This Summer, Five São Paulo Nature Parks Will Open to Public for First Time

The Municipal Secretary of the Environment decided to introduce a pilot project to open these parks during the day to people who want to visit without having to book an appointment.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - There are five environmental reserves inside the city of São Paulo that, this summer, for the very first time, will be open to the public, who will be able to hike through the woods and, with luck, cross paths with Brown howlers, sloths and even Brown Brockets that live in the last remnants of the metropolis' virgin forest.

These reserves are municipal natural parks, four of which in the extreme south of the municipality and one in the eastern zone, which until now could only be visited with prior booking and attracted some 50 visitors . . .

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