Chapada Dos Veadeiros National Park: An All-inclusive Guide To This Wildlife Haven

chapada dos veadeiros national park an all inclusive guide to this wildlife haven

Located in the state of Goias, in Brazil, is the Chapada Dos Veadeiros National Park. A park that ages up to 1.8 billion years, yet discovered and established as a national park only in 1961 by President Juscelino Kubitscheck. Due to its brimming beauty, the park has been listed as one of the World Natural Heritage Sights by UNESCO in 2001. The park is an abode to innumerable species of flora and fauna, waterfalls and landscapes and therefore makes you one with nature and forget all your gadgets for the time being (except your cameras, they are important to capture the moment).

About Chapada Dos Veadeiros National Park In Brazil

Once upon time, this area gave people around the world the gold rush, as it was a flourishing gold mine around the 18th century. And it was during this time when slavery was at its peak. However, with the mines soon disappearing, some clans escaped from the grip of slavery and sustained their nativity over the years. You may find many of these native and tribal communities such as the Quilombos and other such Kalunga communities, who with the idea of preserving their nativity and culture, engage with the tourists in the most welcoming way and give them a taste of originality…

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