On Brazil’s northern Atlantic coast, there is a protected region called Lençóis Maranhenses National Park. It is renowned for its huge, white sand desert scenery with tall dunes and intermittent rainwater pools. Two of the biggest lagoons are Lagoa Azul and Lagoa Bonita. Mangrove wetlands are a part of the park’s unique environment. The entrances to the park are the surrounding settlements of Barreirinhas and Santo Amaro do Maranho.

All of the major circuits in the Lençóis Maranhenses National Park are completed in small groups, searching for more exclusive locations to ensure unique images, peace, and, of course, the beauty of the amazing sunset following a day of bathing.

Beyond the dunes and lakes, we travel. Athens Beach welcomes us with calm waves and exotic beauty nearby so we may get to know the Maranha sea. The dunes become closer to the water at Praia dos Lençóis, and it truly feels like heaven.

Maranhena culture was ineligible to be excluded due to its strength and distinctiveness. We learn about Marcelino, a small village whose economy places a strong premium on buriti straw crafts.

A town full of charm with a few hundred dwellings may be seen after crossing the Mandacaru River. The ascent to Farol do Preguiças is the highlight; it is worthwhile to take in the view of the sea and the park from above.

It’s a unique situation to be had with a unique group of folks. To secure your seat in the adventure with smaller groups, choose your company and contact us using the link in the below.


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