The Serra da Capivara is a place of rare beauty in the arid landscape of the savanna. The prehistoric man promoted mystical rituals, had parties and had other habits which continue to this day. The Serra da Capivara National Park has the largest concentration of archeological sites currently known in the Americas. Most of them feature cave paintings and drawings. In these sites, you encounter extremely ancient vestiges of humans between 50 and 60 thousand years ago. Here lived prehistoric animals.
The park has an amazing infrastructure, including visitation guided by trails that lead to entries. The archeological site of Boqueirão da Pedra Furada (Big mouth of holed stone) is the oldest of America. Most of the time its temperature is 40°, being under the burning sun of the Northeast. But nothing is stronger than pleased to uncover its mysteries. Because of its importance, the UNESCO eventually acknowledged the Serra da Capivara as Cultural Heritage of Humanity.