Salvador and the Bahia Coast Sights


  • Cave

Published 06/18/2015

Fodor's Review

Brazil's seventh-largest cave and one of its most complete is called "Little Tower" after the rock formation outside its entrance. Here you can find a diverse collection of cave formations; besides the usual stalactites and stalagmites, aragonite flowers, clusters of helectites, and chandeliers abound. Three different guided tours ranging from 1 to 2½ hours explore different sections of the cave. Torrinha is recommendeded for those with a particular interest in caves. For an introductory experience, Lapa Doce is the more accessible option.

Sight Information


67 km (42 miles) northwest of Lençóis, Lençóis, Brazil



Sight Details:

  • R$20
  • Daily 9–6

Published 06/18/2015


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