Brasília is the capital city of Brazil, located in the Federal District in the country's central highlands. The surrounding area of Brasília includes the Chapada and Pirenópolis regions, both known for their natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities.
The Chapada region, located about 3 hours’ drive from Brasília, is a plateau characterized by its scenic waterfalls, caves, and rock formations. It is a popular destination for hiking, rock climbing, and wildlife viewing.
Pirenópolis, located approximately 2 hours’ drive from Brasília, is a historic town known for its colonial architecture, natural thermal springs, and festivals. It is situated in the midst of rolling hills and is a popular destination for ecotourism and cultural tourism.
Both the Chapada and Pirenópolis regions offer a contrast to the modern urbanity of Brasília and provide visitors with opportunities to experience Brazil's natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.