Tatajuba Beach, a fishing village that was buried by sand and rebuilt on the other side of the river, has huge dunes, coconut palms and calm seas.
On this tour the traveler will take Buggy and the ferry along the Rio Guriú. They are part of the tour:
Praia do Mangue Seco: Mangue Seco is a small fishing village where about 200 families live. On the beach there are mangrove trees where the branches are buried in the sand and a blue-green pond, making the landscape incredible.
Rio Guriú: is a small fishing community, about 10 km from Jericoacoara. Guriú marks the western boundary of the Environmental Protection Area - APA, where it is possible to rent a rustic raft and go through huge formations at the mouth of the river. At the end of the tour, visitors stop in a small rustic bar to enjoy delicious snacks along the coast.
Lago Grande: the Lago Grande is beautiful and surrounded by dunes, with hammocks inside the water where the visitor can relax while admiring the view
This tour starts in the morning and takes place along the west coast of Jericoacoara, passing by the main beach of Jeri and the Praia do Mangue Seco, where there will be a stop with a boat trip to see the seahorses (optional tour not included). Afterwards, there will be a ferry crossing the Guriú river to the Mangroves, and finally, you will travel for 10 km with the Hilux in the dunes, until you get to the Lago Grande.
Praia de Tatajuba
Praia do Mangue Seco