The boat is very well structured and equipped, I just felt a little difficulty getting up and down to the upper bed as it didn’t have support and high steps. The bathroom and shower are perfect and the cleanliness of the room and garbage collection is impeccable. The idea of leaving the beach and boat towels in different colors was very good.
All of the team, without exception, were fantastic, and attentive, helping us to get on and off the boats and being attentive to the use of vests during the tours. The regional menu was wonderful, with everything in the right measure, and a perfect combination of flavors. The chefs are a 10, and the boat was always clean, even after the walk the team asked us to leave our sneakers and they cleaned them. Our captain was calm and assured of our way to go. The guide was fantastic with his stories and experiences, it was an intense exchange of culture and knowledge and the whole group learned a lot. He was always attentive to the smallest details and explained the schedule after the meal so we didn’t miss any details. I felt total security on the tours we took because of this team with us.
I found the information on the importance of wearing life jackets before the expedition to start to be very important, along with all other information and the nominal presentation of each team member and their duties to be carried out. I loved the fact that there was no internet and tv on the bedroom. Once again I repeat that the whole team was a 10.
At Mirante do Gavião the location was wonderful, the staff attentive and attentive to everything. The room was comfortable and I loved that it didn’t have a tv. Everything perfect! The guide made our city tour and it was perfect, as well as the expedition. Getting to know the support programs for sustainable activities in the region and knowing that in some way we are participating enhances the purpose of the trip even more. I loved the restaurant with the rich menu. The breakfast was delicious and impeccable in the regional proposal, congratulations to the whole team from the kitchen to the person who served us. As for the boat trips I took 2 of them, I was worried that the use of a life jacket was left to the discretion of each tourist, in my group only me and 2 other people used it.
I suggest that at the time of booking we are asked for the weight, so that a certain number of vests according to weight could already be separated, and that together with the vest offered, guidance and education on the importance of its use be made. There were times when the boat swayed a lot due to the wind and others when we crossed from one shore to the other. I know everyone is experienced, but accidents and incidents can happen and prevention is everything. It should not be left to the tourist’s discretion.
The walk through the forest to Madada was fantastic, I learned a lot from the guide who pointed out various elements of nature to be used for survival and care in the forest. The caves themselves are a spectacle in themselves. We returned from this trip and immersion with the desire to return to the region and certainly see you soon, for new travel proposals for 2023.