Serra dos Orgãos National Park is one of the foremost centers of trekking, mountain climbing and rock climbing in Brazil. Whether you are a novice walker or a seasoned adventurer, the park has something to offer, with extensive trails throughout the region that can take anywhere from a few hours to several days. The park covers a 110 km area of forested mountains rising from 145 m at its lowest point to 2,263 m at its highest.
The most famous of these formations is the Dedo de Deus (God’s Finger) rock, which resembles a hand pointing towards the sky. It is 1,692 m high and can be seen in the background of the flag of the Rio de Janeiro state.
We’re going to visit some waterfalls and then drive to the higher part of the park to hike the famous “post card trail”.
Included: Transportation & guide.
Not included: National park entrance, around R$20.
Lenght: 2.400 mts (round trip)
Duration: 8h (approx)