Chapada dos Veadeiros is one of the most beautiful places we have visited in Brazil. A region of cerrado (a special vegetation of Brazilian interior), in the northeast of Goiás state, home to a National Park, declared a World Natural Heritage by UNESCO. With extraordinary landscapes and beauty, the Chapada gathers hundreds of waterfalls and springs; Geological formations older than one billion years; Rare animals, at risk of extinction; Preserves areas of former mines and the history and culture of descendants of Quilombolas. The Chapada is also surrounded by mysticism and stories about flying discs. We were delighted to get to know this incredible piece of the country and in this post I share our 4-day itinerary and tips to organize your trip to Chapada dos Veadeiros.

Waterfall Almécegas I
Waterfall Almécegas I

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Written in Portuguese by Karla Larissa

Translation by Juliane Boll