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3 Hostels in Midwest Brazil - Explore See Destination Guide

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The Central West region of the country is formed by the states of Mato Grosso do Sul, Mato Grosso, Goiás and the Federal District - where the seat of the national government is located, Brasília . The capital of the Federative Republic of Brazil is an obligatory stop for travelers in the country, since it presents a different urban planning and a splendid architecture. Brasília is an open air museum with many leisure options, as well as being cosmopolitan and bustling like Cuiabá , capital of Mato Grosso and Corumbá , in Mato Grosso do Sul , a city bordering Bolivia and Paraguay.

It is in the Center West of Brazil that one of the most important biomes of the planet is found: the Pantanal , whose native forests shelter unique species of animals, many of them in extinction. In the region of the Pantanal the traveller finds rest, rest and, if you want, a lot of adventure. Ecotourism activities cater for all tastes, and Bonito , in Mato Grosso do Sul , is one of the most sought-after cities for those who want to interact with nature, not just be a spectator. In Bonito you can enjoy the tranquillity of its crystalline waters or enjoy a rappel, a boat ride through waterfalls, a dip and walk through a lot of trails. Another particularly beautiful locality is the Emas National Park, which represents one of the largest protected areas of the Cerrado.

For the hosteller seeking rest or adventures, Hostelling International offers economical, comfortable and hospitable lodging options in the region. In addition, HI Hostels in the Midwest are known for appreciating the natural and cultural riches of their land, special assets that must be preserved.

In general, the climate of the region is quite hot and rainy.

The culture of the Central West is diverse and manifests itself in traditional celebrations such as the cavalhadas and cururu, and in the tasty gastronomy that goes from curau to the Paraguayan soup and the rice with pequi.