The day after meeting our guide, Ba, we were off for our three day trek through Chapada Diamantina National Park featuring Brazil´s highest waterfall, dozens of swimming holes, several smaller waterfalls, beautiful valley views, and sleeping in caverns(very painful actually). The first day actually began in a bus to get us to the park entrance. From here, we would literally just walk home.. the scenic way of course. The first stop was Brazil´s highest ...
Around the World Forever
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Finally, a change of scenery! My current travel partners and I, Guillermo and Jerome from Spain and France respectively, jumped on an early morning bus for Lençois, a small town 7 hours away from Salvador of about 7000 people making a living from the tourists that come to visit the local national park, Chapada Diamantina. The town alone is pretty nice and has several natural attractions without straying too far from the center. So that´s how we spent t...