Who would not want to live with the sand under their feet, the sun that warms the skin and the wind in between hair? All this happens when you walk in the village of Jericoacoara, located in a national park, where positive vibrations become the rhythm of your day.
We found out why it’s called “Heaven is here” and perhaps there is a reason!
You will take home the best sunsets, you will photograph millions of shades of the sky and the waves you a depending on the tide they will meet you.
The dune, symbol of Jericoacoara, from which you can see the spectacular “por do sol”, encloses the village in a frame of coconut trees, mangroves, centennial palm trees and the blue-green sea.
It is a fishing village that has kept its natural beauty, colors and intact the simple natives spirit . The access roads are sandy, without asphalt and the roads, at night, are illuminated by the moon and stars only.
As the sun goes down, you can witness the magic of capoeira, while the night comes alive with music and local festivals, such as samba and forrò.
It’s possible to visit Jeri all year around. Temperatures range from 35 ° C in summer to 22 ° C in winter.
The rainy season is from January to May, when the beautiful lagoons give shape to themself. In August, when winds blow with more power, is ideal for those who sail.