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Find your nature

Ekôa means “home” in tupi-guarani. This is our home. Here we play, learn and feel touched by the wonders of nature.

Ekôa is open to the public on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, from 9AM to 5PM. The area offers a special contact with the forest, arts, ecological experiences, adventure, workshops, courses, seminars and other activities that bring you closer to nature. Here, kids and adults discover a few secrets of the region and the hidden wonders of the forest.

Activities

Important

*The ticket includes the 180º projection, Arts Boulevard, all the trails and free access to Tekôa.
**Only the adventure activities can be paid separately (rope course, zipline and tethered balloon)

Try to arrive as early as you can, so you can enjoy the whole park.

Oka Gastronomy

The restaurant has a capacity for 220 people seated in a beautiful indigenous structure by the river. This buffet style restaurant offers a variety of healthy food, local products and fresh ingredients from the garden.

Oka Gastronomy

Structure

Curumim

Curumim Playground, kids activities and games for children of all ages.

Store

Local products and handcraft, t-shits, hike shoes and much more.

Parking

We offer free parking for cars, motorcycles and bikes.

Accessibility

Ramps, exclusive parking and accessible bathrooms.

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Working hours

Open on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, from 9AM to 5PM.

The park offers a full day of activities. If you can plan on sleep over in Morretes, you will have enough time to enjoy the whole day at the park and take a walk around the historical center of Morretes. It’s worth it!

How to get

Car

There are 2 possible ways from Curitiba. Thru BR 116 (exit 58) to Graciosa Road (PR 410) heading towards São João da Graciosa / Morretes. Or thru BR 277, heading towards the beaches (exit 29), access thru BR 408 to Morretes/Antonina. Cross the center of Morretes all the way to São João da Graciosa, about 13 km away.

Bus

The bus line Viação Graciosa does the itinerary Curitiba-Morretes leaving from Curitiba’s bus terminal.

Train

A historical train leaves from Curitiba’s bus terminal. It’s a beautiful trip thru the mountains, from Curitiba to Morretes. The trip takes about 3h30 and it’s outstanding. The park is about 13km away from the train station.

Airplane

Ekôa Park is located about 50 minutes from Afonso Pena International Airport, in São José dos Pinhais/ Curitiba. From the airport you can drive, take a bus or train to the park, as mentioned above.

Transfer

There are a few specialized transfer companies that do Curitiba / Morretes registered by Cadastur.

Important: Ekôa Park does not have an official transfer company and is not responsible for the services offered by other companies.

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Where to stay

You can enjoy a full day at Ekôa Park, but unfortunately we do not offer lodging. There are many hotels and posadas near the park:

 

Hotel Pousada Camboa Antonina tel: 41 34323267 | email: capela@hotelcamboa.com.br Rua Valle Porto, 208 | Centro Histórico – Antonina – PR www.hotelcamboa.com.br

 

Pousada Graciosa tel: 41 3462-1807 | email: pousadagraciosa@gmail.com Estrada da Graciosa, KM 8 | Porto de Cima – Morretes – PR www.pousadagraciosa.com

 

Pousada Hakuna Matata tel: 41 3462-2388 | email: hakuna@matata.com.br Reta do Porto, S/N | Porto de Cima – Morretes – PR www.pousadahakunamatata.com.br

 

Pousada Itupava tel: 41 3462.1925 | email: pousadaitupava@gmail.com Estrada do Itupava, S/N | Porto de Cima – Morretes – PR www.itupava.com.br

 

Informações úteis

Use closed shoes, confortable clothes and don’t forget your sunscreen and repellent;

Ekôa Park is an area of environmental protection, where you can find different species from the flora and fauna. For your safety, please follow the information below:

  • Use closed shoes, confortable clothes and don’t forget your sunscreen and repellent;
  • Respect the wild animals;
  • Pets are not allowed;
  • Presence of poisonous animals;
  • Be careful when touching trees, stones and branches;
  • Please stay on the designated trail;
  • Smoking is prohibited in the trails;
  • River bathing is not allowed;
  • From nature we only take photos, leave only footprints and we bring only good memories.