The largest portion of the Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park is designated for preservation only. But its core, the spine of the Park, the Rio Preto’s water source is available for visitation, as the river runs through 40km forming beautiful canyons and waterfalls.
Surrounding the Park’s boundaries, there is an enormous amount of natural attractions inside private properties that owners let visitors in, by paying a conservation fare in order to have the means to maintain the attraction.
A recent inventory catalogued more than 120 attractions open for visitation. But there’s more, unknown to the public with difficult access.