Fumaca Falls, Vale do Capao
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  • Requires certain fitness as they are 9 km 9 trip back rising and falling rocks. It's pretty tiring, but not impossible. You forget all the tiredness qnd will approaching walls closed where the waterfall. Is unique! Is a guided tour and important to go with a nice guide that respects your pace. If you are with a larger group, it becomes more difficult to make. When I was there in March/2016, the ride cost 300.00 for a couple.
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  • Beautiful location, with visual maddening. Track to reach the top of the waterfall is of average difficulty to hard and long, but worth the sacrifice.
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  • The best feeling I had was this course (I couldn't make the pati to compare) of the top view of the waterfall. The trail is open forest, and starts with a climb, allowing most of the route has a privileged view of the landscape around. Stop in the middle of the track to hear natural sound, no horns or noise of the city, is priceless. A highly recommended trail, although a considerable rise, is not tiring. Most of the trail is in the flat upstairs. You can't go to High without doing at least this track (even though the falls is dry, it's worth a lot to go see the gazebo overlooking the Valley). The trail is very simple, you do not need a guide. But always follow the signposting of areas of vegetation, don't jump or cross the forbidden areas by insulating strings.
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