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Parque Gruta da Onca, Vitoria

(3/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • The Jaguar Cave Park is located in the Centre of Vitoria, being accessible and enjoyable. We made tracks with the Russian Guide (53 ha.and 25 ha beside/group) that traveled the trails and told the stories of the place. Mirante, source of the ancient source that supplied the town, the cave of the Jaguar, the slave Pit, traces of the aqueduct, all this in the midst of a delicious where we can sit on a rock and watch the white guy having fun tiny monkeys in the trees. The Park is used as the residents of the Morro Fort and Ratliff, and for this reason is open every day of the week (unlike other parks in the capital, closing on Mondays). The path can also be done without the Guide, with free entry and security guarantee (according to the Guide, there has never been any problem in the Park). The natural beauty is worth the visit!
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  • The place is nice, but kind of badly insulated, Has a trail up to a viewpoint. I don't know if there's anything but (according to the map has other trails) but didn't have the nerve to go. There were people smoking and I didn't feel a lot of security. If we were half an hour, has been.
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  • The Park is located in the Centre of Vitória-ES. Very quiet ascent, across route indications and signaling, but there is also an administration at the entrance of the Park, where are offered maps and directions, the tours can be made with a guide, if marked in advance or by myself/group without notice. Tip: bring water, insect repellent as it is a piece of the Atlantic forest and things of little value, because the Park is located within a community.
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