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Parte of a much larger cave system, the Lapa doce is an impressive site. It doesn’t take much skill for someone, even kids, without disabilities to go down a very steep track at the beginning. Once you enter the cave you can appreciate the size...More
We have seen some amazing caves (US, Ireland, China, Thailand, etc.), and yet each cave has it's own magic. This one has some great formations, but what impressed us most was the scale of the cave (and the sandy floor).
Not that it's too expensive but we learned the trap of the 'passeios' they sell to you in lençois. If you go there on your own you pay to enter the private property and you get a guide for $30 Reals ($10USD). Huge cave and...More
I have been to lots of caves around the world and this one is one of the largest, even if it does not have the same formations in the same quantities when compared to the others. If you go with a group, you pay around...More
Definitely worth checking out!
The best part of the experience is when your deep in the cave and the guides tell you to turn off your flashlights! I couldn't help but think about how peaceful and quiet the cave was in comparison to life in...More
In all of nature's wonders there's nothing like caving, but of all Caving there's nothing like Caving in Lapa Doce. The professional guidance of Claudia Lima is the best and with her you'll experience the real beauty of Brazil's most beautiful natural wonder: the Cave...More