Home of the hang gliders launch point The National Park of Tijuca is a haven for all adventure-seeking people, and their diverse sports. Some of the activities that can be done within The Park or just near by include hang gliding, skating, hiking, rappelling, trekking, climbing, mountain biking, surfing, kite surfing, body boarding, diving etc. Just inside the town.
Founded in an 1850′s coffee depot and lodge, the building remains intact and preserved from the days when the Viscount of Mau had its steel beams ordered from London and assembled in Praa Afonso Viseu, where, still surrounded by the great mansions of the age, the house served as a meeting ground for coffee farmers and traders. Adorned by the natural beauty of Tijuca Forest, the point rapidly grew in popularity. Today, at the entrance of Tijuca Forests National Park, the house has been refurbished to the most modern of standards. With its comfortable and acclimatized rooms the house once again comes alive to host your every desire.
o Guest Kitchen & Fridge
o Barbecue Area
o Mens and Womens shower rooms
o Independent mens and womens changing rooms
o Feminine Dorms and Mixed Dorms
o Independent Shower rooms
o Feminine powder rooms with hairdryers and ironing board
o Sheets, towels, and 24 Hs. hot water.
- Staff speaks English, French & Spanish.
- We are a Perfect Family Friendly Hostel as well Eco and Adventure
profile in Rio de Janeiro.
Cancellation policy: 48hrs
In order to guarantee your reservation at NYE and Carnival, besides the 10% deposit made to Hostelworld.com you will need to pay 50% in advance in order to secure your booking for those periods. We will contact you to send you the money transfer details.
Subsede Top of the World Cup and 2014 Olympic host der 2016, Rio de Janeiro was chosen in the Best City, the Best Design Award 2011, awarded by the British magazine Wallpaper, a global benchmark in design and fashion style. The Marvelous City beat Chicago, Hong Kong, Johannesburg and Oslo in the poll sponsored by the publication. Besides the natural beauty and friendly inhabitants, peacemaking in poor communities in Rio decisively contributed to the choice of Rio