BIRDWATCHING IN ESPÍRITO SANTO
BIRDWATCHING LOCATIONS AND CONTACT WITH NATURE
The ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AREA MESTRE ALVARO is located in the municipality Serra in Espírito Santo, Brazil. It is about 25 km from the state capital Vitória. It can be reached by the highway BR-101. With an area of 3,470 hectares and at 833 meters, the Serra-Sede area is a typical example of the remaining coastal Atlantic Forest.
The mountain Mestre Alvaro is considered one of the biggest coastal elevations along the Brazilian coast line. In 1991 the environmental protection area (APA) Mestre Alvaro was created. The area is very rich in fauna, flora and water resources. The Mestre Alvaro is a natural monument of extraordinary beauty and a known local landmark. It is a site of historical events for African, European and indigenous cultures. Every year, it attracts many tourists and hikers who venture along the dozens of kilometers of trails and paths.
HOW TO GET THERE
BY PLANE: Airport Eurico Sales (VIX), then public transportation.
BY BUS: If you know any details, send us a message.
BY CAR: Highway BR-101 'Rodovia do Contorno'
BY BIKE: If you know any details, send us a message.
ON FOOT: Not recommended. Please use public transportation and ask for directions until reaching the observation sites.
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*PICTURES TAKEN ON SITE*
(see complete list of occurrence on the specific observation pages)
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