Chapada dos Veadeiros
About Chapada dos Veadeiros
The Chapada dos Veadeiros is a national park and Brazilian conservation unit with full protection of nature, which is located in the west central Goiás and accessing the village of St. George in Alto Paraiso. The climate in the Chapada dos Veadeiros is well defined, with rainfall rates during the nights of January, February and March. To fully enjoy the trip, look for travel in times where the weather is more stable than they are for most of April and going until mid-October. In November and December usually raining too, but for sure you can enjoy the journey in these times. Tourism is very strong in the Chapada dos Veadeiros and its attractions are the park trails, the gray rock formation called Valley of the Moon, both Almécegas waterfalls, for those who like to enjoy sports in the midst of nature, such as abseiling and canyoning, visit Raizama set of waterfalls is ideal and elsewhere very popular are hot springs where the temperature of its waters reach up to 38 ° C. The Chapada dos Veadeiros was created in 1961 by decree of then President of Brazil, Juscelino Kubitschek and the settlement began in the region in the year 1750. Tourism on site is considered mystical by its lush landscapes, its quartz afloração and also she It is cut by the same parallel passing in Machu Picchu, the parallel 14. The restaurants are also located in Alto Paraiso, serve diversity in its cuisine and gastronomy strong with their typical foods, such as rice with pequi, a tamale, the galinhada and sweets. To stay in Chapada dos options are vast hotels in the city of Alto Paraíso where the Chapada is located. The options are from the simplest to the most luxurious.