The dunes and lagoons that frame Cumbuco make this fishing village a natural amusement park. The destination is filled with activities in the sand and in the water as raft rides and buggy, esquibunda … Because of the strong winds, the beach is considered one of the world’s best to practice kite and windsurfing. CUMBUCO BEACH FROM FORTALEZA
One of the postcards of the region is the banana pond, busy on weekends because of the tents set around. Boats, jet skis, kayaks, wind boards and banana boats share the beautiful scenery. One of the most fun ways to get to the site is through a buggy ride amid the dunes and palm trees. The script may also include the ponds of Parnamirim – with a stop for swimming and esquibunda descent – and Pristine, from where you have a beautiful view of the river Cauípe. The final point is the beach Cauípe Bar, with pond, tents and water sports. CUMBUCO BEACH FROM FORTALEZA
The capital city of the State of Ceará, has been for decades one of the most popular destinations of Brazilian tourists. In recent years, the fame of Fortaleza has been gaining the world, and the number of Europeans, North and South Americans travelers coming to Ceará has grown fast.
What attracts so many Brazilian and foreigners to Fortaleza? Rather than pointing out one single reason, it is safer to say that visitors are attracted by a combination of the sunny beaches, the busy and safe nightlife, the delicious culinary, the rich Brazilian culture, the very peaceful and friendly people.
Attractions abound in Fortaleza. Starting with the beautiful central border formed by the beaches of Iracema, Meireles and Fortaleza, united by the Avenida Beira Mar, a meeting point for tourists and residents at the time of sunset. The 11 km of the center, the Futuro beach is perfect for a dip too stewardship – the various stalls offer not only the typical crab claws and crab roasted snapper in coarse salt, but also fresh water showers, chairs, umbrellas and lots of entertainment.
How to get there
Fortaleza has a modern airport that receives flights from different Brazilian and foreign airlines. For those already in the northeast and likes to make car trips, our advice is to take a serious care of the distances between Fortaleza and your point of origin. Distances in Brazil can surprise.
The Trip Cost Includes
- REGULAR SERVICE
- TRANSFERS IN & OUT
- BILINGUAL GUIDE
- ENTRANCE TICKETS
The Trip Cost DOES NOT Include
- International and domestic flights
- Tips for travel guides and drivers
- Travel insurance