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João Pessoa - PB



You will take a drive toward the Easternmost point of the Americas, where the sun literally rises first. João Pessoa, the greenest of Brazilian capitals, in Paraíba state, offers a wide range of attractions for all tastes. Sun festivals with musical concerts on the shore, boat rides, a safe environment, regional food, sun and many beaches, such as Jacaré Beach, Bessa Beach, Cabo Branco Beach, Ponta do Seixas Beach, Campoinhas Beach and Areia Vermelha Beach - a crown of sand 12 km from the dry land, where water sports add a dash of something special to this real summer resort.

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Created by the state government in 2000, the Botanical Garden is one of the largest reserves of the Atlantic Forest of Brazil, with 515 hectares. Besides recreation area, is also local studies of species of fauna and flora. Through three tracks, tourists can glimpse animal and plant species typical of the Atlantic. Among the plants are sucupira, hog plum (tree of caja), copiúba (which serves as food for marmosets), orchids and bromeliads. Among animals, can be seen specimens of anteater, agouti... Read more
Created by the state government in 2000, the Botanical Garden is one of the largest reserves of the Atlantic Forest of Brazil, with 515 hectares. Besides recreation area, is also local studies of species of fauna and flora. Through three tracks, tourists can glimpse animal and plant species typical of the Atlantic. Among the plants are sucupira, hog plum (tree of caja), copiúba (which serves as food for marmosets), orchids and bromeliads. Among animals, can be seen specimens of anteater, agouti... Read more
Created by the state government in 2000, the Botanical Garden is one of the largest reserves of the Atlantic Forest of Brazil, with 515 hectares. Besides recreation area, is also local studies of species of fauna and flora. Through three tracks, tourists can glimpse animal and plant species typical of the Atlantic. Among the plants are sucupira, hog plum (tree of caja), copiúba (which serves as food for marmosets), orchids and bromeliads. Among animals, can be seen specimens of anteater, agouti... Read more
Created by the state government in 2000, the Botanical Garden is one of the largest reserves of the Atlantic Forest of Brazil, with 515 hectares. Besides recreation area, is also local studies of species of fauna and flora. Through three tracks, tourists can glimpse animal and plant species typical of the Atlantic. Among the plants are sucupira, hog plum (tree of caja), copiúba (which serves as food for marmosets), orchids and bromeliads. Among animals, can be seen specimens of anteater, agouti... Read more
Created by the state government in 2000, the Botanical Garden is one of the largest reserves of the Atlantic Forest of Brazil, with 515 hectares. Besides recreation area, is also local studies of species of fauna and flora. Through three tracks, tourists can glimpse animal and plant species typical of the Atlantic. Among the plants are sucupira, hog plum (tree of caja), copiúba (which serves as food for marmosets), orchids and bromeliads. Among animals, can be seen specimens of anteater, agouti... Read more
Created by the state government in 2000, the Botanical Garden is one of the largest reserves of the Atlantic Forest of Brazil, with 515 hectares. Besides recreation area, is also local studies of species of fauna and flora. Through three tracks, tourists can glimpse animal and plant species typical of the Atlantic. Among the plants are sucupira, hog plum (tree of caja), copiúba (which serves as food for marmosets), orchids and bromeliads. Among animals, can be seen specimens of anteater, agouti... Read more
Picãozinho is a reef formation sandstone, which is located about 1500 meters from the beach on the coast of Tambaú João Pessoa - PB.Durante periods of low water a large portion of the reef is exposed.The reef is one of the most important sights of the city, and since the 80 turisticamente explored. Currently there are several boats that make the transfer between the beach Tambaú and Picãozinho. During the tour, which lasts about 15 minutes, tourists are told not to walk on the reef.The reef... Read more

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Tropical Tambaú is a beach resort built on the sands of Tambaú beach in the land where the sun rises first, and offering an outstanding view of the beautiful white sand beaches of João Pessoa. A picture-perfect family beach resort and tropical vacati Read more
Address › Av. Almirante Tamandaré, 229 - Tambaú João Pessoa - Paraiba - Brasil Zip code: 58039-010

Tours [11]

