Gruta do Anjo, Socorro

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  • The place is very nice, but does not meet all the people. I've been on the site and I couldn't ride a paddle boat for more than 100 kg and on-site talks that supports up to 180 kg. Weight less than 180 kg and went with a compatible person adding couldn't the weight that says it supports of 180 kg. I got line twice and couldn't, and the weight was much smaller than reported. Questioned about it and asked for my money back because I felt wrong about the ride and on the track. Returned the money, but made a direct claim on the site, so it doesn't happen to someone else or as a way of improvement to that fat people could enjoy and was very poorly attended and answered by Mr thick way Oscar. Unacceptable this behavior!!!!! A place that never come back and nominate not because they're not even there for the welfare of society. The price also thought well of affection.
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  • During my stay in Socorro, visited the cave of the Angel, is gorgeous but not worth the admission charged. By the value charged access and entry could have greater care. Inside the cave there is a paddle boat ride. The water is crystal clear and beautiful.
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  • In reality there is a cave and a mine off, but it's very cool ride a paddle boat inside despite being a short walk is very nice and gives beautiful pictures, Mr. JOSÉ that we received is a very nice person and leaves us free to take pictures and explore the place
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  • The place is interesting, ride a paddle boat on the inside is cool, although these are poorly maintained, but I was very frustrated and disappointed when I covered the person who works there saying asking guide where was the formation of "Angel" in the stone and this told me that it was not possible to see, only with flashlight laser. Asked if he had any and I answered no, because going to a lot of people in the cave and that they wouldn't have to meet everyone. On this occasion the price of admission is in R $25.00, and you have to pay at the reception site, children above 6 years pay the full amount. In my opinion $10.00 to visit and ride a paddle boat would be more than paid. Another thing, charge this value but the road leading to the cave is bad, a Jew of the car. Is very irregular, the track, made of stones, is very poor. The Guide does not tell you anything, unless you ask and pull it, if you don't go out there having a sense of the history of the cave will be great upset. In short, or placing at least two well trained employees, and interested in working there, with at least flashlight laser to show this Angel, or reduce the price of admission. Another thing, the bottom of the cave is almost completely dark, did not have the decency to illuminate. You must use the flashlight cell phone and be content in light with this, otherwise you will ride in the dark and will not see anything.
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  • The place itself is pretty good, but could have more lighting because you can't see much of anything if the sky is cloudy, the paddleboats are super old and barely care that hardly out of place, and the local structure, it is very expensive to pay 25 reais per person
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  • I liked. I think a valid tour. The value of the entry could even be lower because 25 per person without having half-price ticket for student is very demanding. I think 15 per person would be handsomely rewarded. The city has many options for tourism. Ride that requires no special clothing, easy access. Go if there's time. If the input value was shorter I would say go for sure.
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  • I liked the cave. Is a beautiful place and the paddle boat ride gave me a good feeling. I went on a sunny day, so I could take some cool photos.
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