Enjoy a private hiking tour to Pedra da Gavea with a specialist bilingual guide and certified climbing equipment and go on a full day adventure tour.
What to Expect
Experience a full of legends and mysteries hike and climb, the ideal hiking tour for those who enjoy lots of adventure and adrenaline. Pedra da Gavea is the biggest block of solid rock by the sea in the world and at the top of its 842 meters, you can see the main mountains of the city of Rio de Janeiro, as well as Guanabara Bay, Ipanema, Leblon, São Conrado, Barra Tijuca and the Serra dos Orgaos Region.
On this traditional circuit of Pedra da Gavea hike, the challenges are the way up of about two and a half hours and a basic level of rock climbing section called Carrasqueira. The hike is steep and has several natural obstacles that must be overcome. In the Carrasqueira, previous experience is not necessary and the guide will help the group using all the safety techniques and procedures necessary to carry out the adventure. Climbing equipment is included for use in the tour. The descent is made by a similar technique to rappel, but who controls the equipment and the descent is the guide, offering more comfort and safety. You just need to relax, enjoy and take lots of photos.
This hiking tour takes place inside the C sector of Tijuca National Park, which means that you are within the Rio de Janeiro Atlantic Rainforest and that we have great possibilities to find wild animals during the hike. Let's remember that the climate is hot and humid, making the Pedra da Gavea hike an excellent exercise.
- Eco-Adventure specialist bilingual guide
- Guided hiking to Pedra da Gavea
- Certified climbing equipment for local use
- Personal accident insurance and transportation
What's Not Included
- Any item not listed as included
Know Before You Go
Drug use or the intake of alcohol before or during activity, as well as possession of weapons of any kind, is not allowed, under penalty of cancellation of the activity.
When booking this tour, the tourist attests knowledge of the risk inherent in the activities.
The itinerary and the order of sightseeing may change due to weather and/or adverse conditions inherent in the practice of the supplier.
It is recommended that you bring comfortable hiking shoes with good grip, a light snack, 3 liters of water, sunscreen, insect repellent and a backpack to carry your things.