Indigenous Village with Waterfall Iriri

The Iriri Waterfall is located at the same height as the beach of the same name (km 548 of the Rio-Santos highway).

It is located in an indigenous area; in addition to getting to know the culture of the Pataxó Hã-hã-hãe, visitors can enjoy trails and a beautiful waterfall in the midst of preserved forest. The name of the village, “Iriri Kãnã Pataxi Üi Tanara”, which means “My village is nature”, reflects the work of protecting and preserving the environment carried out by the group.

They charge a fee for parking, sell handicrafts and by contacting them in advance, you have the chance to attend a performance of their culture.

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