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Gruta Duto do Quebo, Nobres

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  • Boia cross with a lot of adventure and excitement. The cave Quebó duct is in a private farm and the path is very nice and could see birds and animals of the region. We were very well received by Valmir, Kleber and Ana Julia.
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  • We make the ball cross with the Wellington guide who was attentive and gave us instructions. Can't go barefoot because there are stretches that you pull up on the rocks and have to push. If possible take neoprene sneaker or crocs and put a shirt to help protect the body. They provide helmets, vests, buoys and a few flashlights and slippers, but these last 2 don't have to all. Don't go for sunglasses or slippers because you can lose them. As I went to the Carnival and it is the rainy season, the River was pretty full and it was pretty fun, but I confess that inside the cave with the sound of the bat hit a chicken!!! heheehehe not recommend for children because the buoys can turn in some points. In my group had a boy who scraped his knee on the rocks.
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  • We went to the Carnival that year (2017), it rained almost every day and the River was pretty full. We arrived in the late afternoon and we expect only 2 classes for our time. For starters there was no equipment for everybody, the Guide (Amanda) had said it was all right to go. We went down the River in a group of 5 people + the Toyota driver took us to the local q + the Guide. Had no teaching for most of the path the Guide went ahead without support for people, the driver helped us more than the tab. At the entrance of the cave the chute was stronger and again n we were instructed and not warned of this, result, Argentines lead g., 5 q went down 4 got hurt, and 2 got stuck between the rocks, total despair. Lack of capacity and experience of the Guide for this kind of ride, 2 people lost the slippers that my view is very important, because many times we use feet as support in rocks and branches. I think that the agencies should not disclose this tour during which the river is more crowded, except to train and enable better guides. At the Inn where I was many groups complained about the neglect of the people guiding the descent.
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