Trails for waterfalls, handicraft workshops with fish scale, contact with nature and lunch with unconventional food plants
Caruara is a neighborhood in the continetal area of Santos that houses a peculiar community that lives far from the urban center and close to nature. in the locality, women carry out community-based tourism with the help of young people. A social initiative but also environmental, to preserve the Atlantic Forest still existing in this part of Santos, which is the most part of the territory but less inhabited Santista. To get there we need to pass through the city of Guarujá crossing the ferryboat.
- Meet point
- Cross the ferryboat (if there is a long queue of the ferry we will go by the highway)
- Panoramic tour in the neighborhood
- Breakfast in the community with fruits, jams, coffee, juice and tapioca.
- Trail to the waterfall or crafts workshops with fish scales and reuse of cloths.
- Lunch with unconventional food plants
(taioba, banana, quilombola salad, fresh fish, rice and brazilian beans)
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station (Just in Santos or Guarujá.), Cruise Ship Port (Passenger terminal Giusfredo Santini - Concais - Santos), Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 6 hours
The duration include the time to go and back from the Caruara place by the Mata Atlântica and crossing the Port of Santos.
- Honda Fit 2015 (until 3)
- Local Van
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 reais - To buy, if you want, craftys, cachaças, candys, etc. And alcoholic beverages.
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
The itineraries by the sea or on the beaches also depend on the weather and sea conditions.