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Pirangi Cashew Tree

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Av. Dep. Marcio Marinho, 2 | Parnamirim-Praia de Pirangi, Pirangi do Norte, State of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
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What resembles a forest is actually just one cashew tree whose circumference measures 500 yards and which produces 60,000 nuts per year.
  • Excellent46%
  • Very good35%
  • Average16%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Av. Dep. Marcio Marinho, 2 | Parnamirim-Praia de Pirangi, Pirangi do Norte, State of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
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Reviewed 28 April 2017

Well worth a visit! A huge, growing tree swallowing the town. Lovely to walk under branches and things for children to do to keep them occupied.

Thank missionmr
Reviewed 11 November 2016 via mobile

This cashew tree is an anomaly that has adapted as it grew, developing roots on its branches. It coves a huge area and it's very well maintained. It's a bit far from other attractions and the visit is relatively quick, but it's still worth it....More

Thank Victor A
Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

This is the lagest cashew tree in the world. Is so big it cobers the whole block. Now they even have free wifi for you to take pictures and upload on your server The city does not have much to do

Thank JuniorMazzagardi
Reviewed 31 July 2016 via mobile

I wasn't expecting so much, so for me it was awesome... The tree is gorgeous and (of course) ruge! The place is well organized, they have guides and all the informations about the specie of the cashew tree and so on. The price is ok,...More

Thank Gabriele P
Reviewed 21 July 2016 via mobile

This attraction is very nice but to short and pricey. Expect about 20 - 30 minutes of entertainment. Outside there are many poeple selling there products.. Once you enter you can get a sample taste of the cashew fruit( not the nut) juice both with...More

Thank Shai L
Reviewed 22 June 2016

This tree is massive! Cool to see what mother nature can do on her own. There is an observation tower where you can see the ocean as well.

Thank pepino2366
Reviewed 14 March 2016

We went there with a local guide on a cruise ship excursion. I would not have made a trip to Natal just to see the tree. Since we were in port and the excursion included the visit to the tree, it was worth the walk...More

Thank epuya
Reviewed 8 March 2016

The largest cashew tree in the world. absolutely amazing. fun to walk through the exhibit and go to the overlook. a must see.

Thank Eda A
Reviewed 16 February 2016 via mobile

It is quite amazing if you think that it is all one single tree but honestly, I wouldn't go there just to see that. If you pass by it on the way to something else or if it is part of a tour, then it's...More

Thank Paolo A
Reviewed 16 February 2016

It's the world's biggest Cashew tree, so you might as well say you saw it! It's really neat to walk underneath the massive branches and see how much space this ONE tree actually takes up. You also get to try cashew juice, which was tasty!

Thank Caroline M
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