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1-Day Tour to Gunga Beach By Schooner from Maceio - Group Spanish and Portuguese

Tour code: 047-1003
  • Available: Mon, Fri, Sun
  • Depart from: Maceio, Brazil
  • Duration: 7 Hours
  • Language: English
From USD$25

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Schooner Trip, Top 10 Brazillian Beach, Beach Cliff Rock Formations, Tourist Facilities...

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  • Private English Guide Tour is available.

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Maceio-Barra de Sao Miguel-Maceio (68 km)
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Day 1 Maceio-Barra de Sao Miguel-Maceio(68 km)

This tour will begin in Maceio, where guests will be picked up from their hotels. Today, we will journey to Barra de Sao Miguel, where we'll board a schooner and sail through the magnificent landscape of the Lagoa do Roteiro, landing at the beach paradise of Gunga. Renowned for its lush coconut groves and extraordinary beauty, Gunga has been voted one of Brazil's ten most beautiful beaches by a highly respected Brazilian travel guidebook. We will also enjoy the famous cliffs along the beach. Tourist facilities are available, ensuring full enjoyment of our day of fun and relaxation in this tropical beach paradise. At the end of the day, we will make our way back to Maceio, where guests will return to their hotels, bringing an end to this tour. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

If you follow the Brazilian coastline south from Maceio, you will reach this small city amidst tropical vegetation. The city becomes lively on June 24th for the St. John's Day Festival. Gunga Beach is located here.

  • Consistently ranked as one of the country's top 10 beaches, Gunga offers beautiful landscapes and a wealth of activities, like kayak rentals. Surrounded by coconut trees, the water gets its unique color from the junction of ocean and lake.





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