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Vale Da Lua Brazil

Moon Valley is one of the most visited in the Chapada dos Veadeiros in the town of Alto Paraíso de Goiás . It is a set of rock formations carved in the rocks by the rapids of clear waters of the river San Miguel . It is outside the National Park Serra da Boa Vista, in a valley that becomes very dangerous during the rainy season due to sudden downpours. The name comes from the Valley of the Moon that resemble a landscape looks lunar , with small craters dug by the friction of the sand carried by the water with the rocks in the corners where the rapids are stronger, giving rise to small eddies and funnels. It is located 11 km from St. George by highway GO-239, entering by a dirt road opposite the National Park. Pays a small charge at the entrance guides but are not required.

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Valley of the Moon

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