The Tijuca Forest Hike – Pedra Bonita and Pico da Tijuca
Rio de Janeiro, the marvelous city, is an incredible destination that offers various tourist stops for all tastes. If you like tanning, you can enjoy a whole day at its beaches. And for those who like the nature the Tijuca Forest hike is the best option.
However, adventure lovers have an obligatory stop in the middle of Rio: the Tijuca forest. In addition to housing the largest number of animal species (some even in extinction), it is also the natural lung of the city.
The Tijuca forest is considered the largest urban forest in the world. With a radius of 32 kilometers, its highest point is Pico Tijuca, from which you have a bird’s eye view of the entire city. 360 degrees of sun, coast, and tropical beauty!
As promoters of ecotourism and adrenaline, our Tijuca Forest Hike focuses on climbing along the official road to Pedra Bonita. Don’t forget to bring your camera! The view from the beautiful stone will leave you enchanted.
The journey from the forest entrance to Pedra Bonita is approximately 40 minutes. Our private tour includes transportation from Zona Sul and a bilingual guide, fully prepared to help you up.
We always recommend our adventure tourists to wear comfortable shoes (climbing shoes are welcome!), enough hydration, fresh clothes, hats, sunscreen, and insecticides. Mosquitoes and ants are a natural problem in the forest!
Discover the Tijuca Forest Hike visiting Pedra Bonita and Tijuca Peak.
- Chinese View
- Dona Marta Top View
- Tauanay Fall
- Pedra Bonita Hike
- Tijuca Forest Hike
Important Infos about our Complete Tour Tijuca Forest Hike
- Private transportation
- Exclusive Tour Guide
- Pick-up and Drop-off at South Zone or Downtown of Rio.
Drinks and lunch and tickets.
Monday to Friday