What you'll do
We will meet at the Barra Funda subway station at 9:00 am, and we will pick up a train on the Rubi line or line 7, which connects the center of São Paulo to the city of Jundiaí. It´s the first railway lines of the São Paulo city, and considered one of the old memories of the city development in the early 20th century. After arriving at a beautiful and classic train station, (from 1955) we will walk for 1 km until the entrance of the trail. During this journey we will pass the indigenous tribe located at the foot of the Jaraguá Peak. Father Ze Trail: Distance: 3600 meters (round trip) Duration: 2h30 Difficulty: Medium During the trail that connects the lower part, to the upper part of the State Park, it is possible to observe native specimens of flora and fauna, such as monkey-prey, toucan-toothed beetle, sloth beetle, palmito-juçara, guapuruvus, ipê -amarelo, pau-d'alho, among others. Arriving at the top of the mountain, we will enjoy the view, take photos, eat fruit, and rest for about 45 minutes. we will finish our experience at the train station , where I will help each guest to take the best itinerary to return to the destination, or You can even take a uber , in front of the park entrance.
Fruits I offer fruit during this experience: (Banana, Mace, Orange, Mexica), I will always take Fruit for our walk. =)
WATER The park has sources of drinking water. Bring your bottle. =)
I usually to say tha Jaraguá Peak is my backyard. I grew up in the region, and I have some child memories of climbing up often with my father, my grandfather or friends, sometimes on the trail, sometimes on the road, weekly, since always. I have a great love and affection for this ecological reserve. Currently, I work with cultural production and social impact, so I believe in the importance of presenting the Jaraguá State Park and the environmental preservation and research work that takes place in the area, while observing the city of São Paulo from the top, to 1,135m altitude.
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Where you'll be
We will walk through the middle of the Clarisse Village neighborhood, and we will pass in front of the Guarani indigenous village, TEKOÁ PYAU, one of the last indigenous villages of the city, that tries to survive and resist, in the midst of the city's growth. Before entering the trail, we will pass by the historical point of the park and we will see the Gold Wash Tank ,and the Afonso Sardinha house that are inside the park.
Keep these in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 10 guests ages 12 and up can attend.
The park entrance is free. I ask you to have respect and care with the local fauna and flora. Be aware of the Indigenous Village that lives in the region and in which we will pass in front.
Trail to the highest peak of SP.