Do you want to visit Caldas Novas/GO, the paradise of warm waters, without spending too much? Unlike the often expensive tours and travel packages, the best option is to go by bus. In addition to being much more economical, the trip itself is that comfortable and peaceful experience in which you will be able to enjoy incredible landscapes. These include small towns, sugarcane plantations, grazing animals, chapels and small churches. Check and book your bus tickets to Caldas Novas in advance with us!
As soon as the bus arrives in Caldas Novas/GO the first feeling you get is peacefulness. The city is calm and very well prepared to receive more than 500 thousand tourists in high season. The disembarkation is at the Oscar Santos Bus and Cultural Terminal, or simply Caldas Novas Bus Station. With 22,000 m² of total area and just one floor, it offers restrooms, ATMs and taxi stand. It also runs a Convention Center :) Nearby you will find shops of all kinds as well as inns, restaurants and supermarkets.
Relatively small and beyond pleasant, Caldas Novas/GO is one of the main tourist destinations in Brazil. Every year, it receives more than four million visitors attracted by the thermal springs. All set to relax in the world's largest hydrothermal resort? So just choose a hotel or hostel and leave any problem behind while relaxing in its pools. The city has several water parks, but the main one is the Privé Fun (Privé Diversão, in Portuguese), which involves the Privé Club, Nautical Beach Club and Water Park. The first one, and also the oldest one, is more suitable for families with kids. That's because it includes an attraction called Kids Club, with slides, thematic showers and lots of fun. The Nautical Beach Club, in turn, has a more beachy-style and also offers nautical experiences like the schooner ride on Corumbá Lake. And last but not least is Water Park, which is one of Caldas Novas' newest thermal water parks. It even has a wave pool, water slide ramp, water playground, restaurant, snack bar, ice cream shop and wet bar. To complete the tour in grand style, visit the Moonlight Fair (Feira do Luar, in Portuguese), which takes place every day downtown from 6pm on. A place to find handicrafts, garments and savor delicious local craft food. Do you want another good tip to plan your trip to Caldas Novas? Search and book your ticket in advance on Brazil by Bus! ;)