The dense natural forests in Parana are very original and mostly untapped. Roads extend as far as the beginning of the forest and end where the wheels of the jeeps get stuck. Only the bee can fly over this wonderful costume area. In the Brazilian early summer, she collects the nectar from a variety of trees, shrubs and flowers with such beautiful plant names as Vassourao, Branquilio, Maria mole and Angico and prepares this powerful honey specialty.
The Iguacu rises near Curitiba and winds for almost 1,000 km through a green mountainous landscape, reminiscent of the foothills of the Alps. It also forms part of the border with Argentina and falls a few kilometers before its confluence with the Rio Parana as a world-famous waterfall "the Cataratas - Foz du Iguacu" with spectacular noise in the depths. From Uniao da Vitoria you can already speak of a riparian forest. The forest area near the waterfalls is a protected national park, both on the Brazilian and Argentine side.
* Allergy Advice: Like other raw foods, honey is not suitable for infants under the age of 12 months.
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