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Eastside of the park. There is an off-road linking the two towns. Coming from Lençois there is a perfect rough camp just before you cross the rivers a couple of kms south of Lençois.
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We really enjoyed this 4x4 road. With our 6 meter LandCruiser it was a chalenge now and then. Take at least 3 hours, likely more to get to the main road.Report Check-In
Great road. If your not up for 4x4 ing. You can drive from lencois to the first river crossing and park there. There are a number of pools near there. I hiked up the river on a trail and a bunch of rock hoping to a very nice big waterfall. Sorry not sure the name. But it’s on mapsme
The road was dry. If it was wet I’m guessing the technical inclines would be difficult. The road gets narrow in some spots and lots of low branches. It didn’t take me that long. I think the road has been cleaned up close to the towns. But between the first river crossing in lencois until you pass right by a nice waterfall near andarai there will be obstacles in between very nice scenic drivingReport Check-In
The off-road is awesome but is 4WD only. The lady at tourist information told us it was a good dirt road, so we were a little surprised to encounter deep sand, big rocky washouts, steep slightly technical climbs/descents and 6 water crossings (deepest was 60cm and we are here in the dry season). We were taking it slow and making a lot of photos and videos but we spent about 3.5 hours on the first 18kms. We camped at a waterfall and the next 18 kilometers to Andaraí only took us about an hour. Absolutely fantastic ride and great camping.Report Check-In