Costa Verde Kayaking Trip in Brazil
R$800 per person
Multiday Kayaking Trip in Brazil
Duration: 2 days and 1 night | Difficulty: Medium | Paddling duration: Up to 4 hours a day
Highlights of the Costa Verde Kayaking Trip in Brazil (2 days)
✔️ Sea Kayaking trip on Brazil’s stunning Costa Verde, the most beautiful coast of Brazil.
✔️ Beautiful sandy beaches, tropical islands and magical mangrove.
✔️ Swimming with the bioluminescent plankton at Vermelha Beach.
✔️The Caiçara Culture of the remote, local fishing communities – everyday life, handicrafts and delicious seafood.
✔️ Beachfront accommodation in cabins on Vermelha Beach.
✔️ Top quality Sea Kayaks (singles and doubles available, with rudders).
✔️ Experienced local Trip Leaders with American Canoe Association (ACA) training
📃 Costa Verde Kayaking Trip description and information
Brazil’s Costa Verde, just south of Rio de Janeiro, has all the ingredients for an amazing paddling experience. National Geographic Traveler has called this area ‘a sea kayaker’s dream’ and, with its deserted sandy beaches, tropical islands, Rainforest covered hills and traditional Caiçara fishing villages, it’s easy to see why!
Setting out from the picturesque colonial town of Paraty we spend 02 days paddling the warm waters of the bay of Paraty, stopping at islands and beaches and exploring a tropical mangrove. We spend the night in the amazing beachfront Happy Hammock Eco-Guesthouse. As an overnight trip using stable double kayaks in the flat waters of the protected bay of Paraty this trip is ideal for people wanting to try a multiday sea kayaking trip for the first time.
Highlights of this lodge-based trip include swimming at deserted sandy beaches and tropical islands; experiencing the traditional Caiçara fishing culture and the spectacular panoramic views of the bay of Paraty. And with a bit of luck you might get to see the endangered Golden Lion Tamarin monkey!
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Departure Time9am on Day 01
What to wearSunglasses, Sunscreen, Long sleeve rash vests, Wide-brimmed hat or baseball cap Flashlight/ Torch/ headlamp, Insect repellent and after bite treatment, Trail/running shoes for hiking, Waterproof sandals or flip flops, Light jacket or fleece Pullover/ jumper – if travelling from May to Sept., Rain gear, Daypack 25l, Swimsuit, Evening wear (sweats or long pants), Sleepwear
Paraty to Jurumirim Beach to Vermelha Beach
Leaving Paraty in sea kayaks, we paddle the south side of the bay.
Stopping at less visited spots like Tapera Fort for the amazing panoramic views.
And the golden sandy beach at Jurumirim.
Paddling point-to-point on the stunning Costa Verde is full of surprises - a beach, an island or an unforgettable view.
Late afternoon we arrived at Vermelha Beach where we spend the night at the Happy Hammock Eco-guesthouse.
Praia Vermelha to Araujo Island to Paraty
Today we explore the other side of the Paraty Bay.
Araujo Island, local Caiçara culture community.
Another beautiful beach on Ventura Island.
And ending with a flourish, we paddle through the magical mangrove, a marine nursery.
Route: 2 days in duration. Day 01: Paraty - South Side of Paraty Bay - Vermelha Beach; Day 02: Vermelha Beach - North side of Paraty Bay - Paraty
Difficulty Level: Medium. We paddle approximately 3-5 hours a day with stops to rest, swim and check out the sights
Included: 01 night accommodation with breakfast, 01 dinner, 02 lunches, all kayak equipment, state-registered Tour Guide with experience in sea kayaking, drinking water.
Not Included: Drinks and personal expenses.
Group size: Minimum of 2 people; Maximum 12 people
Minimum age: For all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult. For families we recommend private tours - contact us for more info.
Accommodation: With bar / restaurant, electric showers, sockets for charging electrical appliances. Bed linen and towels provided. Good cel phone reception/ No Wi-Fi.
What totake: Sunglasses, Sunscreen, Long sleeve rash vests, Wide-brimmed hat or baseball cap, Flashlight/ Torch/ headlamp, Insect repellent and after bite treatment, Trail/running shoes for hiking, Waterproof sandals or flip flops, Light jacket or fleece Pullover/ jumper – if travelling from May to Sept. Rain gear Daypack 25l Swimsuit Evening wear (sweats or long pants) Sleepwear, Cash.
Accredited tour guide specialised in kayaking: With safety and rescue training from the ACA (American Canoe Association).
Route: Subject to changes to ensure the enjoyment and safety of participants. The itinerary will depend on the weather (mainly the wind), sea conditions (tide, swell, currents), and the disposition of the participants!
Postponement and Cancellation Policy: In case of bad weather you can switch to another tour, postpone or cancel.
Covid-19: We follow safety protocols.