Hotel Villa Terra Viva

Rua do Forro s/n, Jericoacoara, State of Ceara, 62598-000, Brazil
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Travel Tips for Jericoacoara

life is simple....

by DrLeoLocke

There, we have a simple life...sand streets, cows walking everywhere...it seems to be that progress don´t want to be there...it´s a nature way of life. But don´t be missunderstood..we have confort there....

Paseos a caballo

by Fla

Los paseos a caballo pueden ser contratados a través de las diversas 'pousadas' de Jeri, que ofrecen paquetes y varias opciones de paseos, algunos de hasta dos días recorriendo la región. Ropa cómoda y pantalones largos, para protegernos las piernas.

Sunsets in Jeri

by firelennon

During sunsets lots of people go to the beach, to play or to watch the sunset. Depending on the time you year, you might see some really colorful sunsets, and meet some interesting people on vacation from all over the world.

Walk on the beach

by ludogatto

If yuo have time it's nice to walk on the big beach, you can pass Duna por do Sol where all the tourist went at the evening to see the sundown from the big dune, then there are several jangadas ( fisherman boat) on the beach that is like a freeway for the buggy...but the scenary is great...take water and sun creem with you!

The village of Jericoacoara

by pure1942

The village of Jeri is such a unique and unusual place. There are no real roads, just sandy tracks and the only traffic is from beach buggies, the odd 4X4 and motorcycle (slipping and sliding their way down the tracks.) There is little or no street lighting and whatever light that is present is only provided by generators. Jeri is not connected to the national electricity grid due to its' isolated location.
There are six or seven 'streets' which lead down to the beach and smaller sandy alleys link these arteries. Along these streets are quaint restaurants, bars and shops. The shops cater for everything from souvenirs, to local crafts to paintings and Hand crafted art.
The bars are quiet during the day but come to life at night especially at the weekends where the nightlife is great especially down by the beach and through the central streets of the village.
Walking the streets is half the experience of Jeri, there is nowhere quite like it in the world and to just experience the village by walking around the sandy streets is unforgettable in itself.

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