Brazil is known for its countryside whose landscape is marked by valleys, mountains and lush vegetation but also by its paradisiacal beaches perfect for diving.
Brazil is known worldwide for its socio-environmental wealth. There are huge sandy beaches with crystal clear and warm waters, breathtaking landscapes such as Iguazú Falls, rivers or the Amazonian forest. Fans of extreme sports will be delighted by the country’s offshore. Adventure-seeking tourists can go there to rest and breathe the fresh air. Many activities are possible, such as horse riding on mountain bikes, trekking, rafting, visiting waterfalls or even strolling in the heart of the orange groves.
The Fernando de Noronha archipelago, home to a fragile ecosystem, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The number of visitors is limited, but the lucky ones are rewarded with heavenly beaches and the tranquility of warm waters in which dolphins and sea turtles have made their home. Noronha is one of the best scuba diving sites in the world.
Teju- Açu Eco Pousada was built and designed with a basic principle, or to relax and come into contact with nature in a transparent and direct way. The facilities offer all the comfort and the best way to explore the charms of Fernando de Noronha Island. Surrounded by the vegetation of the Atlantic forest, in addition to being ecologically correct, Teju-Açu is the ideal place to seek peace, rest and contact with nature, without opening the offer of differentiated services, which offer all the comfort of a privileged accommodation.
Nez Bistro offers an original menu that combines Brazilian, French and Italian cuisine! The plates are prepared with great care, and the products used are carefully selected. It is also important to highlight the important wine list to accompany the atypical flavours of Nez Bistro.
During this two-hour cruise, admire the beauty of the city from the water, starting from the district nicknamed “Brazilian Venice”. You will cross Santo Antonio and Recife Antigo, passing under several bridges such as the one of “12 September” or the “Maurício de Nassau Pont”. A good opportunity to discover Recife and its cultural and architectural heritage in a different way, while relaxing.
During this 5-hour excursion, you will explore the city’s architectural treasures, including Alto da Sé Square. You can stroll through the colourful streets of Olinda, where there is a certain sweetness of life. The day will continue at the former slave market of Mercado da Ribeira. A stop to admire the giant dolls used during the Olinda carnival is also planned.