Trails with higher/lower difficulty levels.
Go walking through different jungle environments, (“tacuarales” (areas full of canes), low lands, streams and springs, etc.), or follow people’s footsteps into hunters’ hideouts. You will discover hundred-year-old lianas, crystal clear streams, animal tracks, waterfalls, and the incredible feeling of being immersed in one of the last remaining jungles of the world.
Ideal for hot days. We take you for a stroll along typical jungle streams where you can swim in its waters or just walk on the rocks. Discover fabulous caves and animal burrows.
If you are lucky enough, you can even enjoy the company of a true local guide and a park ranger who will let you in on all the secrets of the area.
Comfortable footwear. For water paths, “alpargatas” (espadrilles) or rubber sandals, or any type of footwear that can get wet and hold your feet tight.