Mae Bonifacia Park, Cuiaba

4.5
#1 of 68 in Parks in State of Mato Grosso
Must see · Park · Nature / Park
This lush 768,903 sq m (190 acre) ecological reserve is the result of a recent transformation of Cuiabá’s urban landscape. Preserving a considerable green area of the city, following the trails through the dense vegetation of Mae Bonifacia Park you will see the amazing native flora and fauna including Capuchin monkeys, capybaras, and lizards. As a popular recreational destination for locals, the park has a great energy and you will always find someone making use of its various exercise facilities. The wooden observation tower is a great place for you to look out over the canopy of trees and really appreciate the beauty of nature. Arrange to visit Mae Bonifacia Park and other attractions in Cuiaba using our Cuiaba trip itinerary planner.
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  • Good place to hide from the sun. There are a lot of birds and amusing little monkeys. A lot of people go work out there. There are some restrooms where You can drink water for free.  more »
  • The park is only okay in the crowded city. There are many paved walkways. We saw some, but not many, birds. We saw some monkeys, turtles, and of course, acuates (sp).  more »
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  • Mtoooooo legalll
  • Great option for those who enjoy a morning running or walking. Also recommended to anyone who wants to see beautiful sawana area with transition areas to "Cerradão", all this without leaving the city. Enjoy it!
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