- A buggy ride through the main sights of one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the world
The city became famous for being one of the most beautiful and longest beaches in the world, surrounded by dunes and freshwater lagoons, bringing people from all over the world to its shores and in 2002 the area reached the maximum status in terms of environmental protection, being named a national park. Since you're in Jeri, why not take a picture...
- Sightseeing Buggy Tour and Transport with Stops
- Food and drinks
- Entrance to the Blue Hole
- Tour itinerary: saw with a pierced stone (symbol of jericoacoara), sloth tree, Preá beach, blue hole (not including ticket), blue lagoon and paradise lagoon.
- Private buggy vehicle, with maximum capacity for 4 passengers + buggy;
- Tour itinerary: saw with a holed stone (symbol of jericoacoara), Lazy Tree, Preá Beach, Blue Hole, Blue Lagoon and Paradise Lagoon.
- ENVIRONMENTAL FEE - People over 60 years old, children up to 12 years old, people with disabilities and residents and workers of Vila de Jericoacoara will be exempt from payment. We inform you that after payment, passengers must carry the voucher on the trip as it will be requested at the entrance to Vila de Jericoacoara, at Check In at hotels and inns and whenever you leave or enter Vila de Jericoacoara to take a tour.
- ENVIRONMENTAL FEE - Where to pay? Through the Site of the Municipality of Jijoca through the Site ( www.jijocadejericoacoara.ce.goc.br ). Or at the entrance to the village of Jericoacoara at the Collection Post. We do not advise because we usually have many queues.
- Departure from the hotels or inns on the beach of jericoacoara at 9:00 am and return around 4:00 pm
- ENVIRONMENTAL FEE - There is an environmental fee to be paid at Praia de Jericoacoara, with different values for accommodation of up to 10 days. If you exceed more days in Vila de Jericoacoara, a new fee will be generated for payment. The environmental fee is mandatory for all visitors to Vila de Jericoacoara.
- It is the traveler's sole responsibility to have all the necessary documentation up to date, so research in advance everything that is required at the destination of your activity.
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