From Pipa to Jericoacoara on the beach. Rent a Land Rover or a buggy with a professional driver and be ready for something you have never experienced before!
Pipa – Jericoacoara is a tailor-made trip for travelers who are keen of new discoveries. If you want to enjoy more the beach and take more time for pictures, no problem. We can arrange more stops and overnights in additional villages. The Pipa to Jericoacoara path is only a model that can be strectched or shortened in accordance of your needs.
We can do the trip in the opposite direction (Jercoacoara – Pipa)
We also can continue to Lençois Maranhenses and the Delta of Parnaiba. Contact us in the form beside for more information.
A one-week trip visiting more than 860 kilometers (580 miles) of the the most beautiful shores in the world. Incredidible sights, great adventures with stops for swimming.
Day 01 Pipa – Natal
We can only leave Pipa at low tide. Ferrycrossing of Lake Guarairas, Praia Malembã with stop at the beach for swimming. Praia Barreta, Praia Camurupim for lunch and swimming at the natural pools, Lake Arituba, Tha Cashew Tree of Pirangi (the biggest Cashew Tree in the world) The Space Center of Barreira do Inferno (The Hell Clifff) and arrival in Ponta Negra.
Suggested overnight at Elegance Flat , Araçá or Pousada La Luna.
Day 02 Natal – São Miguel do Gostoso
Departure from the hotel around 08:00 hours. First beach: Redinha beach. We continue along the beach of Geinpabu, Pitangui, Jacumã and Muriu, 30 km from Natal. Possibility of doing the dromedary tour, “esquibunda (tobbogans)”, “aerobunda (zipline)” and “kamikaze (kind of tobbogan)”.
We will visit the Genipabu, Pitangui and Jacumã Lagoons. Lunch at Muriú or Jacumã beach. We will continue toward São Miguel do Gostoso with stops in the Tree of Love (Árvore do Amor) in Cabo de São Roque and at the foot of the cliffs. Some stretches in the sea border will be made by asphalt or bar roads due to the high barriers of the coast. In Touros we will gradually change direction, because it is the corner of Brazil. The vehicles have so far proceeded northward, but from Touros we gradually follow north-west. Touros, besides being a historical city, is also the Zero landmark of BR -101 that continues throughout the northeast coast of Brazil. Arriving in São Miguel stop for bath.
Overnight in São Miguel do Gostoso
Distance traveled: Approximately 120 km.
Day 03 São Miguel do Gostoso – Galinhos
The time of departure at low tide. One of the beaches that attracts the most attention is the rocky beach of Tourinhos and its cacti. If we are lucky we’lll see “Whale’s Sigh” a place where the impact of the sea waters with the rocks causes a spurt of water rising vertically that resembles the spray of a whale.
A bit of history during the trip, because we will pass by Marco Beach, where the Portuguese left the famous brand of possession, now exposed in the Fortress of the Magi in Natal. Stop to sleep on the Peninsula of Galinhos, one of the most beautiful beaches of the Brazilian coast. Distance traveled: Approximately 110 km
Expected accommodation: Pousada Magali http://www.amagali.com/
Day 04: Galinhos – Canoa Quebrada
Back to the south to cross the dunes of Galinhos. Stop for swimming. Macau, Porto do Mangue, Ponta do Mel, Areia Branca. Travessia de balsa do Rio Mossoró, Tibau, Manibú, Melancias, Icapuí, long trip on the desert beach, Majorlândia and Canoa Quebrada.
Day 5 Canoa Quebrada – Fortaleza
We head to Rio Jaguaribe, Parajuru, Sucatinga, Beberibe, Barra Nova and jacaúna, before reaching Fortaleza. The last 30 km will be on asphalted road. Optional City Tour at the end of the day.
Day 6 Fortaleza – Flecheiras
Cumbuco, Taiba, the reefs of Paracuru and its huge white dunes, Camboas, lagoinhas and finally Flecheiras, where we will enjoy the natural pools and the quiet beaches of this isolated village.
Flecheiras – Jericoacoara
Baleia with its lakes and dunes, an ideal spot to relax, Icarai and its rough high wave which atracts the surfers, Espraiado, Taboleiro and Preá will be the last beaches we will stop before the final visit.
Praia da Pipa
It is advisable to spend a few days in Pipa to enjoy the beautiful beaches and the lively local nightlife.
Pipa has only 2000,00 inhabitants and 18.000 to 30.000 tourist the whole year.
The tourism activity is of course the main income of the region. No unemployment in Pipa.
Praia do Amor (The Love Beach), Baia dos Golfinhos (The Dolphin’s Bay) and Praia do Madeiro are the most famous beaches.
It is possible to rent a buggy to visit the south until Sagi.
Natal is the capital of the state of Rio Grande do North. There are around 800.000 inhabitants. The City receives more than 2 milions visitors per year, most of the are Brazilian from Rio, São Paulo and Brasilia. Many south-american love the region and there are 4 weekly flights from Lisbon and one from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Ponta Negra Beach and Genipabu are the most attractives spots.
São Miguel do Gostoso
One of the first beaches where you can see the sunset in the sea. a privileged place for kitesurf and windsurf practice.
Some bars and restaurants are worth to be visited, An ideal place for tourists who look for quitness.
A beautiful peninsula with high dunes by the quiet sea. An ideal place to go swimming or do buggy tours. The boat trip in the interior sea, is very interesting. You can approach the “Salinas” the famous salt deposit. All the salt from Brazil comes from the state of Rio Grande do Norte!
One of the most famos villages in the state of Ceará, Brazil. Canoa Quebrada reminds a little Pipa with its animated nightlife. The beaches are beautiful. Paragliding, kite surfing and windsurfing as well as the buggy tours are the most wanted activities.
The state capital of Ceará with almost three millions inhabitants. A different kind of stop. The Beach Park with is huges water slides, Praia Beira-mar (Riverside Beach, the Ecological Park of Rio Cocó and Praça dos Mártires (Martyres Square) are the main touristic attractions.
A real contrast with the stop of the previous day: Beauty and tranquility. Isolation and peace. A beautiful landscapes and cozy hotels.
Jericoacoara is only 300 km from Fortaleza, but the village is difficult to access. Jericoacoara is among the ten most beautiful beaches on the planet and, the streets of sand and without public lighting. Environmental organizations are very active and they contribute to the beach upkeeping.