Tijuca Forest Tour Roadmap
Dweller built in the oriental style, where you can see the Christ and the Sugar Loaf, a tribute to Chinese immigrants.
Bureau of the Emperor
Lookout with amazing views of the city.
Built in 1855, originally known as Chapel of Our Lady of Bethlehem, was renamed after the sale of land to Director Francisco de Paula Mayrink.
It is the largest waterfall in Tijuca Forest, has 35 meters and is named after the artist Nicolas them Taunay, who arrived in Brazil in 1816, with the French Artistic Mission.
Included in Tijuca Forest Tour
Pick up at your Hotel
Bilingual Certified Guide
Transport with Air
Different price for children
Departure times of Tijuca Forest Tour
Values of Tijuca Forest Tour
R$ 230,00 (30 reais off for payment in cash)
Children (6 to 10 years)
Children (under 6 years)
Departure locations of Tijuca Forest Tour