Among the numerous attractions in Bonito, the waterfalls deserve special attention. Hidden in the woods, they fall into natural pools full of colourful fish. The crystal clear water flows around the stones, opening paths till the next fall.
Capture a dourado fish is that easy. You just need a waterproof camera and try flotation experience in Rio da Prata, a Brazilian river. A must in Bonito
The happiness of a child seeing the colorful fish swimming around her. The moment was so funny to all of us that yielded even a video. Lagoa Verde (Green Lagoon) is one of the coves of Ilha Grande. The island name is because of its color and flat water.
Ibirapuera Park is one of my favorites places for walk and relax. The area is about 1.584.000 square meters for sports, relax, events…
A different point of view from Matriz Square drew my attention while I was walking around Alcântara, a small city in the north of Brazil.
Time to explore the summit of Monte Roraima crossing borders between Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil.
In this image I capture some of my passions: sunset, travel and São Paulo city. So, it makes me remember many sunsets I’ve seen from airplane’s window.
Not a beach nor big, but it is a must-do to explore the real canyons. We left to enter the huge clefts on the most exuberant walls in Brazil, at Serra Geral and Aparados da Serra Parks.
I just organized all best photos on this gallery. We did two expeditions on december/january 2012 and 2013. See an interactive map with the places we’ve been and some links to related articles bellow.
The largest and greenest state in Brazil has always been a dream and finally an opportunity came up in June. Amazonastur took advantage of Parintins Folklore Festival to organize a press trip with bloggers, and Territórios was on the guest list.