Perequê

São Paulo, Feburary 2010 – Perequê river flows through the southwestern portion of the Itutinga – Piloes section of Serra do Mar State Park. It divides the Cubatão and Poço mountain ranges and is Cubatão´s main eco – attraction. The actual kind of trail that partly joins the stream is of historical importance because it corresponds […]

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Paquera

Ilhabela, December 2012 – The Paquera valley is located in the centerwest of Ilhabela (SP) and can be acessed from three different locations; Itaquanduva, Perequê or Cocaia. There are visible trails up to 300 height meters, where the Quilombo do Bananal fall is located, apparently a location where in former times African slaves tried to […]

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Cuscuzeiro

Rio de Janeiro, July 2008 – Paraty / Corisco – Praia da Fazenda / Piçinguaba is an important historical rainforest trail in the borderland of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. It runs through the Serra da Bocaina National Park and Serra do Mar State Park (Núcleo Piçinguaba) which in this area are partly overlapping. […]

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Areado

Ilhabela, July 2013 – With an estimated 90 meters, Areado is the largest fall on Ilhabela, located at about 400 height meters, in the southern mountains. Only a fraction of it can be seen either from one location nearby the trailhead or  from boats on a route through the outer sea. Even in nearby Bonete, few know / […]

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Água Branca

 São Paulo, October 2013 – Água Branca is the name given to the main waterfall of the Maranduba river which with 120 meters is the largest one in São Paulo State. It is located at about 700 height meters in the Caraguatatuba section of Serra do Mar State Park and the trailhead can be accessed from a […]

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Itu

 São Paulo, September 2010 – Ribeirão do Itu flows through the southwestern portion of the São Sebastião section of Serra do Mar State Park. The historical trail connects Boiçucanga with the Rio Pardo sand road, also known as Estrada da Petrobrás (Antiga Estrada Dória) that leads from Salesópolis to Porto Novo (Caraguatatuba). During colonial times, […]

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