Gruta Do Lago Azul, Bonito

Gruta Do Lago Azul - A Quick Overview


Address: Bonito, state of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil

Phone: +55-6732551740

Ticket Price: 36 BRL

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

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About Gruta Do Lago Azul, Bonito

The postcard representative of Bonito, the Gruta do Lago Azul is a stunning cave having a radiant underground lake and enormous stalagmites and stalactites formations. Situated at a distance of 21 kilometres from Bonito, an excursion to the cave is usually undertaken through local guided tours. Exploring this magical cave is a must do while on your trip to Bonito.

Gruta Do Lago Azul Information

  • Wearing a safety helmet is a must and is provided by tour operators.
  • Wear sturdy shoes and don’t forget to apply bug repellent.
  • One of the busiest attractions in Bonito, it is advised to book a tour atleast a couple of weeks in advance.

Gruta Do Lago Azul Ticket Prices

  • The mentioned ticket price is a rough estimate for a half-day excursion.

Gruta Do Lago Azul Opening and Closing Hours

  • It is recommended to visit Gruta do Lago Azul between 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

How To reach Gruta Do Lago Azul by Public Transport

  • Transportation provided by tour operators at additional costs.
  • Hiring a moto-taxi is recommended.

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Gruta Do Lago Azul, Bonito Reviews

  • Unique place. Not all guides speak English. Definitely worth a visit.

  • Very small cave. No English guide. Didn't like it.

  • No english speaking Guide and too expensive.

  • The Gruta do Lago Azul is about 1 hour drive from Bonito, mostly dirt road (translation: bumpy ride). It is a very beautiful cave with plenty of stalagmites (^) and stalactites (v). From the reception area there is a short hike to the entrance of the cave and then one descends steps that have handrails except in a few spots. At the bottom one can see the lake and its beautiful blue water. Best time to go: from mid-november to mid-february there is a time when the sun hits the late directly. Usually around 8:30-9:00 AM in the morning. These are the most sought after spots for the cave and I believe one needs to setup a visit at these times months ahead. Tip: Apply plenty of insect repellent on exposed skin. Some women obviously knew about this and came with yoga pants and long sleeves which are an excellent way to defeat the mosquitoes

  • I stayed in the Visitor Center while the tourists I was with went on tour. Small gift shop, big wait. Is not Russia.

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