Northeast of Brazil: Miles of incredible beachesMesmorizing Natural Beauties
Northeast Brazil is amazing. This region is blessed with high temperatures, lots of sun and incredible beautiful beaches.
Salvador has a unique energy and beauty. Its African heritage can be felt in the streets, making it the most African city in the Western Hemisphere.
Fortaleza has a happy, free and relaxed village. A tropical city where the days and nights are always very exciting. Their culture is expressed the joy of music and life that dominates in all environments.
The city of Recife is crossed by rivers, which coexist with colonial buildings and traditional alleys and therefore. The street carnival of Recife is considered one of the best carnivals in Brazil.
Porto de Galinhas is the vision of paradise. And we're not exaggerating! Who is going to be in groups or those who prefer more privacy, Porto de Galinhas is the ideal choice for those who want to see natural beauty, lots of sun, fun and crafts.
Jericoacoara, is an incredibly beautiful fishing village that retains its rustic air in it kilometers of dunes between Jijoca and Jeri. In the soft sand streets, where it is appropriate to walk in slippers, contemplation and quietness are mandatory.
Fernando de Noronha is a place for enjoying the numberless natural attractions and experiencing a little bit of the history of our colonization. There are countless activity and tour options, which satisfy different people and offer to the visitor the chance to see all natural beauties of the islands.
Natal is blessed with lush nature, with its beaches, lagoons and dunes, as well as historic buildings The cuisine and local crafts are other strong attractive and you must not leave tasting the delicious dishes made of seafood base and buy souvenirs made with colored sand dunes of Tibau.
João Pessoa is the city of small pleasures, such as walking on the sand and diving in the sea, without great efforts. The city's waterfront, with low buildings, many coconut trees and all the proximity to the sea that a visitor deserves.