Surrounded by a beautiful natural landscape and situated just 100 metres from Cachoeira das Loquinhas Waterfall, Casa Sublime boasts a large hot tub. Ă€ la carte breakfast is available, as well as a gourmet cook, who cooks under request. Wi-Fi and parking are free.
The modern and stylish 2-bedroom holiday home offers a private bathroom, linens and towels. A shared living room with a flat-screen TV is featured. A shared, American-style kitchen including a refrigerator, oven, stove, microwave and utensils are available for guest use..
The property is situated on 40.000 metres squared of private green area. The on-site restaurant at Casa Sublime features an Italian gourmet chef and a wine list.
Alto Paraiso de Goias city centre and bus station are 2.5 km away. Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park is at a distance of 47 km away.
In the National Park there are the 120 m Waterfall, the 80 m Waterfall, the Corredeiras, Cannyon I, Cannyon II, the Carioquinhas Waterfall and the Jardim de Maitréya. In properties with controlled access: Águas Quentes, Morada do Sol, Banho das Crianças and Vale das Andorinhas, Salto do Raizama and Cannyon do Rio São Miguel, Vale da lua, Cachoeiras Almécegas I and Almécegas II, Cachoeira de São Bento, Cataratas do Rio dos Couros, Cachoeira do Rio Cristal, Cachoeira dos Anjos e dos Arcanjos, Água Fria, Cachoeira do Rio das Almas, Poço Encantado, Sertão Zen, Cachoeira do Rio Macaco, Território Kalunga, Lago Serra da Mesa, Bocaina do Faria, Cachoeira das Neves, Mirante do Pouso Alto, Alpes Goianos, Cachoeira do Santana, Cachoeira da Ave Maria, Morada do Sol, Pedra Escrita, Cachoeira das Pedras Bonitas, Cachoeira Santa Bárbara, Cachoeira Capivara, Cachoeira Candaru, Cachoeiras Barroco, Cachoeiras do Pratinha, Cachoeira Rei do Prata, Cachoeiras do Curriola, Cachoeira do São Bartolomeu, Cachoeiras Veredas, and Ponte de Pedra.
The rich fauna of the region includes species threatened by extinction such as the pampas deer (locally known as veado campeiro), marsh deer (cervo do pantanal), maned wolves (lobo guará), jaguar, and others like the rhea (ema), seriema, tapeti, giant armadillo (tatu canastra), anteater (tamanduá), capybara (capivara), tapir (anta), green-beaked toucan (tucano de bico verde), black vulture (urubu), and the king vulture (urubu rei). Many endangered species are found within the park's boundaries, such as the maned wolf, capybaras, rheas and others.
Chapada's climate is tropical, hot and semi-arid. The average annual temperature is around 25ºC (77ºF). The National Park is closed to the public during the rainy season (December to February). During the rest of the year it is mostly sunny and hot. At the height of the dry season (September), the temperature can peak at 40ºC (104ºF).
In the beginning of the year the climate is very humid, and it rains pretty much everyday. It is very dangerous to be close to a waterfall during bad weather, so, avoid visiting the area during those days.
After May, the rain ceases and the climate turns almost desertic. There's a six month period with almost no rain at all and it gets pretty dry and hot, as you can imagine (what makes the waterfalls even better!). In that sense, the best period for visiting is between June and July, because the probability of raining is very low, and the waterfalls still have plenty of water. After that, it is still worth seeing it, but the waterfalls won't be as good because they start running low on water (no, they never get dry).
Featuring a bath, this modern and stylish room features a private bathroom, linens and towels. A shared living room with a flat-screen TV and a shared, American-style kitchen including a refrigerator, oven, stove, and utensils are available for guest use. Free Wi-Fi is