Saco Bravo Waterfall Hike
R$660 per person
Saco Bravo Waterfall Hike
Highlights of the Saco Bravo Waterfall Hike (2 days)
✔️ Cooling off in the natural infinity pool at Saco Bravo Waterfall looking out over the sea
✔️ Antigos beach, considered one of the best on Brazil’s tropical Costa Verde.
✔️ Jungle hiking for 02 days in the Atlantic Forest.
✔️ The picturesque fishing villages of Sono and Ponta Negra.
✔️ The Caiçara Culture of the remote, local fishing communities – everyday life and delicious seafood.
✔️ Fun, knowledgeable and informative state-registered hiking Tour Guide.
📃 Saco Bravo Waterfall Hike description and information
This unique natural infinity pool set in the rocky coastline overlooking the sea is a photogenic masterpiece – the undisputed highlight of the Saco Bravo Waterfall hike!
But it’s not the only highlight! Make sure you don’t miss out on the other treats on offer.
This region is home to arguably the best beaches on the Costa Verde, great coastal Rainforest hiking and the fascinating Caiçara culture of the local fishing communities.
On this 02 day trip we make sure we pack in all the highlights.
It also means we can be up early and get to the waterfall before the day-hikers arrive!
On the first day of the hike, after a journey by road to the trailhead, we set off through the Atlantic Forest to the first of the beaches. During the day’s hiking you can take your pick between the beaches of Sono, Antigos and Antiguinhos. Everyone has their personal favourite.
Our destination is the car-free fishing village of Ponta Negra where we spend the night. Sitting on the edge of the jungle in one of the most remote parts of the Juatinga Peninsular Eco-reserve Ponta Negra often feels as though it has been forgotten in time. Surrounded by wild and unspoilt Atlantic Forest the local Caiçara fishing people continue to live off the sea.
On the second day after an early morning Saco Bravo Waterfall hike, the beach at Ponta Negra is the perfect location to relax and hang out with the locals.
Make your visit to Saco Bravo Waterfall more than just a day trip!
Take your time. And you’ll also come away with amazing memories of deserted white sandy beaches and remote trails through the lush Rainforest.
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Departure Time09am on Day 01
What to wearSunglasses, Sunscreen, hat or baseball cap, Flashlight/ Torch/ headlamp, Insect repellent, Trail/running shoes for hiking, Waterproof sandals or flip flops, Light jacket or fleece, Pullover/ jumper – if travelling from May to Sept., Rain gear, Daypack 25l, Swimsuit, Evening wear (sweats or long pants), Sleepwear
Route: 02 day itinerary. Day 01: Paraty - Laranjeitas - Sono Beach - Ponta Negra village Day 02: Ponta Negra - Saco Bravo Waterfall - Ponta Negra - Paraty
Difficulty Level: Medium. We walk approximately 4-5 hours a day with stops to rest, swim and seeing the sights.
Included: 01 night accommodation in shared room in cottage with breakfast, 01 dinner, taxi boat Ponta Negra to Laranjeiras on Day 02, State-registered hiking Tour Guide.
Not Included: Lunches / Snacks on the Trail, Transportation to the beginning of the Trail in Laranjeiras, Drinks and personal expenses.
Group size: Minimum of 4 people; Maximum 12 people
Minimum age: For all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult (50% discount for children under 14 years old).
Accommodation: Cottages with hot water showers, sockets for charging electrical appliances. Bed sheets and towels provided. Limited Wi-Fi connection in the village.
What to bring: Water - Minimum of 1.5L per day (can be purchased on route), Sunglasses, Sunscreen, hat or baseball cap, Flashlight/ Torch/ headlamp, Insect repellent, Trail/running shoes for hiking, Waterproof sandals or flip flops, Light jacket or fleece, Pullover/ jumper – if travelling from May to Sept., Rain gear, Daypack 25l, Swimsuit, Evening wear (sweats or long pants), Sleepwear.
Accredited tour guide: With experience in trekking. First aid training in remote areas (NOLS, ASHI).
Route: Subject to changes to ensure fun and safety for participants. The itinerary will depend on the weather (mainly the wind), sea conditions (tide, waves, currents), and the disposition of the participants.
Postponement and Cancellation Policy: In case of bad weather you can switch to another tour, postpone or cancel.
Covid-19: We follow safety protocols.