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Caracol Waterfalls in Brazil

Caracol Waterfalls in Brazil

Caracol Waterfalls in Brazil

One of the most frequented travel destinations in Rio Grande Do Sul is the Caracol Waterfalls, which is nestled with the Caracol State Park. It has a free drop from over 130 meters, which can be viewed from the park’s 27-meter high observation tower. It is possible to get to the base of the waterfalls, but it sure is a major challenge. The stairway reaching the bottom part of the waterfalls has 900 steps! That’s not all. You’d also have to climb back up as this is the only way to return to the tower. Near the waterfalls, you’ll find some picnic sites, and also a restaurant. The park is open everyday from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Caracol Waterfalls in Brazil

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