Discover the best top things to do in Pirenopolis, Brazil including Rosario Falls, Cachoeiras dos Dragoes, Santuario Vagafogo, Centro Historico de Pirenopolis, Abade Reserve, Wheels of Time Antique Motorcycle, Fazenda Babilonia, Lazaro and Santa Maria Waterfall, Rua do Lazer, Pireneus state park.
Restaurants in Pirenopolis
4.5 based on 807 reviews
The location and charming, full of beauties around you, where you can see several Waterfalls of varying sizes and lots of green area.
The owner, a nature lover, maintains an on-site restaurant and offers delicious homemade food, where you pay for the day and lunch is already included.
Will definitely come one day.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
Much more than just tourism, it's an experience! 40 km far from the center of Pirenopolis, in the area that also includes the Eisho-ji Zen Monastery, the 8 Waterfalls surprise on a trail in deep contact with nature and its beauties. Each waterfall, with its dragon-related mythology, invites everyone who wants to experience a special tour.
To get there is already an adventure. Its a rough off road, with river crossings. Following a track of about 4 kilometers, you will meet 8 Waterfalls of the dragons, divided over 3 rivers. One even more beautiful then the other, each having their own dragon story. The track leads you trough beautiful landscapes, but includes some steep parts. Depending of the time you spend to swim or bath, it will take you 4 to 5 hours. You will start and end on the same place, a parking with a ticket house with and toilets. There is nothing to buy, so you have to bring your own food or drinks, and on the track there are no waste bins, so bring your waste back to the ticket house. Have a wonderful hiking day.
4.5 based on 889 reviews
Vagafogo's brunch was incredible! The home-made breads and rolls were outstanding. Almost all were local products from the Brazilian cerrado. The jams and chutneys were out-of-this world. The fruit, yogurt and granola were delicious. The mango and cashew fruit juice they served tasted great. And the home-made whipped cream for the dessert waffle was heavenly. The owners were gracious hosts who kindly explained the cerrado delicacies and which ones tasted best together. All-in-all it was a unique and unforgettable experience.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
This is a quaint and well-preserved historic town about 160 kilometres drive from Brasilia. Depending on traffic and road closures it could be anything from 1.5 to 3 hours (it took us 3 hours due to a road closure and detour, which according to our guide, are frequent).
The town is pleasant to wander around, and on a Monday in October it was quiet. The restored church is worth a visit, although check opening hours as I think it is only open from 2pm.
Some nice restos to lunch in and craft shops to browse.
There is also a river which looks very inviting, but you shouldn't swim in that as it is polluted - even though some people do... In any case, to get the most of the day trip try to visit some of the Waterfalls nearby - not sure it is worth such a long drive for the town alone.
4.5 based on 396 reviews
I imagine the place must be beautiful. But the owners does not cares to inform if they are closed or open..... We travel lot thru very difficult roads for 45 minutes just to find that the place was closed....very bad. .. This is not funny
4.5 based on 386 reviews
A Museum With A Great Collection Of Vintage Bicycles And Motorcycles.
I am not exactly a super-fan of motorcycles, but I have to admit that visiting the Museu Rodas do Tempo inspired me about the two-wheeler world! Great place, great collection and the staff was really interested in sharing their knowledge about the museum content. I would certainly recommend visiting it to everybody, even those who are not fans from the motorcycle world.
4.5 based on 247 reviews
If you're looking foward to experience the most intense gastronomic trip to Goias' best typical culinary, Fazenda Babilonia is the right place to go. The food comes with the history's place and is completely fresh! Later you can rest somewhere nearby, place's always fresh.
You're not gonna regret!
4.5 based on 967 reviews
Vargem Grande Ecological Reserve Lázaro and Santa Maria Waterfalls East exit - Pireneus road km 11 (8km on dirty road) Trail: 500 meters as far as Santa Maria Waterfall (slight level) Trail: 1500 meters as far as Lazaro Waterfall (moderate level) Improvements: parking lot, cafeteria and restroom. Open daily from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Both of these Waterfalls are amazing. I decided to propose to my girlfriend here at the Lazaro waterfall and I could not be happier with the location.
The Santa Maria waterfall is located about 300m from the parking spot. The Lazaro waterfall is another 1.2km more away from the Santa Maria waterfall with a lot of steps. In the heat this hike was a true trek, but it was so worth it to hear the sound of the waterfall as we came over the hill. The Lazaro waterfall has many places that are somewhat secluded and perfect for a picnic (or proposing). The price per person was 25 Reals (around $10USD at the time).
I recommend going early. We went at around 10-11am and had only 2 other people there at the waterfall after we had been there for 15 minutes.
To get to these Waterfalls, you will need to take a bumpy dirt road for around 6 km that is not for the faint of heart. If you are taking a tiny rental like I did, prepare to keep your momentum and find the right lines to turn that puny car into an offroading beast!
4.5 based on 323 reviews
Short but very busy street with a lot of small restaurants and bars, serving large variety of food and drinks. Most of places with alive music. Nice place to visit in couples for relaxing.
4.5 based on 309 reviews
9 members of my family hired a tour company to take us to this park. The road is unpaved and hard to transverse. We stopped at the "fan" overlook to see the city from above. Then we visited a medium sized rock formation with bats, and semiprecious stone rocks and a closeup of the native plants. The we visited a small chapel before ascending a steep trail to visit the 2nd highest peak in the state. Our last stop was a private waterfall. We got to swim if we wanted to before we took a different steep trail to meet up with our van. Visiting these places while interesting requires a high amount of endurance and stamina. Do not bother to visit if you cannot climb steep paths or do some simple rock climbing. Finally. We had a very well educated guide who explained the native plants and there medicinal uses. It is well worth the money to hire a guide to explain what you are seeing and help guide you on the trails.
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