Travelling or even going for a walk to nearby places is a good thing, but group trips can be even better! They can be both in a family group as well as with friends or colleagues of the company. Whether it’s to get to know a new place or to return to a destination you loved, group trips always yield great stories and memberships.
Today we are going to give some suggestions for group trips that include ecotourism. They are options for all ages, don’t stop conferring:
FOR ALL FAMILIES
Serra do Mar Walk
This is an option that can be taken by groups of all ages, from children to adults. The walk consists of a 9 km walk in the middle of the Atlantic Forest. A good part of the suit is made on the asphalt of Estrada Velha de Santos that was open for monitored walks. The route passes by the top and the bottom of the Rodovia dos Imigrantes, one of the greatest works of architectural engineering in Brazil! During the walk there are some stops to rest and also to appreciate historical monuments and to take incríveis photos from the view of Baixada Santista.
Carlos Botelho State Park
How about making a beautiful walk in the middle of nature, seeing species of Brazilian fauna (one of the greatest diversities of Brazil) and then taking advantage to taste local wines? This is one of the options that the park offers. It is located in the Serra de Paranapiacaba, southeastern region of the state of São Paulo. There are several options of trilhas, including a visit to cachoeiras. Cadeirantes are also welcome to participate in the walk, the park has a trilha prepared to receive them!
Serra do Lopo
Located in the Mantiqueira Complex, in the municipality of Extrema-MG, in the currency with the state of São Paulo. Among the attractions are a delta ramp for jumps, cachoeira, trilhas, cachaça tasting, honey-based products and queijos.
The highest point of the mountain is the Pico do Lopo, which has 1750 m of altitude and is one of the most sought-after places in the region. Ali is possible to have a 360º view of the Jaguari Dam and cities like Joanópolis, Extrema, Piracaia, among others.
Waters of Prata
Another option in the region of Serra da Mantiqueira, in the state of São Paulo, bordering Minas Gerais, between São João da Boa Vista (SP) and Poços de Caldas (MG). It is known for being a hydromineral station that shelters several water fountains. One of the most popular ecotourism options is the Trilha das 7 cachoeiras (or Sete Quedas).
The trail is considered to be of medium difficulty until the fifth cachoeira, and difficult for those who venture to reach the seventh. The total route is about 15 km in the middle of a forest, through rivers, hills and up a canyon.