The 7 Best Destinations In Northern Brazil

The 7 Best Destinations In Northern Brazil

You are already tired of knowing that our country is extremely beautiful and with surreal landscapes. So, to get a little out of the traditional route of every traveler, how about exploring more of the northern region of Brazil?
We made a selection with seven of the most incredible destinations there, each with its own particularities. Write down all the tips and place the places you like the most on Wishlist your trip ?

Presidente Figueiredo

Presidente Figueiredo

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Presidente Figueiredo is a very special corner of the Amazon, located very close to the center of Manaus. The most interesting of this municipality are the waterfalls – more than 100 scattered throughout the region!
Those who like nature and are always ready for a trail will love to know the place, which also has charming caves and caves. Among the tours that cannot be left out of the itinerary are the Refúgio Maroaga Cave and the Iracema Waterfall.

Alter do Chão

Alter do Chão

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Some say that Alter do Chão is the “Brazilian Caribbean”. We haven’t been there yet, so we can’t confirm that statement. However, this is a very common perception of all people who know the place.
The English newspaper The Guardian, for example, considered Alter as one of the 10 places with the most beautiful beaches in Brazil. The strip of sand is white and the color of the water is surreal! To take advantage of the tour, try to book the trip for the months between August and November.


The 7 Best Destinations In Northern Brazil
Also in Amazonas, Manaus is the kind of place that every Brazilian should visit at least once in his life. The local culture is unique and leaves anyone surprised, especially when it comes to gastronomy. There are many different and exciting flavors, colors and smells!
Although the heat is very intense, it is possible to enjoy the walks peacefully. Just keep your body hydrated and take some snacks in your bag. Oh, and for people who want to visit the region, I recommend the hotel

Villa Amazonia! In addition to being beautiful, the room is super comfortable and their restaurant is great.

Marajó Island

marajó island

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What do you think of the idea of ​​visiting the largest river island in the world? The Ilha de Marajó, located in Pará, is bathed not only by the Amazon River and the Tocantinss River, but also by the Atlantic Ocean. This natural beauty is not for many, right?
The fauna and flora of the region are wonderful, so all tours around the region end up being extremely enriching. Another very different reason to visit the place is the buffaloes – the place has the largest herd of these animals!


The 7 Best Destinations In Northern Brazil

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We already talked about the Jalapão several times here on the site, but we never tire of saying how amazing the park is. Being known mainly for ecotourism, the region is perfect for those who love more rustic and simple destinations.
The main attractions of the park, in addition to the traditional dunes, are the boilers, waterfalls and rock formations. It’s the ideal type of travel for people who want to spend time
off, seeking greater contact with nature ?

Anavilhanas Archipelago

The 7 Best Destinations In Northern Brazil

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Also in Amazonas, is the Anavilhanas Archipelago – one of the largest sets of river islands in the world! If you enjoy boat trips, for example, this could be your dream destination. In the dry season, however, the waters subside and the beaches begin to form.
The archipelago was transformed into a National Park in 2008 and has since become one of the state’s main attractions. Each type of tour depends on the season you are on. Between September and January, the grace of the archipelago is due to the beaches. From February to August, boat trips are the most popular.

Monte Roraima National Park

The 7 Best Destinations In Northern Brazil

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The Monte Roraima National Park is on the border of Brazil with Guyana, being the seventh highest point in the country! For people who like to venture out, the trails there are quite challenging.
It is important to note that this is a very rainy region. Consequently, there are few days when it doesn’t rain in the park. To avoid bad weather as much as possible, the months between November and March are the best.


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