The Atlantic Forest South-East Reserves, in the states of Paraná and São Paulo, contain some of the best and most extensive examples of Atlantic forest in Brazil.

The 25 protected areas that make up the site (some 470,000 ha in total) display the biological wealth and evolutionary history of the last remaining Atlantic forests.

From mountains covered by dense forests, down to wetlands, coastal islands with isolated mountains and dunes, the area comprises a rich natural environment of great scenic beauty.

- UNESCO (CC-BY-SA IGO 3.0)

FEATURES

All Locations included this World Heritage site.

  • Jureia-Itatins Ecological Station
  • Chauas Ecological Station
  • Guaraquecaba Ecological Station
  • Ilha do Mel Ecological Station
  • Xitue Ecological Station
  • Guaraguacu Ecological Station
  • Superagui National Park
  • Pariquera – Abaixo State Park
  • Jacupiranga State Park (part of)
  • Ilha do Cardoso State Park
  • Carlos Botelho State Park
  • Pico do Marumbi State Park
  • Intervales State Park
  • Lauraceas State Park
  • Alto Ribeira Touristic State Park (PETAR)
  • Salto Morato Private Reserve
  • Serras do Cordeiro, Paratiu, Itapua e Itinga Wild Life Zone
  • Serras do Arrepiado e Tombador Wild Life Zone
  • Mangues Wild Life Zone
  • Serra do Itapitangui (e Mandira) Wild Life Zone
  • Ilhas oceanicas Wild Life Zone
  • Roberto E Lange Turistical Preservation Zone & State Park
  • Serra da Graciosa Turistical Preservation
  • Zone & State Park Pau Oco Turistical Preservation Zone & State Park
  • Ilha Comprida Wild Life Zone

Featured sites in this world heritage

  • Superagui National Park
  • Carlos Botelho State Park
  • Jureia-Itatins Ecological Station

Superagui National Park

Carlos Botelho State Park

Jureia-Itatins Ecological Station

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