Excursion en bord de mer à Rio de Janeiro : visite d'une demi-journée de la montagne du Corcovado et de la statue du Christ Rédempteur
La visite continue vers les plages de Sao Conrado et Pepino, où vous pourrez regarder les deltaplanes atterrir et les surfeurs dompter les vagues.
Excursion en bord de mer sans souci :
Nous assurerons votre retour rapide à Rio de Janeiro pour cette activité. Dans le cas exceptionnel où votre bateau serait parti, nous organiserons le transport vers le port d'escale suivant. Consultez nos conditions générales pour tous les détails.
- Train à crémaillère sur le mont Corcovado
- Prise en charge et retour du port
- Entrée - Sao Conrado Beach
- Entrée - Corcovado Christ the Redeemer
- Entrée - Pepino Beach
- Nourriture et boissons
- Vous recevrez la confirmation lors de la réservation.
- Non accessible aux personnes à mobilité réduite
- Les enfants en bas âge doivent être assis sur les genoux d'un adulte
- Aucune condition physique particulière requise
- Important: Veuillez noter que les heures de départ pour ce circuit varient d'une date à l'autre. Les heures de départ spéciales sont fixées à 8h00 du matin aux dates suivantes: 2019: du 2 au 5 mars, les 24 et 31 décembre 2020: du 22 au 25 février, le 24 décembre et le 31
It was seamless. Good tour in real hot weather. Well organized, the guide was knowledgeable and helped us through the lineups.
We booked this trip as a shore excursion and paid extra as compared to a similar tour with various hotel pick ups. We were picked up at 1pm as scheduled and did not arrive to the start of our tour until 3 hours later. We spent 2 hours and 20 min picking up at various hotels with earphones promoting other tours offered in Rio, There was no guiding. 3:20pm was the last drop off for those on another tour Not only did the bus pick up passengers but also picked up and transferred people connecting to or from other tours, then continued to drive to board the train arriving at the station after 4pm We asked the driver to return us to our cruise without taking the excursion we were looking forward to. Proceeding with the tour made us uncomfortable to return to our cruise in a timely fashion. Connie G, Ontario Canada
Given that we were there for Carnivale and the number of people and traffic was ridiculous, it was a very good tour. The bus driver did an amazing job of negotiating crowds and blocked streets and the guide was very good
Viator sent us the wrong pickup information. We were to meet our guide at gate 2 at the port. We waited for a long time but no one showed up. It turned out that the guide was waiting at gate 4 which is now the official pickup spot. As a result we missed the tour. We phoned and were put on the tour scheduled for the same time the next day. But we soon realized that it would not get us back to the boat on time. Kudos to Gray Line, they agreed to include us on an earlier tour which was not scheduled for port pickup. They picked us up at the port and then proceeded to hotel pickups. Despite all the anxiety the tour was excellent, the weather cooperated and the earlier time meant that Christ the Redeemer was not as crowded. Good guide and some stops made in the town to see the painted steps. So all went well in the end.
This tour is through Gray Line Company and it is HORRIBLE. DO NOT ever do a Gray Line tour. When we got off the ship our guide was no where to be found. We basically walked around till we saw the Gray Line bus and the driver was sitting in there all by himself. He didn't speak any English but I saw our names on the list so I knew we had the right bus. Finally the guide arrived and didn't even apologise or introduce himself. We then waited for 30mins for other passengers to find the bus. In the end the guide decided to leave even though there were 2 people who had yet to come so we don't know what happened to them. Then of course in typical horrible Gray Line style, we spent over an hour driving around in circles picking up people from the hotel. We couldn't even understand anything the guide was saying because his English was really bad. This was true for all our Gray Line tours in Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro. Although they say they cater to English speaking people, they don't actually. There is a mixture of spanish and english people on the bus and the guides always spend way more time and explain better in spanish than they do in English. It is worth going to Christ the Redeemer. Just don't do it with Gray Line
Tour went very smoothly and was stress fee - not a lot of queuing for the cog up Corcovado Mountain, and the sight of Christ the Redeemer was amazing!We thoroughly enjoyed the tour.