Atelier Caminho do Ouro


Atelier Caminho do Ouro

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History of this Location

This trail was originally used by the Guaiana Indians in the 18th century. It was also the best route to move gold found in Mina Gerais to the port of Paraty, where it would be taken to Portugal by boat. In the 19th century, it was used to transport coffee. When rail transport was established in 1888, the road was abandoned. It is now a historic feature of Brazil's national park system. Hiking and horseback riding are easily accessible to visitors.

Sustainable Features

This road is a historic, scenic destination that is open to the public and may be used for guided tours. It is a protected national forest. There is an entrance fee. There are tour guides and materials for self-guided tours.


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