We visited the Tirimbina Saraqiqui Reserva Biologica on a Saturday morning with a private guide. After putting on mud boots we began the tour which was lovely. The bridge was fun but once we got into the hike we found the upkeep of the paths to be in disrepair. This Reserve needs someone to walk all the paths and repair them immediately before someone gets seriously hurt. Our guide gave us a heads up when pieces of wood were missing on the path. Also where pieces of wood were crumbling causing us to walk over them. At one point he slipped and told me to take his hand but to no avail. I slipped and fell hard bruising my knee and entire lower leg. At another point we had to step down about a foot where the path was missing and then again step up again to continue on. The metal grating used in some parts were torn up. When we exited the reserve the guide said we had to fill out forms notifying the staff where I fell and what needed to be done in several other areas.