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A beautiful place to sit, swim, eat (your own) lunch or just listen to the sounds of nature. It's a shame that people don't take care of the place, there were cans and plastic everywere. We tried to take back as many as we could,...More
Easy access to these cascades and pools. After the rain the path down can be a bit muddy and slippery, but it is worth making the effort. The water is clear and makes a refreshing way to get the sand out of your hair.
This place is a paradise- until the humans came in and are destroying it, as usual! I've been coming here since I was a child and every year it seems like it's less up-kept and more people paint and tag the rocks.
Without the human...More
The waterfall is an amazing place to enjoy, you have a natural slide in the rock that you can take and fall in a kind of pool that's formed by the waterfall. You can also enjoy some "natural jacuzzies" that are beside the slide. And...More
When we last visited Ubatuba, it had been raining non stop for days, so the waterfall was extremely powerful and way too dangerous to swim in (or even venture close to the edge). However, we walked down the tracks along the side in the bush...More