Brazil is such a source of fantasy and phantasmagoria that it awakens the thirst for adventure of any traveler.
Guaruja, the seaside resort, provides the most spectacular version of the Brazilian dream. 15 miles of beach, a set of incredible waterfalls and freshwater pools, and the addition of small, wild coves. Not to mention Brazilian hospitality, betraying the contrast that often separates the reputation and the reality of a country.
An extremely beautiful city awaits you. A city proud of its waterfront, along which a row of ivory colored skyscrapers stands proud, wedged in between these typically Brazilian and resplendent little wooded hills. But the main attraction of Guaruja is, of course, its many beaches. There are the "official" beaches, like Enseada, that you can see from the city, or Praia do Tombo, particularly loved by surfers. But there are also the "unofficial" beaches like Prainha or Iporanga, in the hinterland, which surprises with its small waterfalls amidst tropical greenery.
For even more hedonism, you should head for Pernambuco Beach, a setting surrounded by water, which provides the perfect location for savoring a caipirinha as you watch the sun setting over the Atlantic Ocean. Once night falls, the whole region wakes up for some fun. But to appreciate the true authenticity of this region, the small, neighboring fishing village of Perequê, with its intimate beach dotted with colorful boats, is the perfect place. Here, you'll effortlessly get into the Brazilian nightlife, enjoying a freshly caught fish with the rhythm of a bossa nova beating in the distance.