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LocalAventura Tour: Half-Day São Paulo Hiking Tour: Jaraguá Peak
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Half-Day São Paulo Hiking Tour: Jaraguá Peak

Venture to the west of the city for a hike resulting in amazing views

4 hrs

São Paulo

1 ~ 25

Low content


To the west of the Brazilian city of São Paulo is Pico do Jaraguá. As the tallest mountain in São Paulo, it towers over the sprawling metropolis. This challenging hike is four kilometers up to the peak for an incredible view of São Paulo. The hike is surprisingly peaceful, considering the mountain overshadows the vastness of this impressive urban area. On your hike up, you’ll be surrounded by beautiful plants and even catch a glimpse of the small monkeys native to the area. After hiking up four kilometers, you will be rewarded by dazzling views of the seemingly endless metropolis of São Paulo. 


  • Meet your Local Guide early in the morning at a designated meeting point in central São Paulo.
  • Your guide will drive you from downtown to reach the base of the mountain
  • Begin your ascent and admire the surrounding forest.
  • Stop to see the native monkeys in their habitat.
  • Reach the peak and enjoy some incredible views of all of São Paulo.
  • Start your descent to return to the city.
  • Drop-off back at the meeting point

Eligibility criteria

  • Be prepared for a medium-level track
  • Not recommended for people who have a fear of heights.

What's Included

  • Roundtrip transportation from central São Paulo meeting place to Jaraguá Peak
  • Water

What's not included

  • Lunch

Additional Pricing Information (*)

  • A less expensive, group version of this tour may be available for groups of less than 6 people to join.
  • Groups larger than 15 may be accomodated.
  • For more infomation please contact


  • Wear sunscreen, insect repellant, and sunglasses
  • Wear closed-toe hiking shoes, long sleeves, and light pants
  • Bring a small backpack and snacks.


Good for Groups Highly Active Outdoorsy Types


Samir Reis

Born and in raised São Paulo, a large metropolis of almost 12 million people, you would think that I didn’t spend much time in nature. But in fact, it was the opposite. This city is filled with incredible green spaces, forests, and wildlife.

As a child, I joined the Boy Scouts and learned all about the wilderness, camping, and gave me a love for adventure. In college, I studied finance and business administration. Through my jobs that followed after graduation, I got the opportunity to travel around North America, Europe, and South America. This instilled a passion for travel that was so strong I decided to switch career paths. I began working in tourism in 2010 because I wanted to help other people have the kinds of meaningful experiences that I had when I traveled. My tours are for an adventurous traveler who is seeking the unconventional. Follow me into the woods to see some spectacular waterfalls, wildlife and majestic views.

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