Kayak crossing in Paraty X Camburi
Highlights of Kayak Crossing Paraty x Camburi 05 days
✔️ Come and connect with nature on a 5-day Kayak Expedition
✔️ Paddle the dreaded Ponta do Juatinga, known as Cabo Horn do Brasil.
✔️ A row on the most beautiful coast of Costa Verde, and of Brazil.
✔️ Experience the Caiçara culture still strong in the communities of Mamanguá, Cajaiba, Ponta Negra and Sono.
✔️ Beautiful beaches, waterfalls hidden off the beaten ground.
✔️ Ocean kayaks (single and double, with rudder).
✔️ Local and experienced tour guide and Trip Leaders trained by the ACA (American Canoe Association).
📃 Description and information of the Kayak Crossing Paraty x Camburi
In this 05-day guided tour, we will row from Paraty to Camburi in the municipality of Ubatuba. A challenging course of approximately 100km, not suitable for beginners. This expedition is for rowers with experience in the open sea, trained in assisted rescue and used to paddling in the Surf Zone.
Leaving Jabaquara Beach in Paraty we will row the protected waters of the bay of Paraty to the famous Saco do Mamanguá, where we spent 02 nights. On these days we will have the opportunity to review the rescue techniques before catching the rough seas. On the third day, following the coast of the Juatinga peninsula, we will arrive at the Pouso de Cajaiba community. From there, the next day, if Mae Natureza allows, we will pass the tip of Juatinga to catch the open sea. If everything goes well, we will arrive in Ponta Negra or Praia do Sono at the end of the day. In the final stretch, we row to Camburi Beach where we finish the crossing.
In one of his interviews, adventurer Amyr Klink even commented:
“I think Joatinga is more dangerous than Cabo Horn itself”.
It may be an exaggeration, but certainly Ponta da Joatinga (or Juatinga) needs to be looked at with respect, local knowledge and rigorous planning.
On this root expedition we will spend the nights camping (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 enjoyed the excellent Caiçara cuisine – seafood, rice, beans, manioc flour and salad – while thinking about the next day’s paddling.
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Departure TimeTime to be agreed
What to wearLight clothes, hat / cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, mosquito repellent, raincoat, extra clothes for sleeping. we supply watertight bags
Leaving Paraty in ocean kayaks, we paddle the south side of the bay.
Arriving at the entrance to Saco do Mamanguá.
Praia do Cruzeiro where we slept 2 nights.
Pão de Açucar do Mamanguá
Mangrove of Rio Grande.
Arriving by Kayak in Pouso de Cajaiba
Next stop: Vila Caiçara - Ponta Negra
Open sea to Camburi beach (Ubatuba)
Route: 5 Days duration. Plan A:
Day 01: Paraty x Mamanguá
Day 02: Mamanguá
Day 03: Mamanguá x Pouso da Cajaíba.
Day 04: Landing of Cajaíba x Ponta Negra
Day 05: Ponta Negra x 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: Campings with basic structure. In some places we will have electric showers, sockets to charge electrical appliances. It does not have Wi-Fi.
Equipment: We supply all kayak equipment - individual ocean kayak or double ocean kayak (86cm x 47cm cockpits), paddles (imported), vests (mandatory use), skirts, waterproof bags (2 x 30l per person). * Discount for those who bring their own kayak.
What to bring: Tent or hammock to sleep, sleeping bag. Water - Minimum 1.5L per day, Sunscreen, Hat or cap, Sunglasses, Swimwear; Dry clothes and towel (sarong); Nécessaire (soap, shampoo); head lamp; repellent; evening clothes (long pants and long sleeves recommended); raincoat or coat; flip flops; track shoes or shoes; blouse / sweatshirt; Cash.
Accredited tour guide specialized in kayaking: With safety and rescue training by the ACA (American Canoe Association).
Roadmap: Subject to changes to ensure fun and safety for participants. The itinerary will depend on the weather (mainly the wind), sea conditions (tide, waves, currents), and the disposition of the participants.
Covid-19: We follow security protocols.