This wonderful particular reserve is full
of trails, waterfalls and
grottos. They have some caves too, but they aren't marked on the map and I
didn't have the chance to check them out yet. The water is like in
Ibitipoca: yellowish red, and so is the wildlife. Here the wolves come
every night to eat a dish of raw meat among the visitors.
The place is located in the middle of Minas
Gerais and it is more than two hundred years old. It was a school
1930's when the leading priest decided to close it as a school and leave
it only as a seminary, which in my opinion was a wise decision as it was
absurdly strict on its rules. In 1968, someone forgot to turn the book
binding machines off and in the middle of the night a good deal of the
complex burst into flames.
Luckily nobody got hurt, but the place had to close as a seminary as
well. I'm not sure how or when it became an Inn, but that's what it is
now: an Inn for those who search for some peaceful moments and nice