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Boituva: the adventure tourism hub

Parachuting and ballooning attract travelers from all over the country to adventure-filled walks and beautiful landscapes

Located 120 km from the city of São Paulo, Boituva became a reference to the more adventurous tourists. In addition to the famous parachute jumps, visitors can still check out the incredible experience of the balloon rides promoted in the city 30 years ago.

The adventure of those who opt for ballooning usually starts early, around 5 o'clock. This is the time indicated by the agencies that carry out the rides to the concentration. There, the adventurous group can appreciate the whole process, from the arrival of the still empty balloons, the preparation process, with the gas outlet, filling and placement of the basket that takes the passengers.

The process lasts, on average, two hours until the moment of departure. The ride takes about an hour and a half. Remembering that everything will depend on how the winds are moving. In fact, when choosing adventure tourism, be it ballooning or parachuting, the traveler needs to keep an eye on the weather conditions. Confirmation of the tour is usually advised the day before the event.

Parachuting

The proximity of the city with the capital of São Paulo and the recognition of certified companies guarantee end of weeks full of new travelers, eager to experience the unique sensation of free fall.

There are double jumps, for example, for those who have no experience with parachuting. Whoever takes advantage of the solo jump requires a brief course to ensure the safety of the parachutist.

Both activities move the economy of the city with the arrival of tourists from São Paulo and all Brazil.