Our Tijuca Rainforest Jeep Tour from Rio de Janeiro begins with the departure from the passengers hotels to travel by jeep through the traditional neighborhood of Santa Teresa, where we will find mansions built in the early twentieth century by the British who settled in the area, due to its similarity with the England weather. Today it is a place for artists and intellectuals. Instead of visiting San Teresa, you can choose to visit the Botanical Gardens of Rio de Janeiro.
We will then continue our journey to reach the National Park of Tijuca Forest, the largest urban forest in the world, where is located the monument of Christ the Redeemer at the top of Corcovado hill, to a height of 710 meter above sea level. At this point, passengers will change of vehicle to get on a van that will transport them to the entrance of Corcovado, then we will return to the Jeep.
Then it continues with a visit to the Dona Marta panoramic viewpoint to admire the magnificent scenery, also is from where we will take a short hike up to a waterfall.
The tour concludes with the return to the passengers hotels.