Sunsets at one of the valleys in the Serra do Cipó.

Dwell along nature in the Serra do Cipó

Jean Pierre Contasti
Jean Pierre Contasti

After a short drive northeast from Belo Horizonte, following the route of MG-020, you’ll reach an area on which you can retreat along unspoiled landscapes. Certainly, the surroundings change as soon as you enter the Parque Nacional da Serra do Cipó, protecting almost 32 square kilometers of cerrado vegetation and the rich wildlife within.

A rocky escarpment as seen in the Serra do Cipó while sunlight slowly fades.
Rocky escarpments in the Serra do Cipó, Minas Gerais | Photo by Roberto Garzon

In other words, the Serra do Cipó is a region known for its typical food, a wide range of outdoor activities, and a good touristic infrastructure. Therefore, Kopa Turismo, based on Santana do Riacho, offers you the opportunity of enjoying the place with one or more of the many tours available, either for an escapade with friends, your loved one, or the entire family.

Rocks and water mingle at a waterfall in the Serra do Cipó
Waterfalls (cachoeira), a common feature of the Serra do Cipó in Minas Gerais | Photo by Dante Acher

Moreover, as daylight surrounds you, begin one of the experiences around the park’s many waterfalls and trails around the tropical savannas. So, as you hike, be ready to get muddy too as you try to reach spots of natural wonder such as the Cachoeira do Tabuleiro, which is the third-highest in all of Brazil with a fall over 273 meters (896 feet)

What are you waiting for? Reach the Serra and enjoy its many sights, never forget to share this experience with us, here on #Tripsst!

Explore the wild, you’re up!

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