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“Paradise”
Review of Jericoacoara Beach

Jericoacoara Beach
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Reviewed 19 May 2014

Who doesn't love Jeri? A Brazilian National Park, full of clear lakes and calm beaches, lots of restaurants options and a great nighlife (where else can you find delicious real fruit caipirinhas and drink them at the beach?). Take the shuttle to the Paradise Lake, grab a coconut water and lay down on the hammocks and relax!That's it! People complain about the road to get there, of course, people, what do you want? It's a National Park and must be preserved, keep the road surface away and stay at the city if you want a city infrastructure! Also don't drive at the park, even if you car can get through it! It's illegal! Support local people and enjoy its awesomeness!

2  Thank Pricyla
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Reviewed 10 April 2014

Get there early and enjoy the sun while it´s not so hot yet. Hire a char and umbrella for 5 Reais per hour.

Thank CarlosAlmeida
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Reviewed 18 March 2014

When you're getting there, seems like a long road. Crossing the sands, boucing, shaking...feels like is never going to end. It feels like you're going into a tunel. But once you get there, this is where you can call a paradise. Jericoacoara's beach has fisherman, huge sands dunes,horse-drawn cart ride, handcrafts arts, market, restaurantes. Spend at least 3-4 days if you want to tour around Jericoacoara. Above all is a place where you can leave your highheels and jeans at home.

Thank Charmaine H
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Reviewed 6 March 2014

One of my favorites places in the world, such a magic vibration, nature, people... It's where I come for relax and have fun, i hope come back other at least 100 times! Walking always over the sand with comfy clothes. Paradise...

Thank Tagues T
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Reviewed 6 March 2014

The beach is gorgeous, ideal for those who love to walk on the beach. It keeps going for dozens of kilometers. It is clean and basic infrastructure is decent. The sunset is simply incredible. It can get crowded during brazilian hollidays, but it is peaceful at other times of the year.

Thank acukiert
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