Take a relaxing trip to see the traditional side of Brazil's northeast coast on a full-day tour from Natal. Visit The Chapel of the Martyrs, travel to the estuary of the Cunhaú River and see prawn farms, or spend time swimming or dining at a local spot.
What to Expect
Brazil's northeast coast is known for its countless beaches, but it is also an area rich with culture and tradition. On your full-day trip to the beach of Barra do Cunhaú, you will be provided with a look at the tradition and history of the coastal city of Cunhaú.
Meet your guide after breakfast and then travel 55 miles (88 kilometers) from Natal to Barra do Cunhaú. Here, you will first see The Chapel of the Martyrs. This chapel is a monument to a group of Brazilians who were killed by the Dutch soldiers while engaging in Sunday Mass.
From here, you will visit the mouth of Cunhaú River. This part of the water is extremely calm, making it popular for kite surfers and prawn farmers alike. After reaching the nearby beach, you will have time to swim both in the river and the sea and to try local fare at your leisure.
There is an optional boat trip down the river, providing you with the opportunity to visit mangroves, see small hidden beaches, and watch local fishermen catch freshwater crabs.
- Round-trip transportation from/to most hotels in Natal
- Professional tour guide
- Cunhaú River boat trip
What's Not Included
- Food and beverages
- Gratuity (optional)
Know Before You Go
It is recommended that you bring sunscreen, a swimsuit, sandals, a towel, hiking boots or tennis shoes, and spending money.