Phototrip Bonito - Luise Hakasi - ebook
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A dreamlike nature reserve attracts in Brazil: Bonito. With the famous Buraco the macaws full of colorful parrots, the deep blue cave Gruta Azul and snorkeling in the Rio Prata, the unforgettable nature reserve with an unimaginable biodiversity. Not to mention the fantastic rafting on the rapids of Rio Sucuri or Rio Formoso... Come with me! Get to know Brazil! Dozens of photos will make you fall in love.

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Luise Hakasi

Phototrip Bonito

(Rio Prata)

for Pedro, Flavia, Zé and Valeria BookRix GmbH & Co. KG80331 Munich

Preface Photo tour Brazil: Bonito - Rio Prata

A dreamlike nature reserve attracts in Brazil: Bonito; one of the most popular and beautiful holiday destinations in Brazil, also for the Brazilians themselves. With the famous Buraco das Araras full of colorful parrots, the deep blue cave Gruta Azul and snorkeling in the Rio Prata, the unforgettable nature reserve with an unimaginable biodiversity. Not to mention the fantastic rafting on the rapids of Rio Sucuri or Rio Formoso... Come with me! Get to know Brazil! Dozens of photos will make you fall in love. Doubtless one of the most gorgeous destinations on our planet.

 

Rio da Prata (Rio de la Plata), translated as "silver river"

 

In fact, this "river" is the world's largest estuary (290 km long, 220 km wide), the large South American rivers Paraná (the second longest river in South America) and Uruguay through a fertile delta of 3.2 million square kilometers into the Atlantic Ocean. On the southern bank Buenos Aires, on the north bank Montevideo. Loamy mud colors the water partially cloudy and ocher to reddish brown. The depths are often only up to 20 m. The regions around this river are very populated: Gran Buenos Aires / Argentina with about 12 million inhabitants on the south bank and the Uruguayan capital Montevideo with about 2 million inhabitants on the north bank. In Brazil, the river belongs to the state of Mato Grosso do Sul.