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Sunny days & Soft sand beaches
TRAVEL & TOURS TO NATAL

Suggestion of stay / travel service in NATAL:
* Transfers (Airport/Hotel/Airport)

* Stay at chosen hotel in Natal; see options below:
* A full day tour - Beach Buggy in the sand dunes.
* Alternative tours/activities - see links to the left:


NOTE: Send us your inquiry (itinerary with dates of your entire journey to Brazil), then we will send you a proposal free of charge, according to the frames you give to us.
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Accommodation Place Standard Meal Room/Type Price
Ponta Negra
TOURIST
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Ponta Negra
TOURIST
Breakfast
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Ponta Negra
COMFORT
Breakfast
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Costa do Atlantico Ponta Negra COMFORT Breakfast Standard Consult..!
Enseada Praia Hotel Ponta Negra COMFORT Breakfast Standard Consult..!
Pizzato Praia Hotel Ponta Negra COMFORT Breakfast Standard Consult..!
Via Costeira
COMFORT
Breakfast
Standard
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Via Costeira
COMFORT
Breakfast
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Visual Praia Hotel Ponta Negra COMFORT Breakfast Standard Consult..!
D Beach Resort Ponta Negra SUPERIOR Breakfast Standard Consult..!
Rifóles Praia Hotel Ponta Negra SUPERIOR Breakfast Standard Consult..!
Blue Tree Natal Via Costeira SUPERIOR Breakfast Standard Consult..!
Pestana Hotel Via Costeira FIRST CLASS Breakfast Standard Consult..!
Ocean Palace Hotel Via Costeira FIRST CLASS Breakfast Standard Consult..!

All information in this page is subject to alteration without previous notice. Remember that availability and prices will only be guaranteed in the confirmation of a requested booking.
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MORE ABOUT NATAL

Natal is the capital of the state “Rio Grande do Norte” in the Northeast of Brazil. It is a clean, bright city and is considered as the “beach capital” of the Northeast, there lives about 660.000 people. The main attractions are beaches, rides by beach buggies, and good nightlife. There is very little to see of cultural or historical interest. Ponta Negra is the most popular beach, located 14km south of Natal’s downtown. The beach is nearly three km in length and full of hotels, pousadas, restaurants, barracas and sailboats – at weekends the place really jumps. The water is calm towards the end of the bay and safe for swimmers. At the far end of the beach is a monstrous sand dune. Its face is inclined at 50° and drops straight into the sea. Bordered by jungle green, the slop is perfect for sand skiing.

Evening activities consist of beer drinking and snacking at the barracas. A day tour by beach buggy through the sand dunes in Genipabu, is a great experience. For those that are scared to run with high speed, going up and down in the movable sand dunes, may ask for a “lighter” race – or a race without emotions what they would say..! In the park of Genipabu you can also have a cold shower and make a promenade by dromedary.  When you are in Genipabu, utilize also to know the beautiful beach of “Praia Muriú” and Praia de Maracajaú” on the North Shore. Then you may visit the lake and the beach of “Jacumã”. Here you can try the radical sport “Aerobunda”, a kind of ropeway that take the person fast downhill and ends in the water. In the south you may visit the beautiful beaches of  Praia do Amor & Praia de Pipa.

Pipa is also a small nice village, with several options of accommodations, restaurants, supply of handicrafts, good nightlife, etc – it’s worth a visit too. At the very end, we can not forget to mention the archipelago of Fernando de Noronha, about 360km outside Natal’s coast. This place has a marvelous nature and provides with one of the best places for diving on this planet.The climate in Natal is almost equatorial with an annual average temperature of 28°C, and the city is proud of to have 300 days of sun per year. There is a constant breeze from the sea that helps to keep the temperature under control. The rains appear in general in January, February and between June & August.