A day at Beto Carrero

I’m Matheus Fraga and I spend my birthday with my friends in Balneário Camboriú, it was 3 days traveling, 1 weekend, with the objective of spending a day at Beto Carrero, the longest themed park in Latin America.

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The idea was to go on Saturday, July 30th, to the park and enjoy the whole day at Beto Carrero.

Who is my brother?

He’s Rodrigo Schmiegelow, an advertiser specializing in Digital Marketing, today he lives as a Digital Nomad (what is it), in other words, that he has geographic freedom and can work from anywhere in the world.

That’s why he can have amazing experiences like this.

He started a trip around the world to get to know places, cultures and regional cuisines and I will bring great surprises from these experiences.

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Arrival at the park – a day at Beto Carrero

As soon as we got off the bus station, we ordered our Uber and went to the park.

We arrived at Beto Carrero around 10 a.m. with a suitcase of food and warm clothes, our suitcase stayed at the inn we stayed.

We rented a locker and went towards the attractions, Beto Carrero is very big and we were very lost at first.

The first attraction we went to was the rebuliço. It keeps turning 360° and spins the chairs, leaving you upside down.

I confess that at first I was afraid to go on these rides.

Right after, we went to FireWhip, one of the coolest roller coasters I’ve ever been on. The day at the park was quiet, we didn’t get queues longer than 1 hour.

sunset – Beto Carrero

A break to eat

After going on some rides, we decided to take a break to eat.

We took our suitcase with snacks that we brought from São Paulo. There was bread with cheese and curd, chicken pie and some sweets.

It was good enough to eat, everyone was satisfied.

Back to the attractions – a day at Beto Carrero

After we ate, we decided to go on calmer rides, so we wouldn’t throw up, lol.

We went to Tigor Mountain, on the train that tells the story of the park (a very cool attraction, both for adults and children).

We took a break, and it was already 5 p.m. There was only time to go to two attractions again.

The day at the park flies by, and going just one day at Beto Carrero ends up being not enough, we weren’t able to enjoy all the attractions.

Just before the park closed we decided to see the zoo, there were a lot of giraffes there, I’ve never seen so many.

Giraffe at Beto Carrero – photo taken at night in the park

We left at 7 p.m. and we loved the experience, it was really worth it and will stay in our memories.

I intend to come back more often, but next time I want to take my nephew and niece with me, they will definitely enjoy it a lot, mainly because it is themed.

How about you? Have you ever spent a day at Beto Carrero? How was it? Tell us in the comments!

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