This is the official hop-on hop-off bus from the south of Brazil. The route includes attractive and touristic points from both cities: Gramado and Canela.Our double decked bus provide an informative and entertaining commentary, so you can get to know the history of the cities and local insights.Presenting your ticket at the stops and to any of our partners, you get incredible discounts and gifts.Enjoy your stay in Gramado and Canela!
• 1 day
Enjoy the charm and beauty of Gramado and Canela. Known for their Bavarian style architecture, handicrafts, and homemade chocolate, these two cities retain the hallmarks of German culture.
• 8 hours
Enjoy the charm and beauty of Gramado and Canela, known for their Bavaria style architecture, handicrafts, and homemade chocolate, these two cities retain the hallmarks of German culture
• 8 hours
Caracol State Park is a Brazilian conservation unit located in the southern region of the State of Rio Grande do Sul, in the municipality of Canela.
• 4 hours
It has an area of 20 hectares in the middle of the Atlantic Forest bathed by three water courses. All with strong slope in relation to its springs, providing the formation of diverse waterfalls and canyons. It is these untouched natural scenery that unfold through the tracks and invite the visitors to a pleasant route rewarded with panoramas in lookouts allowing a true interaction with the local nature
• 4 hours
The Castelinho Caracol, one of the first residences in the Town of Canela, was built in the beginning of the 20th Century, between the years of 1913 and 1915, by Pedro Carlos Franzen who was married to Luiza Sommer. The couple had six children. Fernando, Alfredo, Cora and Ivone were born in Caracol. Irene, the eldest and the one who stayed at the Castelinho, and Anita were born in Sesmaria Machado. The residence was built with araucaria wood, a typical pine of the region, with a system of fitted wood boards and screws, without the use of nails. Before its use, the wood received a biological treatment. First it was immersed in the waters of the Arroio Caracol - Caracol Creek- during six months. After that, it was sawn and dried in the shadow in order to last longer. Then, the wood was worked on and cut according to the shape needed to build a little castle.
• 1 hour
A full weekend to enjoy in family and know more of Chile, its towns, its people and flora and fauna.A tour on-road, approximately 1.100 kms. that allow us to have to do much, can visit different places in the North of Chile, in the area where the desert start.Private tour and guide.
• 2 days