Rosario Falls, Pirenopolis

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Rosario Falls is not just about the waterfalls but it’s a fuller experience involving a wood-burning stove, home-cooked meals, and even a hammock. Rosario Falls is best reached by car about 38km (23.6 mi) from the center of Pirenópolis, nine km (5.6 mi) of the journey is a dirt road. Upon arrival, the owners, Democritus and Jacqueline, welcome you with fruit, cheese, and guava. The hike to the falls is of moderate difficulty, bringing you to the refreshing waters of the falls. Swim in the natural pools either at the base of the falls or the less populated pools near the top. After an active day of swimming and sunbathing, return to a delicious, homemade meal prepared with local and fresh foods, enjoying the fresh air of the countryside. Complete the incredible day with a nap in a hammock, relishing in your enjoyable experience. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Rosario Falls and many more Pirenopolis attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Pirenopolis trip builder .
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  • One of the most beautiful waterfalls we have ever seen! Not by the force of the water, but the beauty itself.. It forms more ... the water is transparent, rasa, and well chilled. The site has a unique energy. How can not enter with booze and sound that hinders the entry of "rioters". Just being there to describe the beauty of this place. the trail to reach the waterfall is relatively short, between 5 and 8 minutes. The path is lined with flat stones, clean and flagged. It is not difficult for a person without physical limitations do. Of course it's step.. tired a little, to breathe and continues! But my husband who is chubby and smoker was quietly! The natural pools are beautiful, and it's pretty close to the waterfall. Women who are afraid of snakes and spiders like me: I didn't see any. Hahahah I'm too chicken, short and not bothered my husband because I didn't want to go. I only say one thing: don't let go because not regretted! About the restaurant. We pay 90 Reals each (with the park entrance along). My opinion: I'm pretty sick and still gross to eat, hated the food. I ate only lettuce. The place was very dark on top of the stove and I enchergava not the food, I got a hillbilly chicken tough. My husband liked the food and seasoning. So for him it was worth it. Oh, on top of the restaurant has a space with hammocks to take a NAP, take pictures ... just too much! I've never seen such a thing.. and we've gone veeeeery! The staff there is very nice! We've been offered the cerrado fruit called cagaita, well chilled ... I ate several. A delight!! Resembles the taste of araçá, Pitanga! To get there, we went to Captiva, car high so it was easy. The road is super good! The people of the region take care and keep her. Whether it is worth? Very much!! We believe to be the best option of Pirenópolis.
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  • If you go to Pirenópolis to enjoy waterfalls, the choice of the Rosary. I didn't find any show but one of the waterfalls in the region seemed the best. The trail is exhausting but it's nice to go through the path that meanders across the Creek, especially on the way back. We saw beautiful blue butterflies. I found it very bad lunch serving optionally. I really don't recommend lunch at the site. The Steffen was extremely kind.
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  • To visit the site, you can pay 45 real and no lunch, or pay 90 reais per person. Looks expensive, but the place is truly sensational and worth the price. We went with friends and don't have lunch, because we would have an appointment this afternoon. On site there are two pools, a waterfall with cave, without much depth, and a wall that gives access to a spring. The location is wonderful and well taken care of, I just don't recommend it for people with reduced mobility or very young children, because the trail is a little complicated. At most, only regret for not eating on the spot because the food had an impeccable care and hygiene, and the smell was with us in the car hahaha. I will be back for sure!
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As a major destination in its state, Pirenopolis offers substantial lodging options catering to varied clientele, from backpackers to families with kids. Possibly the best choice for most visitors, mid-range hotels offer clean rooms with TV, internet, air-conditioning, and laundry facilities. If you need more privacy, consider staying at one of the guesthouses, some housed in colonial-style residences and offering access to swimming pools and enclosed gardens.
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