Pedra da Gávea, which means the Crow’s Nest, is a cliff that has the appearance of a giant face. This is a growing favorite of many tourists around the world and has become the most dangerous selfie spot. This cliff sits between the São Conrado and Barra da Tijuca in the Tijuca Forest National Park. This rock rises above 842 metres above sea level. It is the world’s largest monolith on a coastline. There are many trekking and hiking tours available for anyone who is willing to survive a nail-biting experience, or paragliding to experience the breathtaking vista.
R$ 280,00 per person – Groups of 02 people R$ 250,00 per person – Groups of 03/06 people R$ 220,00 per person – Groups of 07/10 people R$ 190,00 per person – Groups of 11/14 people
Anyone who laughs at the face of danger!
There are two mosques located down Rio de Janeiro Sociedade Beneficente Muçulmana (Society for the Benefit of Muslims) is a mosque and community centre that serves the Muslim community located in Tijuca and Mesquita da Luz.
Halal restaurants in Rio de Janeiro are very scarce. Muslims can inquire about Halal Food from the mosques. Brazil is known as a major exporter of Halal meat. Therefore Halal meat will be available. Muslims should also be aware that alcohol is served in their restaurants.