Pipa Beach from Natal
Considered to be one of Brazil's ten most beautiful beaches, Pipa boasts stunning scenery and nature. Home to a portion of the Atlantic Rainforest and cliffs overlooking a chain of coves, Pipa has always attracted visitors from all over the world. Included is a stop at the beach of Cacimbinhas and the village of Pipa with free time for shopping and swimming. This natural scenery is a must see when visiting Natal!
Your journey begins with a picturesque drive through the municipality of Tibau do Sul. Traveling along the second longest highway in Brazil on your way to the Beach of Pipa, you'll receive fantastic views of tropical Brazilian scenery. Don't forget your camera!
The multitude of beaches stretch out in each direction, further than your eyes can see. Dotted by rocky outcrops, the white sand is lovely and dramatic against the backdrop of the high cliffs which plunge into the sea. The beach is a perfect spot to relax and watch the native turtles and dolphins which are aboundant in the area.
Your tour continues into the village of Pipa, where you can browse the quaint shops and perhaps find that perfect souvenir! Or, simply enjoy a refreshment from one of the many restaurants before allowing us to return you to your Natal hotel.
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Hotel pickup from Natal hotels
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, you must contact the local service provider to verify your exact pickup time.
Returns to original departure point approximately 8 hours after departure
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English Tour Option
Pipa Beach Tour from Natal with an English-speaking guide
Pipa from Natal
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Transport by air conditioned coach
- Professional guide
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Infant rates apply provided they do not occupy a seat
Reviewed by: Lucia, Brazil, February 2013
Reviewed by: Rosane, Brazil, February 2013