Get to know one of the most beautiful regions of Jericoacoara by visiting the east coast on a Buggy tour.In this tour you'll visit:Pedra Furada: one of the symbols of Jeri is a very exotic rock formation. The low tide is the best time to reach the stone, this route offers the opportunity to take beautiful pictures while exploring the shore.Tree of laziness: the name of the tree was due to the difficulty that the tree has in erecting its branches, it seems to crawl, its branches extend for about 4 meters away from the tree.Praia do Preá: a beach with strong winds, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. Preá Beach offers several natural attractions, such as lagoons, coconut trees and mangroves.Lagoa Azul: The water is very clear and the color varies depending on the time of year. Lagoon of Paradise: the water is crystal clear and the sand is your eyes will enchant you with the beauty of the place, a true paradise.
This tour starts in the morning, from the inns and hotels of the village of Jericoacoara, and takes place along the west coast of Jericoacoara, passing by the main beach of Jeri and the beach of Mangue Seco, where you stop for a boat trip , to see seahorses (optional tour). After this, a ferry crossing the Guriú river arrives at the Mangroves. After 10 km with buggy in the dunes, up to the Lago Grande.
The beach town of Jericoacoara is renowned for its golden beaches, sand dunes, and freshwater lagoons. With this tour, discover some of Jericoacoara’s most picturesque spots, including Prea Beach, Jericoacoara National Park, and the Blue and Paradise Lagoons. Along the way, see natural landmarks such as the unique Sloth Tree and the Pedra Furada rock formation, and have chance to swim in the lagoons.
Venture off-road in a 4WD and explore the natural wonders in and around the Jericoacoara National Park on this full-day tour. Stop to take photos at the Pedra Furada rock arch and the Arvore da Preguiça tree; admire the mangrove forests and lagoons of Preá Beach; and enjoy swimming at the Lagoa Azul and Lagoa do Paraiso lagoons.