Martinha Waterfall, Chapada dos Guimaraes
(2.9/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
Visit Martinha Waterfall for a day of refreshing fun! The waterfall is easily accessible, on the road between Chapada dos Guimarães and Campo Verde. This site consists of a sequence of cascading falls, providing you with little places to stop and feel the water passing by. It’s good for swimming, if you like icy cold water. Otherwise, the lush surroundings are perfect for camping and enjoying a barbecue with your friends. See Martinha Waterfall and all Chapada dos Guimaraes has to offer by arranging your trip with our Chapada dos Guimaraes trip itinerary builder.
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  • I didn't like ... this place is beautiful but the access until he found very dangerous (robbery). For those who like "Googie" (the people call of careless person) this site is great! On the weekends is crowded during the week which is when you have very few people-sometimes no one but you and your group-I feel quite insecure because I've heard about a couple of rounds. Zero policing. Many slippery stones and the dirt left (by whom?) by humans. Beings that should be rational. You know that thing we call plastic bags to put our dirt, as disposable among others? Yes, many do not know and play their trash right there, in nature. They must find that their hands will fall if you do that. Beautiful waterfall. ' porquisse ' zero! I don't intend to come back, I don't think it's worth it in any sense.
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  • The Martinha waterfall is a sequence of good falls d water ´, that are worth to spend the afternoon bathing is possible get in the water and forget everything! The landscape is beautiful, too bad some tourists think trash goes to the Recycle Bin on my own. Admission is free, but you can leave a "pass" for the bar that sits in front of the entrance. The staff of the bar pays a bucket with this collection and collect the trash they leave in the waterfall. If the tourists were more polite, don't need it.
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  • What pleasure to freshen up after a good walk under the Sun thinking about the hat and sunscreen and take water to drink well fun
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