Tourist Places to Visit in Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo, Brazil and the beginning

This trip was originally published on SandeepaChetan's Travel Blog.

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Lapa 400
Rua Inacio Pereira da Rocha, 520, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 05432-011
Ibirapuera Park
Av Pedro Alvares Cabral, Portoes 2, 3 e 10, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 04094-050


Paraty
From Sao Paulo it was off to Paraty for a little longer than planned once again thanks to the colossal rain. But we managed to meet some fab hostel mates and venture out to the giant slip and slide waterfalls at Cachoeira do Toboga where the locals skidded down on their feet. I saw one guy slip and cut his eyebrow open but this didn’t stop anyone. Further up the falls was an 8m jump spot, something I couldn’t attempt but Seb managed it twice. We managed to get a group together to charter a boat trip around the islands on the final day with some snorkeling and sunburn!

About Sao Paulo

We headed north to Sao Paulo, a place we only intended to spend a couple of nights, but we got the best Couchsurfing hosts imaginable, we were their first surfers and could have easily been their last if we decided to stay forever! There was so much to see and do in 5 days in this massive city, 3 times the population of Switzerland. We were staying in Moema just round the corner from Parque Ibirapuera so we got to see yet more Niemeyer buildings and galleries. We even headed to a water park in a SESC community park on a day when the main Brazilian news channel was filming, coincidentally the same day that Seb learned that it was compulsory to wear Speedos.
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