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Mae Bonifacia Park, Cuiaba

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This lush 768,903 sq m (190 acre) ecological reserve is the result of a recent transformation of Cuiabá’s urban landscape. Preserving a considerable green area of the city, following the trails through the dense vegetation of Mae Bonifacia Park you will see the amazing native flora and fauna including Capuchin monkeys, capybaras, and lizards. As a popular recreational destination for locals, the park has a great energy and you will always find someone making use of its various exercise facilities. The wooden observation tower is a great place for you to look out over the canopy of trees and really appreciate the beauty of nature. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Cuiaba holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Mae Bonifacia Park and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Where to stay in Cuiaba

As a busy state capital and a major hub of commerce, Cuiaba provides a good selection of mostly mid-range hotels catering to budget visitors. Truly luxurious hotels are a rarity here, but you can choose from many decent establishments offering clean, bright rooms. Look for accommodations near downtown to stay close to the best shopping, dining, and entertainment options. For a more authentic visit, check out the city's pousadas (guesthouses), which often occupy one or more floors inside restored historical buildings.
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  • A very well preserved park inside the city. Amazing place for walks, pic-nics, jogging and for being in contact with nature.  more »
  • I was only able to spend a short time at this park, but I could easily spent much more time there. It is a beautiful park and there are many opportunities to see local Brazilian animals. There is even...  more »
  • Great park. The area is huge and it has a nice infrastucture. Entrance is free and the location is very central!  more »
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  • Great place to walk or run. Safe place. Has points to cool off with cold water and clean bathrooms. The trails are marked and there is no interference of bicyclists or skaters. The hotel of Cuiabá is attenuated through the Woods, with a bit of luck can see monkeys, agoutis and other bugs.
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