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Cachoeira Da Mariquinha, Ponta Grossa

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Where to stay in Ponta Grossa

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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  • Not impressive, but nice for some cold swim. Not very close to city´s borders, but feasible. You can take some drink and food to make a picknick  more »
  • The access by car can be done by Ponta Grossa or by road, before the Cargill. The dirt road is poorly signposted. It wasn't google maps, I wouldn't go. The mobile signal is lost it. Don't go on rainy days or post rain. Despite a few ups and downs, the car can jam. As has been said, for real, 7 I don't know know if it is per person or per car because I was alone. In fact, I don't recommend going alone. After parking the car before the track, gives a feeling of insecurity, despite being on a particular property. Walking on the trail alone, it's kind of scary. Are 15 min more or less smooth track. But closed securely. With feeling of meeting some wild animal. Recommend going in a group. On arrival: the compensation. Whim of nature! The pictures say all by itself.
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  • Walk into the woods or on the outside to get to the waterfall, which is impressive enough. The place is nice for camping, but take everything you'll need, as it has no infrastructure. Take money for a down payment, which is not expensive. Go and take a good camera. I didn't go to camp, but I intend to go.
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  • 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 a few barbecues and spend the day and access to the waterfall can be done through two trails that depart from the same place, one of them is necessary to cross a river with shallow water and follows a treeless trail. The other track is made by means of a kill with shadow. The two trails are very nice. Don't forget to bring sunscreen and insect repellent against mosquitoes. Great to bring kids who like adventure and nature.
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  • I'm a tour guide and I can say that is one of the most incredible tourist attractions of the city wants to meet the various trails and waterfalls in contact with me I will meet
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  • Think of a nice place and too beautiful, this place is definitely the Sissy falls, with easy access to local, small fee of $5.00, wonderful waterfall, a little Beach to enjoy the Sun, just all good, would recommend.
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  • Lack structure, best bathrooms sinks and taken, very cool the rest will improve aee is showww
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  • Beautiful place. As far as possible, go on weekday when it's empty!
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