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Floresta Park Adventure, Campinas
(3.2/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
Floresta Park Adventure is located in Campinas. To visit Floresta Park Adventure on your holiday in Campinas, and find out what else Campinas has to offer, use our Campinas travel itinerary maker.
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  • I went with my son and my wife, the attractions for children are great downside is that for each attraction can only go once and all are paid. The service is very good but the lunch as the quality isn't the best. The internet connection is pretty bad and therefore the card machines sometimes do not work, it is best to take money, is more certain.
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  • The food is varied and tasty. Had rib on the floor, it was delicious. They had several choices of desserts typical of the farm (sweet rice, Hominy, sweet pumpkin, blancmanges, ambrosia, gelatin) but still in my opinion lacked a basic milk pudding. Leisure options for children are legal for a younger child but I consider onerous, for example R$ 25.00 a horse ride that lasts less than 10 minutes. Or the option of 50.00 reais package included all activities 1 x (horse ride, back tractor, zip line, fishing, mini zoo, pula pula, trampoline). I know it's a restaurant and stop serving food at 3:40 pm, but as the site is a farm could stay late, that families could extend to all afternoon on the site. Only after the end of the buffet will cleaning the tables, waiters stop answering and the attractions are closed, all that remains is to leave. That is, within the lunch break of the 12:30 at 3:45 pm, you have to drink beer, eat, stay on the playground, look the child 1 x in each attraction, go back to eating dessert, and if you're lucky you still have coffee. As I arrived at the site around 1:30 pm everything was gone and unable to enjoy as much as I would like.
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  • We had a second chance, and made a further visit, this time for breakfast. The food is still very tasty, and has some very interesting options like white cheese on the plate, tapioca, cakes, among others. Still have to get there early because the place fills up, but are opened two buffets, and it is easy to get the food, without the need of having to waiting in long lines as at lunch. The entertainments for children are reasonable, highlights the zip line and climbing wall, but the attractions require more care. An example is the apparent indifference to animals and "mini site", with a slim calf, and a horse that wouldn't stop licking the empty trough. Even in the playground, some toys have already been destroyed down to the nub, others were dirty and well ". Valley as an option not to stay home.
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