Mosteiro Zen Eisho-Ji - Cachoeiras dos Dragoes, Pirenopolis
(4.6/5 based on 120 reviews on the web)
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  • Gotta go with high car, preferably 4 x 4. The waterfalls are very beautiful. Has the first that are small and the latest that are too high. Need to walk on the trail about rocks. Walks well on this tour. I suggest hiring a field trip with own car.
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  • Place to be in contact with nature, beautiful waterfalls, crystal clear 8, reenergizantes. With a certain degree of difficulty for some trails are steep. There is no infrastructure, you must take the backpack with snacks and water. The trails are well marked by stones and plates, I didn't think there is need for guide. The road, although some say they need to drive high to go, I thought we were a quiet palio without many obstacles, which are crossing two rivers, 2 mud and stretches with stones. We went on a day when there was not rained, I don't know if for this reason then, found the relatively quiet way. We note that the CAT attendant (tourist center) which have passed before, influences the tourist go to certain waterfalls, are praising a lot and put obstacles in others. This was a the clerk said he had even fallen on the road doing motocross, I we rely on information from him, that we would lose the most beautiful waterfalls of Pirenópolis.
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  • It's actually a circuit of 8 waterfalls that are inside of a monastery (which I've never seen anyone doing cashout). The total must be about 1.5 km trail and goes up and down the Hill. Access isn't the best (Some 28 km of asphalt and some 12 km of Earth) but because of this it is more private than other waterfalls closest to Piri. Don't have any structure, then take snacks and drinks (to consume in the parking lot, you can't get to the waterfall)
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