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Nhundiaquara River

Estrada Capituva, Morretes, State of Parana 83350-000, Brazil
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Inside the city you can see the river. The most part of the restaurant is in its side. If you want... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
Marcos A
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Brasilia, DF
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The Heart of the Village!

The River is naturally fantastic, the city itself is remarkable. "Nhundiaquara" means, in Classic... read more

Reviewed 31 December 2016
GuilhermeWillian
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30 Apr 2017
“Good”
31 Dec 2016
“The Heart of the Village!”
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Estrada Capituva, Morretes, State of Parana 83350-000, Brazil
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Reviewed April 30, 2017 via mobile

Inside the city you can see the river. The most part of the restaurant is in its side. If you want u can take a ride in a small boat.

Thank Marcos A
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Reviewed December 31, 2016

The River is naturally fantastic, the city itself is remarkable. "Nhundiaquara" means, in Classic Tupi, one of the Languages spoken by Indigenous people in South America, "Fishing Hole". it is the heart of the town in which along the river you can see how the...More

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Reviewed November 27, 2016

Grab a beer from one of the bars and sit in the shade watching the world promenade past. Other than lunching or strolling in the hot sun around a rather boring town...this is the thing to do in Morretes.

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Reviewed January 8, 2016

The river is an unavoidable aspect to the town of Morretes and it is what makes the town pretty in the end. Hanging out next to the river while sipping on a beer is probably the highlight of your trip here.

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Reviewed April 8, 2015

In the summer, on a very hot day, a nice experience is going down the river in a buoy (actually an old truck tyre). It's cheap, fun, and relatively safe, as long as you have common sense.

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Reviewed January 29, 2015

Going down the river on a float is something you have to do once in Morretes.... you will enjoy the river beauties and the historical houses on the sides... the water is cold and pleasant. Specially on summer time when the temperature reaches the 40C...More

Thank Luciana B
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Reviewed December 10, 2014 via mobile

If you take the train up to Morettes bring a swim suit. The rental shop has shower facilities. Go for a float down the river.

Thank BCsaralou
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