Carneiros Beach is one of the favorites for nautical sports among Pernambucans. The sea is calm, with ideal characteristics for a good dive: clear waters, shallow depth and plenty of space to have fun and sunbathe on its sands. The coconut trees make of Carneiros a beautiful specimen of Northeastern beach. Get ready to discover a coastline chocked with coconut trees and white sands where the man almost does not make himself present. You will be charmed by the rudimentary nature, lush and wild. They are exotic beaches, unexplored and semi-deserted
After hotel pick ups, the air conditioned bus heads towards Carneiros Beach, 90 km south of Recife. Upon arrival at the place, tourists are guided to the meeting point, Bora Bora restaurant, which features covered seating and tables with umbrellas, as well as beach chairs. Guests have the option of requesting lunch (optional, not included) upon arrival so that they are prepared later.
You will be enchanted by a coastline chocked with coconut trees and white sands, calm and crystalline waters, perfect for bathing. The perfect setting for a day of rest and a relaxing sunbath. Explore the coast on foot or if you prefer, it is possible to rent stand up paddles and make your tour even more exciting.
Afterwards the tourists go to the catamaran that will take them to the beaches of the region. Get to know the charming church of São Benedito by the sea and the many kilometers of coconut trees and white sand during the tour. You will also have time to bathe in natural, crystalline pools.
At the last stop of the Catamaran, you can bathe in clay and maybe rejuvenate for a few years! It is a refreshing bath as well as being an excellent natural sunscreen. On site there are vendors of different types of clay in addition to coconut and sweet local treats.
After this last stop, tourists return to Bora Bora and from there they will take the bus that will take them to their respective hotels.