Parque Estadual da Serra do Mar - Nucleo Cunha, Cunha
(4.9/5 based on 220 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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  • The Park has 3 tracks, the first, smaller, you can do without a monitor, the other two, longer, should I book to go with the Park Guide. Well maintained, well signposted. Recommend take a snack and water because it has no infrastructure to eat.
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  • To reach the entrance to the State Park, are 15 miles of paved road from km highway 56.5 Cunha-Paraty. It takes about 1:00 only this path of Earth. At the entrance, we are instructed to go to the visitor center to get information in relation to the Park trails monitored or not. Are 3 tracks, being the only guided not 1.7 km, and degree of difficulty easy. The other 7 km and 14 km are moderate and hard. The Park is well signposted, including has areas for picnics, playground and waterfall bath.
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  • The place and very beautiful, but its location and far from everything, we get approximately 1 hour of dirt road to reach. The Park doesn't count with great infrastructure with the power ratio of visitors, so if you plan to visit the site, but still if you're with children, don't forget to take snacks!
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