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What does signing the memorandum of understanding with the Dakila Ecosystem mean?

Partnership that aims to value cultural heritage


Image: Letícia Eduarda


The signing took place on June 21, 2024, in Juquitiba, and represents a significant advance for the valorization and preservation of the ancient Indigenous route. The State Secretariat of Tourism and Travel (Setur-SP) signed the protocol of intentions with the Dakila Ecosystem Research for the development of the Peabiru Path in the state.

The Peabiru Path is a pre-colonial circulation route created by indigenous peoples before the arrival of Europeans. This protocol aims to map cultural, historical, and scientific information about Peabiru to create a tourist route offering historical, adventure, and nature contemplation attractions.

The protocol encourages the adoption of technologies and innovations to support the sustainability of tourism on the Caminho do Peabiru route; that is, innovative solutions will be developed to minimize the impacts of tourist activity and guarantee the preservation of this important cultural and natural heritage.

It also provides for the promotion of awareness-raising and publicity actions for the Caminho do Peabiru in the state of São Paulo. These actions aim to raise awareness among the population about the importance of this indigenous route and its historical, cultural and environmental relevance, and to engage them in its preservation.

Urandir states that Dakila will soon present new evidence of Peabiru's routes and still unknown civilizations, inviting everyone to be part of this exciting search.


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