Programs
FOR EVERY INDIVIDUAL A NEW WORLD IS REVEALED

 OUTDOOR EDUCATION

3 days / 2 nights

Target group: children from grades 7 to 9  Themes:                                                                   - Dynamics of Pichon-Riviére Operational Groups; plants, animals, geology integrated with ancestral culture are central themes; personal exploration of nature stimulates the search for more knowledge and deeper understanding; development of independent thought and group collaboration skills enhance effectiveness as a young scientist; a healthy relationship and understanding of nature affirm the value of life and shape personal consumptive patterns; experiences that seek to explore the objectives behind ODS 7, 12, 13, 14 and 15; team of experienced naturalists and active involvement of parents and teachers.

photo Alejandra Villalobos
photo Alejandra Villalobos

CULTURAL BRIDGES

Day-visit (10am to 4pm)

Target group: children from 3rd to 9th grade. Yawaritsawa lives in the Volta Velha Reserve, but is native from the Xingu Indigenous Park - MT, of the Waurá and Trumai ethnic groups. In this program the children participate in story telling, dances, face painting, archery demonstration and a walk on the Apecatu trail. The visit to the Reserve's Sambaqui serves as an element of reflection between the current indigenous culture and the extinct Sambaquian peoples.

VIEFLORA DISPATCH

2 days / 1 night

Target group: groups of adults / families and children. Leisure experience with an overnight stay, involving a visit to the sambaqui, storytelling at the bonfire, canoeing along the Braço do Norte river, hiking in the Apecatu trail. Two unforgettable days for groups of friends and companies.

photo Zig Koch
photo Zig Koch

BIRD WATCHING

BIRDING

Birdwatching groups from various countries come to Volta Velha Reserve to see the wide diversity of species. The list of birds is already close to three hundred species. Among them are endemic and rare birds, which are the main focus of interest of these observers (Marsh antwren , Kaempfer's tody-tyrant, Russet-winged spadebill and Black-backed tanager).

photo Edson Veiga
photo Edson Veiga