TOURISTS are flocking to a waterfall in Brazil in where you get “swallowed” by rocks.
Pedra Que Engole, which roughly translates to “Swallow Rock,” is a rock formation with a small waterfall above a river in Trindade, about 300km south of Rio de Janeiro.
Thrill seekers slide through a crack between two rocks (pictured) and then disappear into a small cave.
Once inside the cave, they keep sliding down the natural water slide until they are spat out into the river below.
Tourists are leaving rave reviews on TripAdvisor, with the site having a 4.5 star rating.