Cabo Canavial

Travel, Lodging and Logistics

Cabo Canavial

The Latin American Space Challenge is hosted at the Cabo Canavial area near São Paulo, Brazil. The location, a grassland surrounded by sugar cane farms around the operational area, is seen as the best place to launch experimental rockets: safety, airspace control, location an infrastructure. Cabo Canavial Launch Area (CCLA) hours of operation will be 8 am to 6 pm Friday through Sunday.

Traveling to Tatuí (SP) by Air

LASC highly recommend all participants stay in Tatuí (SP) and surrounding cities. The nearest international commercial airport to Tatuí (SP) is São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport (GRU).

From GRU, Tatuí is a two-hour drive West on BR-374 - Rodovia Castelo Branco. Participants flying to LASC will need to secure their own ground transportation during the event. The organizers are unable to provide shuttle services to and from planned activities at this time.

Traveling to Cabo Canavial from Tatuí

There is only one route to Cabo Canavial from Tatuí. The route takes just half an hour on SP-129 - Rod. Gladys Bernardes Minhoto.

Other potential routes that can be indicated by Google Maps, Waze or other app will be closed.

The Google Maps link with correct position of the Cabo Canavial can be accessed by the following link: Route on Google Maps

Traveling to Cabo Canavial from Tatuí (SP)

Arriving at Cabo Canavial from SP-129

Detail of the LASC Event Venue

Lodging Information

Hotel Accommodations in Tatuí (SP) and Surrounding Cities

No Camping On-site at the Cabo Canavial

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