Brazil’s Hidden Gem: Gorgeous Waterfall Leads To An Underwater Cave

ViralHogPublished: February 9, 2016Updated: March 3, 2016277 plays$0.78 earned
Published: February 9, 2016Updated: March 3, 2016

In the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro, there is a beautiful tourist attraction at Trindade village called ‘Pedra Que Engole,’ or ‘rock that swallows’ in Portuguese. After a short hike, you reach a mini cave behind the waterfall and if you slide in under a rock formation, it takes you to a small pool, and then, the water spits you back out. How cool is that?!

In this clip, filmed on March 14, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, we see a group of friends exploring the gorgeous waterfall that leads to an underwater cave, much to our amusement. Would you dare to slide under the rock formation and go inside the cave? Watch this video and decide for yourself!

With an action camera mounted on a stick, one diver goes inside the tiny crack and through the waterfall, only to get to the underground cave! This daredevil takes us on an underwater journey in a single breath. Would you ever attempt something like this?

Watch this amazing clip as the diver goes underwater against the waterfall, squeezing through narrow rocks to capture some amazing cave footage. Several of his friends slide underneath the waterfall after him, making for this perfect clip. This video is proof that nature is an amazing artist, constantly creating marvellous masterpieces, like this underwater cave here! Impressive indeed!

Fortunately, this guy managed to capture some crazy footage of the small little underwater channel located in Trindade village, Rio de Janeiro. Have you ever tried this kind of summer adventure? Would you mind squeezing into narrow places for a picture perfect moment?

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