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Description: Chapada Imperial in Brasília
The Imperial Plateau is a private ecological reserve that has been preserved since 1986. It has diversified training. It brings together the cerrado "strict sense", rocky cerrado, cerrado, mesophytic forests (interfluve and limestone), gallery forest, cerrado, murundum field, dirty field, grassland, grassland, marsh and paths. It has an approximate area of 4800 hectares and is located in the APA Cafuringa - Environmental Protection Area. This property is now the largest private preserved in the DF. Many animals do Imperial Plateau and its natural habitat, including many endangered species such as jaguar, maned wolf, giant anteater, giant armadillo, making it a wildlife sanctuary. It has rock formations and canyons in steep terrain about 95% preserved, are lands that lie on rocks over a billion years and covered with vegetation typical of the Cerrado. The cerrado is distinguished as the second biome in area, very rich botanical point of view. Chapada Imperial has a privileged location and is the highest point of the Federal District, 1342 meters. Dista 50 km from the center of the federal capital. There are three nature trails, marked by the specific degree of difficulty.
Along the creek Two Brothers, the clean water and drinking water, visitors meet various vegetation types of closed and visit several waterfalls of varying sizes on the course, whether the trails are short, medium or long.
The visits are done in groups, accompanied by trained local guides, who teach environmental education classes in addition to providing security for visitors. Output location and time to combine.
Chapada Imperial works according to the number of people receiving, so if you decide to visit us, call on the little map and print warning on the side.
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