By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On the Mantiqueira Mountain Range, in the Southern Rio State, lies Serrinha do Alambari, a district from Resende city. Still a little known destination among Rio's residents, Serrinha can absolutely surprise nature loving tourists, especially for its falls and natural pools.
Serrinha is an area of environmental preservation of around 11,000 acres. The district was founded in the 1970s with the opening of Brazil's Camping Club - which, today, hosts Serrinha's most accessible natural pools.
Because Serrinha is neighbor to places with much higher touristic appeal, like Penedo . . .