These geological formations attract cavers, explorers and tourists from all over the world, avid to know the crystal-clear water rivers that form subterranean lakes and enormous cave domes.
The Park’s vegetation is formed by Cerrado, Cerradao and Forests, making it an excellent habitat for a variety of animal species. It’s a very diverse biology, with 150 bird species and almost 50 mammals in the region and well served in terms of rivers. Five of them make the Bacia do Parana.
Beyond the caves, Terra Ronca also has many waterfalls and a unique set of hills sculpted by the wind and waters over time, making it like a city of rocks.