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Rio de contas - Taboquinhas - BA
Brazil

Rio de Contas é um importante atrativo turístico de Itacaré e Taboquinhas Proporcionando passeios de canoas,barcos,lanchas o Rio de Contas é ideal para esportes náuticos e pescaria satisfazendo esportistas e visitantes em busca de momentos únicos. Subindo de Itacaré em direção a Taboquinhas maravilhosas Cachoeiras; Cleandro e Pancada Grande oferecem banhos refrescantes em perfeito contato com a mata Atlântica. Manguezais, bromélias, pássaros, ilhotas completam a atmosfera perfeita deste inigualável berçário de vida e cor Restaurantes típicos em suas margens, entre coqueirais recebem com iguarias e simpatia típica desta localidade Corredeiras de classe III e IV são atrações especiais para os amantes de Raffiting saindo de Taboquinhas; Carossel, Agem, Fumo, Funil, Corredor Polonês, Surpresa e Pancada são as mais conhecidas Águas cristalinas, temperatura agradável, amplas margens, o Rio de Contas do interior até seu deságue nas praias de Itacaré oferece um espetáculo de águas deslumbrante onde nos conta a história da Bahia

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Uploaded: 12/11/2012
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