Amantikir Park in Sao Paulo Admission Ticket

Sightseeing Tickets & Passes in Minas Gerais

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Created in Campos do Jordão, state of São Paulo, in the year 2007 The Amantikir Park receives, every year, a greater number of visitors. There are over 700 species of plants along the 60,000 m², Open to visitors every day of the year. Considered by TripAdvisor users as the best thing to do in Campos do Jordão for four consecutive years (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017), the Amantikir Park is a must-see attraction for both travelers, landscaping students, botanists, and people looking for experiences for human development and well-being with nature.
Visit: Amantikir Park, Campos Do Jordao, State of Sao PauloThe Serra Escarpada that accompanied the river Paraíba (ugly river in Tupi), where today Campos do Jordão, known by the natives as amantikir, "the mountain that cries", has become Mantiqueira in the pronunciation of Lusitanos. (Understand the origin of the name by knowing the legend of Amantikir). The Amantikir Park, conceived by four lovers of Mantiqueira, intends to pay a sincere homage to the mountain's true values and its exuberant nature, free from fads and foreignisms. Thus, instead of seeking a resemblance to European locations, the park aims to rescue and value the natural and cultural elements of our region. Geographically the Mantiqueira occupies about 25,000 km² and extends through three states, Minas Gerais (75%), Rio de Janeiro (5%) and São Paulo (20%). Following this same condition, the park will be subdivided into three regions: - Mantiqueira Paulista, with representative gardens from several countries, in harmony with the most cosmopolitan and "European" region. - Mantiqueira Fluminense, more Nordic and preservationist, will be represented in the park only by forests and forests. - Mantiqueira Mineira, genuine and traditional, will be represented by Brazilian gardens characteristic of the area inhabited originally by the Tupi Nation.

What’s included

  • Local taxes
  • Entry/Admission - Amantikir Park

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks
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