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“The walk up was challenging, but Thiago was super patient and genuinely relaxed and willing to go at our pace.”
Travel through Rio’s Tijuca Rainforest, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on this small-group guided hiking tour that takes the worry out of navigating the trails. Your destination at the end of the steep hike is Pedra...read more
“Michel is an incredible professional thoughtful tour guide I ever met!”
One of the most coveted trails in Rio de Janeiro, Pedra da Gávea is imposing in all its form, and to absorb everything it offers, it is necessary to have a registered and experienced Tourism Guide in mountains and...read more
This is undoubtedly the greatest hiking challenge in Rio de Janeiro. A mountain that can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. One of the biggest monoliths in front of the ocean in the world. During the hike we...read more
Come fly over one of the most beautiful landscapes of Rio de Janeiro on board a hang glider or paraglider. The takeoff is on the Ramp of Pedra Bonita, inside the National Park of Tijuca. During the flight, we flew...read more
On the western zone of Rio de Janeiro an imposing plateau of rock called Pedra da Gávea(The Gávea Stone). It is the largest monolith in South America, as well as the highest coastal monolith in the world and is...read more
“Amazing experience, wonderful view and a memory that will last a lifetime.”
“Just take yourself to the other side of the world - to Rio de Janeiro and buy a helicopter flight to see this city from a bird's eye view.”
Rio de Janeiro is already beautiful seeing from below, now imagine seeing from above, it becomes an unforgettable trip. We will fly over sights of the Marvelous City and we will know places and points from a...read more
“We climbed other nearby peaks before but this turned out a special day with the steep trail taking us through beautiful Atlantic forrest and low clouds making way to spectacular views over São Conrado and Dois Irm...”
The Pedra da Gavea trail is one of the most beautiful and challenging hikes in Rio de Janeiro. Located in the Tijuca National Park and passing through the Atlantic Forest, the trail is a steep ascent to the summit...read more
The best hike in Rio ever!Pedra da Gávea is the largest block of stone by the sea in the world!It’s hard about 2-3 hours hike but certainly it will be awesome. The tour is an adventure since the beginning, hiking...read more
We climb the Pico dos Quatro trail, where we will enjoy the beautiful view of the Canyon of Heaven, and soon after we reach the summit of the largest monolith in the world by the sea, ending the experience we will...read more
This is a private tour, our guide will go all the way respecting your pace, so you don't have to work hard to keep up with other people or wait for stragglers, avoiding this common situation when hiking mixed-group...read more
Surrounded by charms and mysteries, Pedra da Gávea is 842 meters long and is certainly the most challenging trail in Rio. Whoever is willing to face a little more than 1.5 km of steep climb and a carrasqueira...read more
I will introduce you to this incredible cultural festival, unique and little known by foreign tourists. Let's experience together various curiosities, history, cuisine, and all the folk traditions of this wonderful...read more
Pedra da Gávea is the largest monolith by the sea in the world, named for its similarity to the gávea, an observation basket located on the mast of the Portuguese caravels. Known as the head of the emperor, the side...read more