The village of Jericoacoara is nothing more than a small district located in the rural area of the municipality of Jijoca de Jericoacoara, which is about 300 km from the capital of the state of Ceará, Fortaleza.
It is not any vehicle that can get to Vila, so it is highly common to carry the transportation of most tourists, from the city to the Village of vehicles traced (4 × 4) due to the large sand. After highs and lows on the road that has nothing asphalted, when arriving in the Village the impression is that we are on a Caribbean island, because the place is different from most of the beaches of Ceará. In 2014, Huffington Post was voted the fourth best beach on Earth.
Important points: one of the negative points is the high prices of meals, which average R $ 60 to 100, and possible expenses with tours to Pedra Furada, Lagoa do Paraíso, among others. Another detail is the connections to the internet via Wi-Fi, which in most of the places we visit, are of poor quality, many would not connect, and we were forced to use the mobile data. In relation to inns, depending on the season you intend to visit, the price can leave on average from R $ 150 to R $ 300 per person / day. If you intend to visit the place by own car, if you have not had the opportunity to go to the village before, I very much believe that you will hardly get there, other than hiring a tour guide or following a taxi to the village.
The Village is highly frequented all year round, however, according to the natives, the season of great flow of people, mainly of gringos, is in the month of September. Safety: It is not considered a very insecure beach, it is possible to see from time to time BPTur car making rounds, and it is difficult news of robberies and robberies, however the recommendation is not to trust too much. We do not recommend specific ventures, and we encourage readers to conduct their searches on Google.
One of the main postcards of Jericoacoara, the Pedra Furada Lagoon of Paradise, where tourists can take to use sleeping nets to take a “nap” in the water. On the way back from Pedra Furada, the Tree of Preguiça, which has its root exposed, is an attraction for photos. Several tourists go every day to the Dune of the Sunset, to contemplate the beauty of what we do not even need to mention.
In the village now it is possible to be on the beach, sometimes in fields, as in the case of this photo Sunset seen from the Dunes of the Sunset Another beautiful image seen from the Dunes of the Sunset On the day I went, the tide was low. Several tents are concentrated in front of the beach, and behind them there are several options of trade.
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