Horto Florestal-Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo

(4.5/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
In the northern part of Sao Paulo is Horto Florestal-Sao Paulo, an oasis in the midst of pollution, containing countless species of trees, two lakes, birds, and monkeys. The fitness equipment and jogging track are perfect for exercising, including running, walking, or cycling. Have a picnic in one of the designated areas and let your kids play on the playground. Watch the ducks, geese, and the capybara, which is the largest rodent in the world followed by the beaver and porcupine, lounging by the lake. Using our custom trip planner, Sao Paulo attractions like Horto Florestal-Sao Paulo can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Attend the Garden many years ago since when I was a kid and has always been a very nice place with lots of green and clean. I was in the month of February with my wife and son and we had the pleasant surprise of seeing several spider monkeys for the Park, and many fish, turtles, geese, ducks and Capybaras. One thing that could be is inside the Park to facilitate trade. Is a very nice place to hang out with the kids. Taking animals for walks is excellent.
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  • great place to hang out with family and friends, with place to do sports such as jogging. very good to bring children to spend the day.
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  • Did the 9.6 km (round trip) to the big rock and then the Carp Lake. has two other small trails that lead to the clear waters and the HOWLER. I wasn't in those two because I was with kids (april 1 and another of 6 years). The view from the large stone is gorgeous, wonderful. See all SP, with its buildings, towers and the fun is to get up there and try to find out where is your House in the midst of so much concrete while savoring your snack or just drink water. The view from the gazebo is slightly different, but equally wonderful. Worth it, take care of the right side of the stone. The best lunch we left to the lagoon of the CARP where has more trees and a lawn with playground and a few tables (but we prefer the ground lawn msm, more wild) to do the full picnic. The kids had a great time on the play and came back super happy because I still saw howlers on the way back. Yes, there are howler monkeys on is shining of the howler (which we don't, but the monkeys don't read the boards and were off track of the Howler!). Much of the route is asphalt, another part of Earth and stones, but super well signposted, preserved to the point in the bathroom (male and female) have toilet paper and water. Unfortunately this is surprising because most parks have bathrooms in a State that makes me want to pee in the Woods. But this was clean (no bathroom stench) and with paper. and all trash cans along the way were in garbage bags and cared for. Congrats Town Hall. It's good to pay the actual input 15. worth it!!
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