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- Info País: Brazil
Estado: Sao Paulo
Local: Southeast
Temas Geográficos:
Cities - Rivers
February 2003

Caconde is a country small city of Sao Paulo state, crossed by Pardo river, that possesses natural attractions as virgin forests, rivers, waterfalls and green valleys which make the region able to be a place of contact with the Nature and to the practical of diverse sports as rafting, cascading and trekking.

The Pardo River is the great wealth of Caconde. It is a river of great volume, clean, wide and pretty, whose edges still possess many adjacent bushes and whose waters possess constant level, favours to the control exerted for the local eletrical plant. The city is privileged for sheltering the glorious Pardo River. With the construction of the Plant, a great extensive dam was also formed in the region

The city, situated in the Mountain Range of the Mantiqueira, possesses some culminating points that allow panoramic views of its green landscapes. At the end of the afternoon, you can go up by car to the Square of the Mirador, whose construction, inspired by mystical symbologies, offers an aerial vision of all the dam.

Rafting in the Pardo River, cascading in the Waterfall of Santa Quiteria, walking on the original and old Pardo riverbed as other trekkings are the main activities you can do.

Respect Nature and enjoy the diversity of this region of ecotourism.

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