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We are much more than a mining company, but we understand that you may not know this yet!

Therefore, we invite you to discover our Botanical Parks and Spaces. These projects seek to contribute to the conservation of Brazilian fauna and flora. They are open to visitors, where you can participate in environmental education activities, expand your contact with nature and even act in training courses that strengthen local communities.

Fazenda Marinha (Marine Farm)

Project that seeks to promote socio-environmental activities for the Sepetiba Bay and contribute to the preservation of marine fauna in the Costa Verde region of Rio de Janeiro. You’re welcome to come!

Photographer: Ricardo Teles

Vale Botanical Park in Vitória

Part of Vale's Green Belt in Vitória, Espírito Santo, it comprises 33 hectares of Atlantic Forest, where more than 140 species of trees can be seen, in addition to migratory birds, otters and reptiles. It also has a solid Environmental Education Program, providing visitors with an educational experience.

Photographer: Vitor Nogueira

Vale Botanic Park in São Luís

Located in São Luís do Maranhão, it has an environmental preservation area of 100 hectares. It has several activities such as ecological trails, sustainable workshops, games and educational dynamics, as well as an amphitheater for cultural, theatrical and music presentations. The fun is guaranteed!

Photographer: Pedro Cattony

Vale Natural Reserve in Espírito Santo

Preserving an area of practically intact Atlantic Forest in Linhares, Espírito Santo, it has about 23,000 hectares (equivalent to the size of 23,000 soccer fields). It is a space dedicated to ecological tourism, with a large green area for leisure, picnic and much more, check it out!

Photographer: Marcelo Coelho

BioPark Vale Amazônia

It exclusively houses native species of Amazonian fauna and flora, being located within the Carajás National Forest, in a Federal Conservation Unit. The free movement of local animals is allowed, which guarantees a unique immersion experience in the Amazon Rainforest.

Photographer: Ricardo Teles