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Unclear why this is supposedly one of the top tourist attractions in the state of Rio de Janeiro. The boats are no longer allowed to enter the cave so you just do a brief (like 2-minute) stop for pictures as part of your boat tour...More
The excursion was good but they promised to bring us to 3 different places: one for 30 min (ilha do farol), Gruta azul just passing by without possibility for stopping for diving, pontal de atalaia was not possible to stop due to weather conditions, and...More
After passing the Fenda dos Ingleses, the boat will reach the open seashore, and arrive at Gruta Azul. Some boats enters in the Cave, but this is only secure in good sea conditions. I have never been in Greece, but it seems to me to...More
Crystal clear waters on the Atlantic Ocean, many boats go there to see an impressive cave called Gruta Azul. It is a sort of Brazilian Capri. You can even see whales when they search for less cold waters for laboring. It is a must see...More
We stayed at Saquarema beach south of Arraial do Cabo and drove one hour north for a day boat trip. It's too far to do a day trip from Rio, though tours do operate from there. Most charter boats charge R$30 for a 5 hour...More