30 KM. of deserted and unspoiled beaches of the northern coast of Paraibathe indigenous reserve Potiguara, the oldest reserve in Brazil flour houses still active in the Potiguara community where you can assist with the manioc production process hiking trekking, 10 km of unspoilt cliff among the most beautiful in BrazilI ndigenous handicraft Culinary Potiguara reserve of Barra de Mamanguape where manatees live in freedom two important mangrove forests today areas of natural preservation Nature, rivers, springs, forests of the Indigenous Potiguara Reserve The beach of Coqueirinho do Norte, one of the most famous in Paraiba
this boat tour passes through a stretch of mangrove forest along the Sinibù River, where we can observe the flora and fauna typical of this eco-system. At the mouth of the river the view opens onto the beach of Coqueirinho do Norte, from which we will reach the Paradise of the Turtless, a barrier of rocks and corals from which you can see the turtles swimming in the open sea. Continuing, you reach the beach of Barra, a beautiful dune beach where there is a natural pool with calm and warm water. The return is through the estuary of the Mamanguape River where, with some luck, we can see the manatee, who lives here free in its natural habitat.
cultural tours in the villages Potiguara to discover the culture and roots of Brazilian natives. We will see closely how the Indios live and what they preserve of their culture will visit one of the six flour houses that are still active to observe the process of preparing of manioc-cassava flour.
this tour touches the most important historical and natural points of the reserve, the remains of the ancient Portuguese fort on the cliff of Forte from which you can see a beatiful panorama of the region, the cliffs of Alto do Tambà, where we will take a short walk to observe the stone perforated and other spectacular phenomena product to the erosion of the elements and enjoy the view of the colorful clifs, among the most beautiful in Brazil.The tour ends at Barra de Camaratuba, an idyllic place where a small community of Indios lives of typical crafts made with natural products. On the way back we will visit the ruins of the ancient Sao Miguel church.
a unique experience that allows us to have a day in contact with a Potiguara family, eating the typical food of the Indios and listening to the stories of Dona Fatima, the only woman curandeira of the reserve with a great knowledge of the myths and religion of the potiguara