin area that is used for collecting of rainwater and that fuels the thermal springs, the park was this lovingly restored and is now a natural habitat. The oval-shaped park covers an area of around 123 sq km (1.324 sq ft) and a vast plateau at its peak. Put Serra de Caldas state park into our Caldas Novas visit planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Caldas Novas.
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  • Quiet here. Just put on the GPS. The Park has 2 self-guided trails, reasonably explained. Both end in waterfalls with pools of cold water in which it is possible to cool off. The trails are very easy to be made. There is no structure for tourists, in addition to bathrooms and water fountains. Then, depending on the time at which you wish to stay in place, take food. A bottle to fill with water at the water cooler is also very welcome, as well as sunscreen and insect repellent. For access to the Park, you pay R $5.00 per person. Walk a bit different from traditional in Caldas Novas. I highly recommend a visit.
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  • Loved the waterfalls! You can take a bath and are shallow. Self-guided trails and a natural pool perfect for children!
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  • Good place to take a walk and enjoy the Brazilian cerrado, as well as enjoy beautiful waterfalls and contact with nature.
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  • Great place to get in touch with nature in addition to contemplate lush images and examples of local wildlife, it seems advertising but that was the experience I had with my family, went with daughter of 1 year and 8 months. At the end of the tour there was a car-based utility of the CPE. In short, safety and fun for the price of R$ whimsy: 5.00 per person. Our only disappointment was with visitors who left two disposable cups behind. If you go to the Park, preserve nature. Oh and do not enter liquor.
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  • The walk a bit tiring but worth it very beautiful place much peace. Very good recommend.
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  • Beautiful Park!! There do alto da serra can have a beautiful view of the city of Caldas Novas. Recommend visita👍
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  • Beautiful place, of pure peace and a lovely natural diversity. Access to the falls is not recommended for people with disabilities. I went in early January and the volume of the water was low.
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  • Ordinance fairly organized. Museum with stuffed animals at the Park. Clean trails. Flora flagged. The Cascatinha waterfall with good fall of water and beautiful natural well. The walk to the Cascatinha waterfall is short about 10 minutes our 7 year old daughter did the quiet and even explored the places discovering bugs, flowers and plants. We found a pineapple in the foot. Worth the visit! If the Caldas Novas be sure to do this tour.
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