Buraco Do Padre, Ponta Grossa

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  • October 2, 2017
    An amazing place, things that nature gives us, very interesting and pretty, good to go with the family.
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  • October 2, 2017
    Very beautiful place, nature, would recommend for sure to know. Transmits a peace, easy access.
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  • September 30, 2017
    One of the most beautiful places of Ponta Grossa. The local geology is impressive. The infrastructure is improving and the rate of admission is currently R$16 with half price. Has location to make snacks and bathrooms. The trail are found panels showing the fauna and flora of the place. I missed on the panels explaining geodiversity, local training, etc.
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  • February 28, 2014
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  • July 13, 2017
    Cool, I've been twice. Worth knowing! The ride vehicle access not really complicated, but due to the loose rocks that could hit the floor of the car is good to go slowly. The site has toilets, barbecues and spend the day and access to the waterfall is well signaled through a trail for about 600 meters. Don't forget to bring sunscreen and insect repellent against mosquitoes.
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  • July 3, 2017
    Very nice location, there are barbecue facilities on site (have to get there early to get a). Waterfall with crystal clear water and very cold. Entrance fee person.
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  • April 17, 2017
    The place is amazing. The natural beauty is undisputed and the local organization and very good. Great ride for a Sunday Sun. The water is cold, I can't stay long there. The major problem of this place is access, which is done by a dirt road so bad.
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  • January 24, 2017
    Fantastic place. The visit to the PRIEST'S HOLE should be compulsory, unforgettable location. It has free parking, a cafeteria (in the same parking location) with wooden tables arranged next to snack bar great for a picknik. There are male and female sanitary in a building next to the cafeteria. Well watch the grass trimmed. The hike to the waterfall is tranquil location on a path of stones being considered easy and pleasant for the children with explanatory boards on the local wildlife. The water was very cold at the waterfall and Lake. Beware of rocks in the waterfall Lake, some are pointy. A lot of attention with the children, as in the case of falls or drowning accidents there is no on-site medical support or lifeguard. There is a place deeper than the swimming and the rest too shallow and you can reach the waterfall with water on cinnamon only. Just remember that those who follow after the visitation right to Curitiba, careful with the GPS, as it can not display the best route option in place, playing the driver for a road, connecting the direction PR 513 (road Pery Parnell) up the Rod. Eng. Angelo Lopes, being a very dangerous and winding road, despite the good asphalt halfway where happens to be of Earth and gravel to the Rov. Angelo Lopes. The confusion is because the PR 513 becomes to land soon after the Bom Jesus Chapel while this road that leads to the Rod Angelo Lopes follows paved taking the driver (and GPS) thinking that keeps on PR 513.
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An established economic center, Ponta Grossa features several comfortable hotels in its central district, offering various degrees of luxuriousness, primarily to a business traveler crowd. Alongside these sit simpler hostels, catering to budget-conscious travelers, keen to explore the countryside of the wider region. If interested in the natural highlights that lie outside of the city limits, consider staying at a hotel on one of the major highways that run through the town, conveniently located for urban and rural exploration.
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