In the morning, after a sunrise tour & breakfast, hands-on classes of cooking. In the afternoon, enjoyable tours in the wilderness. At dusk, time to relax and have
caipirinhas (spirits that can be made with vodka or the local brazilian Cachaça) from regional fruits.
Some dishes prepared in the classes: Rice with Pequi (a local fruit of the Brazilian Savannah – Caryocar brasiliensis); White cheese prepared with fresh milk; the
“Chipa” – a type of cheese bread; Pintado a la Urucum (urucum is a natural red food colouring made out of the seeds of the same plant (Bixa orellana) and Pintado is a
catfish); Sopa Paraguaia (a typical corn pie that takes white cheese), the Maracaju sausage (that takes fine types of meat) and Caribéu (manioc and meat stew); Piranha
Ceviche and piranha Soup.