Tap to Read ➤

Explore the Lost World of Chapada Diamantina, Brazil

Ketki Dongare Aug 9, 2019
Brazil, famous for its beautiful beaches, has an edgy, rough side as well. Home to rocky terrains, finest and secluded waterfalls, and hiking trails aplenty, the Chapada Diamantina National Park is every traveler's dream destination.

Your browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

Far away from the white sandy, turquoise blue beaches of Brazil, is the Chapada Diamantina National Park in the region of Bahia.
Make a detour and visit Lencois, the base area of Chapada Diamantina, and later head to the jaw dropping hikes with gorgeous waterfalls along the journey.

Poco Encantado

Discover the Enchanted Well, crystal blue waters amid rocky mystical formations, and the sunlight striking the perfect magical blend with the waters.

Poco Azul

Call yourself lucky if you see the sun-lit crystal waters reflecting on fifty shades of blue at the Blue Well. Don't forget to dive in and relax a bit!

Gruta da Torrinha

Visit the enormous Diamond Plate Torrinha caves, and traverse through the passages of unique stalactites and stalagmites formations that merely look like flowers.

Your browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

Amidst the rugged plateaus and tiring hike trails, find yourself in the company of magnificent waterfalls, and cool, serene pools to roll the steam off.

Cachoeira do Buracão

Literally translated as Big Hole Waterfall, climbers can reach to the base of the fall and entertain themselves with adventurous activities like rappelling.

Ribeirao do Meio

Light on the trail hike, with astonishing surroundings, climbers will find themselves at a natural rock slide waterfall and a natural pool, a perfect setting for a quiet relaxing time!

Ferro Doido Waterfall

Rarely visited by tourists, the Crazy Iron fall is worth the long journey, only for the scenic views from atop, of the fall and the plateaus rounding it.
Go hiking through the gorgeous valleys of Chapada Diamantina National Park.

Your browser doesn't support HTML5 video.

Grand Circuit

This one's particularly for the ambitious hikers! Hire a guide for this grand trail hike, and go on a 3-4 days' journey, covering 62 miles of land, with unlimited access to multiple hikes and adventures of the Chapada Diamantina valley.

What to Eat in Chapada Diamantina

Taste the historic dish of Chapada Diamantina, Godó de banana, the best local favored menu!