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Sitio Estrada Acarape Bosco, Tiangua, State of Ceara 62320-000 Brazil
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Sitio Estrada Acarape Bosco, Tiangua, State of Ceara 62320-000 Brazil
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Myself, my wife and three other mates spent the weekend here and loved it. This place is very special!!! - Clean and well organised. On weekends I believe it is open to the public in general, so it can get really busy! But, but despite some previous negative comments, the chalés in the far back corner still offer privacy and breathtaking views of the mountains. They are all equipped with modern facilities, such as aircon, minibar, internet access and are very clean. - We had all our meals here and it did not disappoint at all. Typical Brazilian food is served and in abundance. The fish we had for dinner cooked in a kind of banana source was the best!!! Lunch was an extravaganza. They serve steak, chicken, fish, flavoured rice, natural squeezed citrus juices. It is all serf-service style but you can pretty much eat as much as you like at one go! You can have your lunch out under the tress, in nature. Watch out for the “local” monkeys and birds.. remember, this is a national park or reserve. - Walking tracks - One natural and one public pool. This small natural pool was super refreshing. It is 100% natural and a bit hard to get in due to its cold water, but again, this is a must!! It takes a bit of an effort to get to it, walking. The treck is steep and a bit slippery. - We loved the afternoon we spent sipping some caipirinha cocktails away on the deck.. the views of the ocean of trees below was stunning!! We could’ve spent more days here, but we are travelling through this amazing country, so we had to take off again. The only suggestion I’d give the owners, who we had the pleasure to meet and have a chat with... lovely people and REALLY hands one owners by the way, would be to manage how many people the allow in at once. Too many people using the public facilities, can be quite challenging, and in a way it can spoil what this beautiful place has to offer. Thank you for a wonderful weekend away and we look forward to visiting again in the future.
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+ Nice views + food at the restaurant is good and not expensive - letting hundreds of people “so called visitors” in making it IMPOSIBLE to enjoy the facilities - pool, pool area, the benches (as per the employees there is NO limit for these visitors) - staying in a tent is super unpleasant - for women only 5 showers (only 2 of them with a hot water) - note that there can be more than 170 women waiting for the shower - 5 toilets available for the guest and visitors 4 sinks - have fun while waiting to brush your teeth in the morning Heads up for the cleanleness as well - the showers are covered with mold and the toilets ALWAYS with overflowing garbage bins Maybe for people who don’t care about getting some sort of an infection would be an OK place. I definitely cannot recommend - check out places like bungalows in Tatajuba or hotel 3131 in Cumbuco. Can as only of these visitor and then be off your way!
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Sitio do Bosco is a lovely place in the mountains with chalets and camping places, bar and restaurant. The views from the mountain was the best part, and there is a nice walking trail with a grotto. We felt we overpaid for our chalet, and the food at the restaurant and the breakfast were below Brazilian standard but what compensated was the beautiful views and nice environment. We visited on a weekend of a holiday season and at night there was live music. Felt so relaxing and romantic to listen to the sounds of the guitar while sitting on a bench, sipping caipirinhas and seeing the flickering lights down the mountain. The place also has infrastructure for paragliding and zip lining. The latter seems more for children, though not necessarily.
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$66 - $80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
BrazilState of CearaTiangua
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