8 destinations you need to know in Pará.

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The state of Pará has an ecosystem rich in natural beauty and, being surrounded by the Amazon rainforest, presents itself with a strong appeal for the development of local tourism. The municipalities of Pará are highly sought after by several people every year. RBarcos will present you some of the destinations you need to know on board one of our boats.

Bragança

Located 210 km from Belém, the city of Bragança is one of the cities most sought after by tourists throughout the year, especially during holidays. The place has beautiful ocean beaches, for those who want to enjoy at any time of the year and a beautiful historic site made up of countless houses with Portuguese architecture.

Located 210 km from Belém, the city of Bragança is one of the cities most sought after by tourists throughout the year, especially during holidays. The place has beautiful ocean beaches, for those who want to enjoy at any time of the year and a beautiful historic site made up of countless houses with Portuguese architecture.
Source: Expedição Pará | Praia de Ajuruteua – Bragança

Algodoal

Located 340 km from Belém, on the island of Maiandeua in the municipality of Maracanã, the village preserves the culture of the fishermen who started to inhabit the island. Masonry constructions typical of the riverside can be seen throughout the village, the climate is calm and the beaches are extensive and deserted.

Located 340 km from Belém, on the island of Maiandeua in the municipality of Maracanã, the village preserves the culture of the fishermen who started to inhabit the island. Masonry constructions typical of the riverside can be seen throughout the village, the climate is calm and the beaches are extensive and deserted.
Source: Estradas e Caminhos | Ilha de Maiandeua – Algodoal

Salinópolis

Also called Salinas, its main attractions are the beautiful beaches that reserve tranquil settings for those who want to relax.

Also called Salinas, its main attractions are the beautiful beaches that reserve tranquil settings for those who want to relax.
Source: Coisas de Praias | Salinópolis – Pará

Alter do Chão

The village of Alter do Chão is known for its beautiful white sand beaches and green waters that emerge in the low months of the Tapajós River, and is located in the middle of the Amazon rainforest, with numerous possibilities for trips to streams, lakes, riverside communities and to FLONA (Tapajós National Forest) with numerous trails for lookouts, ancient trees and strategic points for animal observation.

The village of Alter do Chão is known for its beautiful white sand beaches and green waters that emerge in the low months of the Tapajós River, and is located in the middle of the Amazon rainforest, with numerous possibilities for trips to streams, lakes, riverside communities and to FLONA (Tapajós National Forest) with numerous trails for lookouts, ancient trees and strategic points for animal observation.
Source: Aos4Ventos | Alter do Chão – Pará

happy mountain

The municipality is located on the left bank of the Amazon River and is bathed by the Gurupatuba River. The city is evident in the history of the Amazon due to the archaeological potential it has with rock art of more than 10,000 years old. Altogether, 19 archaeological sites located in the Monte Alegre State Park (PEMA) and dozens of waterfalls are cataloged.

The municipality is located on the left bank of the Amazon River and is bathed by the Gurupatuba River. The city is evident in the history of the Amazon due to the archaeological potential it has with rock art of more than 10,000 years old. Altogether, 19 archaeological sites located in the Monte Alegre State Park (PEMA) and dozens of waterfalls are cataloged.
Source: Amazônia.org | Parque Estadual Monte Alegre  (PEMA)

Afuá

The small municipality is located in the extreme north of the island of Marajó and has a very different characteristic that attracts visitors to the destination: its streets and houses built on stilts, becoming known as the Amazonian Venice.

The small municipality is located in the extreme north of the island of Marajó and has a very different characteristic that attracts visitors to the destination: its streets and houses built on stilts, becoming known as the Amazonian Venice.
Source: OiMenu | Afuá – Pará

Marajó Island

It is the largest river island in the world and houses some archaeological sites where several ceramics and fossils from the Mararajo civilization are found, serving as a reference for research on the cultures of the region before the arrival of the Portuguese. Bathed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Amazon and Tocantins rivers, Marajó has practically unexplored beaches.

It is the largest river island in the world and houses some archaeological sites where several ceramics and fossils from the Mararajo civilization are found, serving as a reference for research on the cultures of the region before the arrival of the Portuguese. Bathed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Amazon and Tocantins rivers, Marajó has practically unexplored beaches.
Source: Viagem e Turismo | Ilha de Marajó

Igarapé-Açu

About 100 km from Belém, the city of Igarapé-Açu stands out for the igarapés. According to tourists, the most beautiful attraction in the region is the Blue Lagoon, which delights everyone with its clear and crystalline waters, surrounded by forest.

For this reason, the state of Pará is, certainly, a destination that must be visited due to its innumerable beauties and cultural diversities. It is a destination for those who want to explore the best of the Brazilian Amazon.
Source: Mapio.net | Lagoa Azul – Igarapé Açú

For this reason, the state of Pará is, certainly, a destination that must be visited due to its innumerable beauties and cultural diversities. It is a destination for those who want to explore the best of the Brazilian Amazon. Access our platform and check our nautical packages or rent one of our boats. RBarcos simplifies!

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