Brazil's Northeast - off the beaten track among dunes and lagoons

16 August 2019 - 26 August 2019


Starts from Pousada Dos Cantos (tbc)
Rue Prudente De Morais

Fly into the dynamic port Recife, with its history of slaving, now renewed as a capital of the arts, especially music and dance. The tour starts in the nearby centuries-old town Olinda, with historic Portuguese architecture lining cobbled streets. We then travel on to the remote far north of Brazil and the huge Parnaíba delta. Its islets and lagoons are fabulous bird watching destinations. Beyond are the surreal dunes and crystalline pools of Lençois Maranhenses National Park.  A traditional way of life survives in the region's sleepy, riverine fishing communities and small coastal towns. An optional trip extension visits the unique rock formations of another National Park, Sete Cidades. This is an adventurous trip, exploring by jeep, boat and 4WD.

There is a shortened version of the trip available which has been cut by 3 days and you can download the pdf here.

Prices for the full version of the trip range from £1,373 pp for a triple room, excluding flights. For further information on pricing please contact Journey Latin America.

Robert Akester
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Group(s): Travel