Kayak Camping Expedition
Kayak Camping Expedition
Highlights of the Kayak Camping Expedition (05 days)
✔️The classic multiday Sea Kayak trip on Brazil’s stunning Costa Verde, the most beautiful coast of Brazil.
✔️Beautiful beaches, tropical islands, magical mangroves and waterfalls hidden off the beaten track.
✔️The panoramic view from the Mamanguá Sugarloaf peak.
✔️The Caiçara Culture of the remote, local fishing communities – everyday life, handicrafts and delicious seafood.
✔️ Camping on remote golden sandy beaches.
✔️ Top quality Sea Kayaks (singles and doubles available, with rudders).
✔️ Experienced local Trip Leaders with American Canoe Association (ACA) training
📃 Kayak Camping Expedition description and information
On this 05-day Kayak Camping Expedition, we paddle from Paraty to Camburi in the neighbouring municipality of Ubatuba. A challenging expedition of approximately 100km, this expedition is not suitable for beginners. This trip is for paddlers with experience of open water conditions, trained in assisted rescue and used to paddling in the Surf Zone.
Leaving Pontal Beach in Paraty we paddle the protected waters of the bay of Paraty to the famous Saco do Mamanguá, where we spend 02 nights. On these days we have time to review and practice rescue techniques before venturing out into rougher seas. On the third day, following the coast of the Juatinga peninsula, we arrive at Pouso de Cajaiba village. From this point, providing Mother Nature allows us, we will pass the Juatinga point and head into open sea. If everything goes well, we arrive in Ponta Negra village or Sono beach at the end of the day. In the final stretch, we paddle to Camburi Beach where the expedition finishes.
In one of his interviews, the Brazilian adventurer and transatlantic rower, Amyr Klink has commented:
“I think Joatinga is more dangerous than the Cape Horn itself”.
It may be an exaggeration, but certainly Ponta da Joatinga (or Juatinga) needs to be approached with respect, local knowledge and rigorous planning.
On this roots camping expedition we will spend the nights in tents (or sleeping in hammocks!) on the beautiful beaches of the region. Each day we start very early, preferably at sunrise, to be able to guarantee the day’s mileage in the best possible sea conditions. In the evening, we enjoy the excellent Caiçara cuisine – seafood, rice, beans, manioc flour and salad – while going over the next day’s paddling plans.
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Horário9am on Day 01
O que vestirSunglasses, 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
DAY 01 PARATY TO MAMANGUA
Leaving Paraty in sea kayaks, we paddle the south side of the bay.
Arriving at the entrance to Saco do Mamanguá.
Cruzeiro Beach where we spend 2 nights.
Panoramic Views from the Mamanguá Sugarloaf peak
Mangrove in Mamangua.
Arriving by Kayak in Praia Grande da Cajaiba
Next stop: Local Caiçara village - Ponta Negra
Open water to Camburi beach
Route: 5 Day itinerary. Plan A (subject to weather and sea conditions):
Day 01: Paraty to Mamanguá
Day 02: Mamanguá
Day 03: Mamanguá to Praia Grande da Cajaíba.
Day 04: Praia Grande da Cajaíba to Ponta Negra
Day 05: Ponta Negra to Camburi
Difficulty Level: Challenging. We paddle approximately 4-6 hours a day.
Not Included: Drinks and personal expenses.
Group size: Minimum of 4 people; Maximum 12 people
Minimum age: 18 years or more.
Accommodation: Camping sites with basic structure. In some places we will have electric showers, sockets to charge electrical appliances. Cel phone coverage good, little/no Wi-Fi.
Equipment: We provide all kayak equipment - individual or double sea kayaks (86cm x 47cm cockpits), paddles (imported), lifejackets (mandatory use), spraydecks/ skirts, waterproof bags (2 x 30l per person). Discounts for those who bring their own kayak.
What to bring: Tent or sleeping hammock, sleeping bag. 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 American Canoe Association (ACA).
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!
Covid-19: We follow safety protocols.