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Ceará

The state of Ceará in the Northeast of Brazil has quickly evolved to become a popular tourist destination and is now being recognized for its eco-tourism capabilities. Its capital Fortaleza attracts tourists from all over due to the beauty of its beaches and it serves as a hub to Ceara’s other well known and more remote beach destinations such as Canoa Quebrada, Morro Branco and Jericoacoara. Ceara has much to offer tourists with 4x4 tours, surfing, helicopter rides, kite surfing, windsurfing, boating, wakeboarding and much more.

About Ceará

Located in the northeastern corner of Brazil and despite being one of smallest States in Brazil, Ceará has one of the longest coastlines in the country, with over 600km of sand. Fortaleza its capital has some of the nicest urban beaches in Brazil, especially Praia do Futuro, and it acts as a hub to Cearás hundreds of well preserved, nearly wild, unexplored beaches and sand dunes.
Besides the famous coast, Ceará has a remarkable interior, with the rainforests and waterfalls of the Highlands such as the National Forest of Araripe and some semi-arid regions which are ideal for tourists who like extreme sports and adventure including paragliding, hang gliding and climbing.

Canoa Quebrada is 164km from Fortaleza and this once sleepy fishing village among dunes and cliffs, has quickly become one of Ceará’s most famous tourist destinations. It offers visitors a wide range of outdoor activities including trips in dune buggies, horse riding, sailing in a 'jangada' boat, mountain biking, sandboarding, kitesurfing, windsurfing as well as 4x4 excursions.

Jericoacoara is considered one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the world and is located 300 kilometers from Fortaleza. This former fishing village is an ecological paradise located in an Environmental Protection Area. It offers a long coastline of beaches, dunes, clear freshwater lakes and warm natural pools which provides a perfect backdrop for the windsurfers and kitesurfers who come from around the world to take advantage of its perfect winds. Beyond its water sports Jericoacoara also provides a range of outdoors activities such as buggy rides and 4x4 tours.

Morro Branco, 85 km from Fortaleza, is well known for the labyrinth a rocky area created by years of erosion as well as its cliffs, colourful sand dunes and fresh water ponds. Here you can take a dune buggy tour, go horseback riding or take a jangada (a small sailboat) ride to the nearby grottos.

Ceará is an up and coming eco-tourism and adventure tourism destination in Brazil offering a range of outdoor activities to explore this naturally beautiful and little explored region.

 

Natopia offers you a range of experiences to help you get the most of the natural wonders Ceará 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 Ceará something you will remember for a lifetime.