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Gruta dos Crioulos, Campos Do Jordao

(1/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Gruta dos Crioulos is a huge, stone cave that was used by slaves as protection to escape. There is a snack bar in the front. Put Gruta dos Crioulos and other Campos Do Jordao attractions into our Campos Do Jordao itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Access by land a little scary on rainy days, but the place is very interesting. It is a cave formed by a huge round stone, supported by some trees, with a huge space under it. There are also two levels inside the cave and a hole at the top, where you can spend out almost on top of big rock. The sad thing is that there is a lot of graffiti inside the place, everybody thinks they're important enough to write you were there ... someone asked?
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  • The place is nice but not all that. It's sad at the same time due to being a place where slaves if taking refuge. It is interesting, however, I don't think it's a must go place to meet in campos do jordão.
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  • The location is beautiful? Don't. Is well maintained? Don't. Has anything very interesting to do? Don't. Access is easy and uncomplicated. Don't. So what the hell is there that makes this place great? HISTORY! Smells like past nostalgia ... Enter the cave, it was an escape route at the time of slaves makes you feel all the past in the skin. I thought it was fantastic because I like it, but only go if you have enough strength ... because you can even feel bad. It's a lot of energy ... you feel on your skin the suffering that was back in the days of slavery. Is nature in its most natural state possible.
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