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Pedra do Telégrafo

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Pedra do Telégrafo

612 Reviews
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This full-day tour of Rio de Janeiro with convenient hotel pickup is a popular choice for visitors with limited time in the area. Going with a guide means you hit all the city’s highlights without the stress of navigating and hear important context about landmarks along the route, including the Christ the Redeemer statue, Sugarloaf Mountain, and the Selarón Steps. Round out the tour with a well-deserved Brazilian-style lunch.
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bibsii wrote a review Mar 2020
Sofia, Bulgaria50 contributions4 helpful votes
Me and my husband did one super cray tour with our local tour guide Alvaro and we had one of the best days spend in Rio. This place it’s still not that popular and you can explore the wild and beautiful nature. Hiking in the wood in order to reach this place is around 50-60min one way but it’s worth the efforts. The view from the top is splendid. It’s taking a lot of time in order to get the nice picture on the clif, but as every other touristic place it’s manageable. Just prepare a jacket( it’s super windy), mosquito repellent and comfortable shose. You won’t regret visiting this place.
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Date of experience: March 2020
1 Helpful vote
farhanachetty wrote a review Feb 2020
Johannesburg, South Africa23 contributions20 helpful votes
i had an absoultelyy wonderful experience thanks to get your guider who picked us up at 5 in the morning so we could get their early before the ques
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Date of experience: May 2019
2 Helpful votes
kbrosnah wrote a review Jan 2020
Rio de Janeiro, RJ139 contributions34 helpful votes
After a sometimes strenuous 40 minute hike, you arrive at the top and are rewarded with a great view. A line forms to wait your turn to take the best photos. Many people will take their time taking photos, so expect a long wait. We arrived at the top around 8:15am and there was a 15-20 minute wait to take a photo. Get there early and you won't have to wait long. Parking is limited. Keeping going as far as you can (driving) to limit the walk. Parking will cost about 20 reais.
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Date of experience: January 2020
1 Helpful vote
Mircea M wrote a review Jan 2020
Cleveland, Ohio25 contributions4 helpful votes
Best trip ever,love it...worth it every penny,make sure you are in a good shape for the 50 minutes claiming...😊😋😉
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Goal100Countries wrote a review Jan 2020
Cheltenham, United Kingdom615 contributions8,281 helpful votes
Getting to Pedra do Telegrafo is quite a pain however, we took an Uber which took about an hour and split the cost 4 ways which came to around $6 each. Upon arrival, the walk is around 45 minutes to the very top and is of a moderate difficulty with a few steep inclines. The walk takes you through a small village and then forest where the views at various points are absolutely stunning. It was my favourite walk to do inn Rio and the whole day was one of my highlights. When you get to the top, there will be a man who offers to take professional photos of you for a few dollars and I recommend this as they are of a very good quality and price. This is optional however, and you can take as many of your own photos if you wish. The views from the top are incredible and the whole place is actually very safe as there is just a few metres drop from the main photo spot and all photos are a trick of the camera. The village nearby has a beach and a few restaurants where you can have lunch and a drink.
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Date of experience: April 2019
45 Helpful votes