Following the seafront along the beaches of Tambaú, Bessa, Intermares and Poço, we reach Camboinha, where we set sail for the paradise island of Areia Vermelha, where tide pools form among a series of reddish sandbanks. Read more
Located in the municipality of Mataraca on the northern coast Paraíba State, between the Potiguar indigenous reservation and the mouth of the River Guajú, Barra Camaratuba is one of Brazil’s most beautiful coastal features. After arriving at the meeting point, we begin our “plunge into nature”, with a boat trip along the River Camaratuba within the natural mangrove reservation. Soon afterwards, we return for lunch (optional), followed by a Land Rover trip and raft river crossing to ... Read more
On arriving at the beach of Jacaré, a boat is boarded for a trip along the River Paraíba, enjoying the view of the port town of Cabedelo on the way to the sea. After rounding the Stuart and Andorinhas islands, we stop at the beach of Forte Velho. The grand finale is watching the sun go down to the sound of Ravel’s Bolero. There are no words to describe just how moving this is, for the land where the sun rises first could not have anything but a breathtaking sunset. Read more
A tour of the main tourist attractions in the world’s second greenest city, including the beaches of Tambaú, Manaíra and Cabo Branco, whose lighthouse at Ponta do Seixas marks the easternmost point in the Americas, where the sun rises first. The excursion proceeds to the historical district of what is Brazil’s third oldest city; including the São Francisco area; Parque Solon de Lucena, João Pessoa’s “picture postcard”; “The Square of The Three Powers”; the cathedral, the Monastery of ... Read more
Our adventure begins with a journey along dirt roads through the sugarcane fields, amidst oxen and dense vegetation, arriving at the Marine Manatee Conservation Centre, where, in traditional canoes, visitors are introduced to their habitat. The excursion proceeds with a visit to the town of Rio Tinto and the Lundgren family palacette. On the River Simimbú, there's a stop for an optional boat trip through the mangroves, plus a chance to enjoy the unique dish of garlic-fried crab in the shade of ... Read more
Following the seafront along the beaches of Tambaú, Manaíra and Bessa, the excursion arrives at Intermares, stopping to visit a sea turtle nesting area. Proceeding along the beaches of Camboinha and Formosa, we reach the port town of Cabedelo to visit the Fortress of Santa Catarina and the official starting point of the Trans-Amazon Highway. The return journey includes a stop for lunch (not included), with free time for sea bathing. Don’t miss the chance to try the region’s wide variety ... Read more
We board a catamaran at Tambaú for the tide pools of Picãozinho, a true offshore paradise, where visitors can feed the tropical fish and enjoy a refreshing dip in the warm, crystal-clear waters. Read more
Get ready to see a coastline dotted with coconut palms and white sands, exotic beaches with indígenous names: Jacumã, Tabatinga, Carapibus, Coqueirinho and, last but not least, Tambaba, the only official naturist beach in Northeast Brazil, considered one of the ten most beautiful in the country, with tide pools (at low tide) and cliffs of coloured sandstone. Read more
A trip to the beach of Jacaré on the banks of the River Paraíba, with free time to stroll along the waterfront and visit the riverside bars, whilst visitors get ready for the magic moment when they pay homage to the sun as it slips away to the sound of Ravel’s Bolero. Read more
We depart for the the town of Ingá, home to the enigmatic itacoatiara rock engravings and a museum containing fossils of giant prehistoric animals that lived in the region. From there the tour proceeds to Cabaceiras, a typical town of the Cariri region, with houses dating from the end of the 19th century, chosen as the set for the recent film O Auto da Compadecida. Following an optional lunch and short rest at the farm of Pai Mateus, we visit Saca de Lã and the Pai Mateus outcrop, with its... Read more
The itacoatiaras of Ingá, the historical town of Areia and the famous city of Campina Grande, home to the world’s largest Saint John festivities. The first stop is the mysterious Ingá to visit the itacoatiaras, huge stones (the largest of their kind in the world) with mysterious engravings as yet undeciphered. Following a visit to the museum that contains fossils of giant prehistoric animals, such as the giant sloth, we proceed to the historical town of Areia, the home of Pedro Américo, ... Read more
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