Parque da Rocha Moutonnee, Salto

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  • August 8, 2017
    Unfortunately the tietê River and the Park's abandoned by the city. Local Cantina has a few options.
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  • August 5, 2017
    Kids would love. The animals they look real. And emit sounds (some minor freaked lol). Very interesting ride. Despite the warning that the region's incidence of ticks, we didn't have any problems. Location is not suitable for those who difficulty of locomotion, as it is very steep and has no accessibility. But for those who love nature and enjoy a walk, will make. Very little choice for a snack, but the tour hardly lasts more than 2 hours, so get over it.
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  • August 4, 2017
    Recommend the tour interesting, instructive and free. Dinosaurs don't much like children. Wailing the sorrow of seeing a beautiful natural region with the polluted river with foam, pet bottles, etc. from the metropolitan region. It is a pity that Alckmin, ruling the State for the third time do nothing to clean the river Tietê.
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  • July 29, 2017
    Cool!
  • July 10, 2017
    A park that is surprising. The rock in question is most appropriate to clear it, but the laity, there are panels with good explanations. However, the Park has an exhibition of dinosaurs (some still working) in natural sizes and with automatic movements that leaves children mystified. They are distributed along a very easy trail. On this same track has been the view of part of the falls (jumps) of the Tietê River. A very beautiful view. There is a cafeteria but simple enough for a quick snack. Has bathrooms.
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  • July 16, 2017
    Is a very good place for the kids to see the dinosaurs that move and emit sounds. The terrain is very rough, as it is practically a trail. To view closely the Tietê River, the river is degraded with margins full of pet bottle and Bo. People with mobility difficulties or wheelchair users are not able to walk in the Park.
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  • July 14, 2017
    It was great! The mechanical dinosaurs are fabulous ... Personally, we were with kids ... That's why we didn't on the river Tietê (polluted unfortunately) and on the trails, to avoid the risk of ticks capibaras star ... Taking this caution there is no risk.
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  • June 4, 2017
    The Park is reasonable. Dinosaurs are cool, and the well-preserved nature. Small children are afraid. There is accessibility for disabled people and strollers, as well as changing table. Only people who walk well can go, there are trails of ascent and descent. The path is all dirt and bad conservation as PVC pipes exposed (leaving the Earth) and dirty plates and confused. The place has simple diner and many kiosks for their own lunch/break.
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