Parque Estadual da Serra do Mar - Nucleo Cunha, Cunha

Categories: Outdoor Activities
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4.9/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Possessed of rushing falls, trickling streams, and lush vegetation, Parque Estadual da Serra do Mar - Nucleo Cunha contains Brazil’s largest continuous area of Atlantic Forest. Stretching over 3,150 sq km (315,000 hectares), the park is home to 373 species of birds, 111 species of mammals, 22 endangered species, and 1,265 plant species. If you prefer to explore the jungle up close, the park also has 21 tracks to wander. Our Cunha travel itinerary planner makes visiting Parque Estadual da Serra do Mar - Nucleo Cunha and other Cunha attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • We've been twice already in the Park and we had a pleasant surprise and experience an excellent structure. The three tracks offered, two of them are monitored with scheduling needs, we have the opportunity to be in the midst of nature preserved today.
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  • Nice place with self-guided trails and a lot of life. The place is worth. Great to photograph and enjoy an end of day.
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  • The Park is 20 km, dirt road, highway wedge/Paraty. The road is in good condition. At the headquarters of the Park has toilets but has no place for meals or snacks. There's a room with a few samples of snakes and spiders kept in glasses and skeletons of animals. The Park has a trail of 1700 mt (approximately 1 hour) which starts and ends in the same place (you don't need a guide and don't even have time). Another trail of approximately 7000 mt (approximately 5 hours) is made only with guides and leaves the 10:00 hours. Did the 1700 mt trail, which passes by some waterfalls, pond and several species of Atlantic forest trees (flagged as Solanum paniculatum, grumixava, etc.), various bromeliads and wonderful nature. During the trail's marking of meters have travelled (500, 1000 and 1500). On site parking and admission is free.
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