Chalé in High Paradise w/Natural Pool & Body Temple

Chalé in High Paradise w/Natural Pool & Body Temple

Jahlyn

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our chalé recently renovated in November of 2017, borders Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park, blessed with mineral water from Morro da Baleia, a natural pool with wooden deck and a 200m2 wood floor dance temple and pilates equipment. It is one of 2 chalets on 26 Hectares of Brazilian Savanna, uniquely known as "bioma do cerrado" one of the world’s most biologically rich savannah ecosystem,featuring wildly beautiful and unspoiled surroundings with scenery that simultaneously conjures the vast plains of Africa and the rippling mountains of Kauai. Scattered about are hundreds of waterfalls, many flowing into river pools that are warm enough to swim in and clean enough to drink from. The region’s geology also comes with the requisite mystical component: Just beneath the soil is the world’s largest crystal bed, allegedly so luminous that it’s visible from outer space. Araras, tucanos among many other types of wild birds graze the skies landscape on a daily basis. Located close to all the main waterfalls, the land is a refuge 9 km from the entrance of the National Park in São Jorge and 9 km from Alto Paraiso de Goiás.

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More about us

  1. My son Salomão who is 6 and my name is Jahlyn.

  2. I’m homeschooling my son and traveling with him to study, learn languages and to walk and dance life in beauty.

  3. We love kung fu, modern dance, ballet, circus arts, music and sculpting ourselves! I have a degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in Industrial Design but consider myself more of a sculptor than anything else and right now a mother.

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In Alto Paraíso it’s easy to see why so many of South America’s indigenous cultures consider nature and spirituality to be essentially the same thing. With some of the cleanest air and purest water on the continent, this is the kind of place that could make a tree hugger out of Joan Rivers. It’s hard not to meditate while you’re staring at a 390-foot waterfall that you have all to yourself, and it’s hard not to want to save the planet while you’re eating a perfectly ripe mango that you’ve just found next to a stream as a wild toucan watches you from the tree’s upmost branch.

Buzzy restaurants
Cravo e Canela, Alkymia, La Vita e Bela
Cool bars
Soma Soma
Cozy cafés
Prim Plim Plim, Confraria do Café
Retail therapy
Silvana Lacombe, Sara Vaz, Vistar Shook, Tamasa Deva, Prem Baba Ashram and Coursework
Bit of culture
Encontro das Culturas, Aldeia Multietnica, Arroboboi Dance and Music Intensive
Walks in the park
Parque Nacional do Chapadas do Veadeiros, Hot Air Ballooning
Spot of exercise
Hiking, Trails, Swimming, Horseback Riding, Sítio Prisma D'Água Body Temple, Studio Ayni Tribal Fusion Arts and Dance Medicine
Day tripping
Raizama, Poço Encantado, Cachoeira Santa Barbará, Valé da Lua, Cachoeira São Bento, Cachoeira dos Cristais, Loquinhas,

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