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Mae Bonifacia Park, Cuiaba

(4.2/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Wonderful place and familiar to walk and do physical activity. Very Woody and thus provides a pleasant moment and very nice with great company.
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  • Cool place and very good for those who like to exercise, meet friends and enjoy the nature.
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  • a super cool space for a walk alone or accompanied. ideal to take children to play freely in contact with nature. good to do a walk, exercise or simply get out of the routine and enjoy a little flora and fauna amidst the excitement of Cuiabá. I thought it was very positive and well-kept clean bathrooms, water fountains all working with cold water.
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