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Take a jeep tour and learn about the history of Favela
Favela Tour with Rainforest Jeep Tour by dany13
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Favela Tour with Rainforest Jeep Tour

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Jeep rides and walks around the alleys between community and commerce districts


  • Jeep Tour Ride
  • Get a beautiful and different perspective from Rio
  • Get to Know the Routine of the Locals
  • Slum Pacified by the Police
  • 20-30 Minute Hike Through Tijuca Rain Forest


  • Roundtrip Transfer to Most Hotels in São Conrado, Leblon, Ipanema, Copacabana, Barra, Santa Teresa and Centro
  • Professional Tour Guide


  • Food and Beverages
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • The specific departure time for this tour will be determined upon reconfirmation.

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Feb 17 2016
Jeep tour, enjoyed the walk and waterfall. Fantastic views, top marks to the tour guide to taking good care of us.
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Pick up at your hotel in the morning and embark on an adventure to the stone jungle of Rio and the lush green Tijuca Rainforest. Explore the contrast between the harsh realities of a local favela and beauty of the Tijuca Rainforest .

See life inside the Favela da Rocinha, the largest favela in Brazil, as you take a guided walking tour through the streets and alleys. Meet the locals and gain insight into the challenges these communities face. Learn how even through such difficulties the people of the favela are able to smile and welcome visitors.

Travel by jeep to the Tijuca Rainforest that surrounds Rio. Enter the largest urban rainforest. Hike approximately 20 to 30 minutes along a trail that takes you under the rainforest canopy. See various wildlife as you enjoy the tranquility of the area. Feel the spray of Cachoeira dos Macacos (Waterfall of the Monkeys) and Taunay Waterfall. Enjoy the impressive views of Rio from the pavilion on top of Tijuca National Park, Vista Chinesa (Chinese View) built in the early 1900s.

Dropped off back at your hotel at the conclusion of the tour.