There's nothing like swimming in crystal-clear water with tons of colorful fish to keep you company! This is the Rio da Prata Eco reserve in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. It's an amazing place to snorkel, swim, and dive.
On a exclusive visit to Anhumas cave, during the filming of the route of French anthropologist Lévi-Strauss' travels inside Brazil, I had the chance to photograph this natural sanctuary on an closed for visitation day. As part of a regular adventure tour program sold in nearby Bonito town, you can rappel 72m down this magnificent limestone cave. People also snorkel in its lake of crystal clear water with limestone pinnacles on the bottom.
Bar Mercearia is one of the best places to have few beers and snacks with friends in Campo Grande. The place is an authentic tribute to the football world (inside, there are dozens of football shirts hanging up on the walls) and everyone is drinking beer from a vast selection which includes over 200 brands in stock. Don't miss the snacks either, especially the cookies!
You like rock? Well, you can't miss this pub. It is a nice place, with great food and drink, beautiful people and most importantly of all, good music! You can easily pass time with your friends here, enjoying the live music at the bar. The style varies - heavy rock, pop rock and even jazz. Recommended!
This is another of the great attractions of the Park of the Indiginous Nations of Campo Grande! This museum is definitely one of the most important museums throughout the city, home to works by regional plastic artists as well as some national and international works. It has educational and cultural programming, and organizing musical performances, dance and other arts. The tour's free, from Tuesday to Sunday 18h.