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Alagoas

In Alagoas, in the beautiful Northeast Brazil, you will find, on one side of the range, sea and spectacular beaches on the other, the São Francisco River. Cutting the territory, rivers such as San Miguel, Tatuamunha, Coruripe, not counting of course the ponds that helped to name the state. Deserted or well-frequented beaches, coral reefs and a sea of ​​unbelievable colors, historic towns and quiet capital, lots of entertainment and friendly people, here's a bit of what you can find in Alagoas, one of the smallest states in the country, but whose coast still has some gems to discover.

About Alagoas


Located in northeastern Brazil, the state of Alagoas has a huge variety of beaches, one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the country. The main attractions are in the capital, Maceio, nestled among palm trees, mangroves and one of the most idyllic coastlines of the Brazilian Northeast. There are several quiet beaches with blue and green waters in a mixture of tranquility with an excellent infrastructure.

The water sports are practiced almost everywhere in Maceió, especially in the natural pools of Ipioca, Pajuçara, Paripueira, Barra de São Miguel and Gunga very visited for diving and snorkelling. Those who are looking for a good place to surf can go to Cruz das Almas, French, Jacarecica and Ponta Verde beaches. Barra de São Miguel is considered one of the state's best for surfing and is the headquarters of the Northeast Surfing Championship. Fishing fans prefers the North coast beaches such as Jacarecica; while the good winds bring boaters to Jatiúca and French beaches. 

Halfway between Maceió and Recife is Maragogi. Planted in the heart of the Coral Coast, the village is known as the ‘Brazilian Caribbean’ and offers a beautiful set that combines crystal clear waters, fine sand, palm trees and reefs and an excellent hosting infrastructure. The region also has huge natural pools full of fish, perfect for snorkelling and diving . 

Not far away are Burgalhau, Barra Grande and Ponta do Mangue beaches , with its blue-green waters and surrounded by the rustic fishing villages with simple houses and colorful rafts crossing the sea. For the full coastal strip, nothing better than buggy rides by the sea, boating, catamaran or speedboat. 

65 km from Maceio are the Marape Dunes, where buggy rides take visitors to the top of the cliffs to enjoy the sunset. The region is also sought to be close to the meeting of the river to the sea; so those who visit can take bath of fresh water and salt water. 

Another must-see destination is São Miguel dos Milagres, a small town two hours from Maceio. Beautiful beaches and a few hotels managed to transform São Miguel dos Milagres a desired destination for tourists from Brazil and abroad, with its rustic air and simple houses by the seaside. 


Natopia offers you a range of experiences to help you get the most of the natural wonders Alagoas has to offer. If you cannot find what you are looking for let us know and with our knowledge, connections, and access we will help you find the natural experiences that will make your trip to Alagoas something you will remember for a lifetime.

Bahia has the longest coastline in Brazil. Stretching for 932km it offers an array of idealic coastal destinations good for relaxing or practicing water sports. Popular destinations include Salvador, Praia de Forte, Itacare, Ilheus, Porto Seguro and Abrolhos. Each offering clear blue waters and white sands fringed with Atlantic forest . In the interior of Bahia there is also the Chapada Diamintina mountain range with its waterfalls and amazing vistas providing a perfect playground for adventurers and nature lovers alike.

Capital of the state of Bahia, Salvador has a coastline of 50 kilometers long and sits on Baia de Todos os Santos, or All Saints’ Bay, which is populated by over 50 stunning small islands perfect for quick beach getaways, boat trips and diving. Near to Salvador is Praia de Forte, a former fishing village full of natural beauty with white sand beaches fringed by Atlantic Forest that is home to the Tamar sea turtle preservation project.

To the south of Salvador is Itacare known for its magnificent beaches and scenery with the Atlantic rainforest backing on to deserted beaches. A popular surfing destination it also offer many options of ecotourism and adventure sports including tree climbing, zipline, white water rafting and trekking. Further, south is Ilheus considered one of the best points for surfing in the northeast, but it is also known as a destination for those seeking rest, relaxation and beautiful scenery.

Porto Seguro, located in the extreme south of Bahia is known for its amazing beaches and preserved areas of Mata Atlântica. Off the coast of Bahia is the Abrolhos Archipelago which comprises 5 islands and is a National Marine Reserve known for its excellent diving and snorkeling as well as attractions such as humpback whale watching.

In the Bahian countryside is Chapada Diamantina a mountain wilderness that has many natural attractions such as waterfalls, caves, canyons and rivers. It is a park sought after by lovers of extreme sports and nature lovers alike. It is a popular destination for rock climbing, canoeing, mountain biking and other adventure sports.

The north east of Brazil is a truly magical and naturally spectacular region offering a wide diversity of activities including bird watching, whale watching, horseback riding , paragliding, trekking, kayaking, boating, eco tours, sailing, diving, surfing and much more.

 

Natopia offers you a range of experiences to help you get the most of the natural wonders Bahia has to offer. If you cannot find what you are looking for let us know and with our knowledge, connections, and access we will help you find the natural experiences that will make your trip to Bahia something you will remember for a lifetime.



 

Bahia has the longest coastline in Brazil. Stretching for 932km it offers an array of idealic coastal destinations good for relaxing or practicing water sports. Popular destinations include Salvador, Praia de Forte, Itacare, Ilheus, Porto Seguro and Abrolhos. Each offering clear blue waters and white sands fringed with Atlantic forest . In the interior of Bahia there is also the Chapada Diamintina mountain range with its waterfalls and amazing vistas providing a perfect playground for adventurers and nature lovers alike.

Capital of the state of Bahia, Salvador has a coastline of 50 kilometers long and sits on Baia de Todos os Santos, or All Saints’ Bay, which is populated by over 50 stunning small islands perfect for quick beach getaways, boat trips and diving. Near to Salvador is Praia de Forte, a former fishing village full of natural beauty with white sand beaches fringed by Atlantic Forest that is home to the Tamar sea turtle preservation project.

To the south of Salvador is Itacare known for its magnificent beaches and scenery with the Atlantic rainforest backing on to deserted beaches. A popular surfing destination it also offer many options of ecotourism and adventure sports including tree climbing, zipline, white water rafting and trekking. Further, south is Ilheus considered one of the best points for surfing in the northeast, but it is also known as a destination for those seeking rest, relaxation and beautiful scenery.

Porto Seguro, located in the extreme south of Bahia is known for its amazing beaches and preserved areas of Mata Atlântica. Off the coast of Bahia is the Abrolhos Archipelago which comprises 5 islands and is a National Marine Reserve known for its excellent diving and snorkeling as well as attractions such as humpback whale watching.

In the Bahian countryside is Chapada Diamantina a mountain wilderness that has many natural attractions such as waterfalls, caves, canyons and rivers. It is a park sought after by lovers of extreme sports and nature lovers alike. It is a popular destination for rock climbing, canoeing, mountain biking and other adventure sports.

The north east of Brazil is a truly magical and naturally spectacular region offering a wide diversity of activities including bird watching, whale watching, horseback riding , paragliding, trekking, kayaking, boating, eco tours, sailing, diving, surfing and much more.

 

Natopia offers you a range of experiences to help you get the most of the natural wonders Bahia has to offer. If you cannot find what you are looking for let us know and with our knowledge, connections, and access we will help you find the natural experiences that will make your trip to Bahia something you will remember for a lifetime.