Beach Park - Seaside Water Park from Fortaleza

  • Tour code: 547-2511
  • Available: Tue, Fri, Sun
  • Depart from: Fortaleza, Brazil
  • Duration: 8 Hours
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Come enjoy all the fun in the sun and sand at this seaside waterpark. One of the largest seaside water parks in the world, Beach Park boasts a wide range of fun attractions for the whole family including the Insano, the tallest water slide in the world!

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  • The listing price is for Spanish and Portuguese SPEAKING tour.

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Fortaleza
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Day 1 Fortaleza

In the morning, guests will be picked up from their hotels in Fortaleza. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times. In this city tour, we will discover the history and uniqueness of this beautiful city. Portuguese colonists were the first non-native settlers in the area, disputing with the Dutch, and they founded a small village that would eventually grow into the modern city, which is today the 5th largest in the country.

We will experience firsthand the diversity and beauty of the city's well-maintained historical buildings, including the Metropolitan Cathedral, Central Market, the Mausoleum of President Castelo Branco, Martyr's Square, the Center of Tourism, the statue of Iracema on Meireles Beach, the raft harbor at Mucuripe Beach, and famous Praia do Futuro. A short distance outside of the city, hidden among the dunes of the Aquiraz district, we will also find the beach of Porto das Dunas, home to one of the top water parks in the world, Beach Park, a modern oasis that combines the fun and beauty of the beach with the best rides of a water park. After enjoying the city and the water park, guests will be dropped-off at their hotels to bring an end to this tour.

Fortaleza is the state capital of Ceara, located in Northeastern Brazil. The city was one of the host cities of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

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    This large, 5,000-person capacity cathedral, built in the Gothic-Romanesque style, is the third largest in the country, and the seat of the Archdiocese of Fortaleza. Its twin off-white spires rise amongst the Fortaleza skyline.
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    The city of Fortaleza is known for its traditional handicrafts. This market in the center of the city serves to display the works of local artists. With four floors and plenty of shops, there is no shortage of interesting findings.
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    This mausoleum and memorial in Fortaleza is dedicated to former president Castelo Branco, who gained his position as one of the leaders of a military coup in the 1960s.
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    Built in the city's old public jail, the tourism center is the the headquarters of Emcetur, the major tourism company in the state or Ceara. Here, you can tour the building and get information on the city's other sights.
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    One of the main tourist areas of Fortaleza, Meireles Beach is loaded with hotels, restaurants, and shops - busy all day long. There are many barracas, or beachfront restaurants, so visitors can eat right on the beach!
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    One of the many beautiful beaches in Fortaleza, Mucuripe is home to the raft harbor, where local fishermen leave their jagandas, a type of local fishing boat. You can watch as they set these boats off to make a catch.
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    Its name means the "Beach of the Future," this beach is not as busy as some of the others in the city. It has some of the most barracas, restaurants built right on the beach.
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    Take a short trip along the coast south of Fortaleza and you will reach this secluded beach. Its name comes from its scenery, tucked away amongst sand dunes.
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    A few miles south of Fortaleza is this thrilling water park and resort, the largest of its kind in Latin America at nearly 400,000 square feet, and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country.





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