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Community Kalunga of Engenho II, Cavalcante

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Community Kalunga of Engenho II is located in Cavalcante. Put Community Kalunga of Engenho II into our Cavalcante vacation route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Cavalcante.
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  • The place is the portal for access to the region's most visited waterfall-Santa Barbara, and must pay in addition to the Guide to the waterfalls a 20.00 fee per person. There you also has some simple but very pleasant restaurants with tasty food, redários and where you can observe some of the daily life of residents, that demonstrate simplicity but joy. It is common to give rides since the departure of Chan to the community, that depends on the driver. Being there, I recommend lunch at the restaurant Rancho Kalunga, was where we had lunch, was very quiet, just me, my husband and our guide at lunch, a wonderful food, chicken, vegetable varieties, and vegetables of the region, 30 real comfortable. It was a great stop between Cachoeira da Capivara and Santa Barbara, but don't overdo it if you still going to do the trail, to avoid any bad feeling. Note: payment only in cash.
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  • To have access to the waterfalls: Santa Barbara and Capybara necessary pass through the village and pay R$ 20.00 per person off the Guide. I think you should tell a little story or enhance this collection for improvements and etc. Need to improve customer service with the tourists.
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  • Very interesting to visit this community that houses a descendant of Quilombos. Many already living as tourist guides of the waterfalls in the region. A good way to help the community that is quite lacking. After the ride we had lunch one of the dirt-floored restaurants and home cooking taken from pots on the stove! Simply delicious!
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