The Fazenda Olhos D’Água belongs to the family since 1955. At this time the land was a dense field with a large water source. Dozens of submerged springs (olhos d’água) gave rise to the name and today form 3 lagoons. It is also a land with expressive volume of water.
It was in 1982 by the pioneering vision of the owner that planned and careful cultivation began. With the purpose of always innovating and searching in the world all different and curious species of both fauna and flora.
Its land has more than 280 hectares, with more than 50% of the area preserved, and continuous reforestation work in the native forest.
- Aquatic: more than 20 species, including Traíra, Tilapia, Pacu, Tambaqui, Dourado, Matrinxã, Pirarara, Trairão do Amazonas, Piraputanga, Corimba, Piraíba, Cachara, Patinga, etc.
- Turtle and Jabuti
- Exotic mallards (Carolina, Tadorna, Mandarin, etc.)
- Geese (Canadian, African, Australian …)
- Swans (Black and White)
- Native Birds: Ariri, Red Cane Tern, Wild Duck
- Wild animals: Moorish Cat, Quati, Wild Rabbit, Jaguatirica, Mico.
Curiosities: numerous birds like Ring Neck, Rosela, Calopsitas, Peacocks (White, Blue and Black Shoulders), Silky Chicken of Japan, Guinea pig of long hair, etc.
More than 200 fruit trees of different species. Only in sleeves, we have 68 qualities. Exotic fruits brought from various countries and even rarities of the Amazon Forest.
Exotic trees: Macaco Apricot – Amazonas, Castanheiras do Pará, Cajueiro do Amazonas, Pau Mulato, Pau Brasil real and Gameleira.
Landscaping based on the designer of Inhotim (Burle Marx), counting on dozens of exotic palm trees (Palmeira de Monaco, Palmeira Azul, Palmeira fan, Phoenix) and raised beds.
Main orchards formed: Lychee (species Bengal and B3) with more 4000 feet and orchard of Cacao Dwarf of Bahia with 1000 feet.
Fruits: Avocado Butter, Purple Avocado, Giant Avocado, 12 species of Bananas, 20 species of Oranges, 4 species of Cashew, 4 species of Chestnut, 3 species of Passionfruit, Pineapple, 6 species of Gossy, Peach, Cherry, Kaki, Guava Red, White and Yellow), Amora, Pitanga, Papaya, Lemon (Sweet and Sour), Jaboticaba and Acerola.