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Kayaking Adventure in Paraty
"Meet your guide early in the morning in Jabaquara beach and get ready for this adventure!After safety instruction on the beach from 9am you will paddle with your guide to islands and beaches in the bay of Paraty in double kayaks. You'll have a 30 minute break at our first stop at Sapeca Island with time for snorkeling and swimming in the warm waters of the bay. After another 10 m past more islands you arrive at Rosa Beach for more swimming. Here you will also eat some fruits and snacks (included).We paddle back to the starting point on a different route tide permitting passing through a Mangrove full of wildlife. You arrive back to the starting point at about 1pm.""""Kayak the warm
From $55.00
 
Paraty City Sightseeing Tour
"After your guide picks you up at your hotel in Paraty embark on a 2-hour sightseeing tour of the colonial city with your small group. Your guide will point out the town's preserved 18th-century architecture which together forms a National Historic Monument in Brazil. Be sure to keep your camera at the ready for fantastic photo opportunities while you stroll along the cobblestone in the historic city center which provides pedestrian-only access. Head to the Casa da Cultura (House of Culture) a colonial mansion housing a permanent exhibit that documents the local culture through photos and video. You’ll have great views of the town from this museum which also holds replica displays of Paraty’s past. Hear legends of the gold and coffee trade as your guide explains Paraty’s history during the last few centuries. Discover the city's unique position in exporting gold to Rio de Janeiro and beyond along 200-km) Gold Trail.Visit Baroque churches such as the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary
From $107.00
 
Paraty City Sightseeing Tour
"After your guide picks you up at your hotel in Paraty embark on a 2-hour sightseeing tour of the colonial city with your small group. Your guide will point out the town's preserved 18th-century architecture which together forms a National Historic Monument in Brazil. Be sure to keep your camera at the ready for fantastic photo opportunities while you stroll along the cobblestone in the historic city center which provides pedestrian-only access. Head to the Casa da Cultura (House of Culture) a colonial mansion housing a permanent exhibit that documents the local culture through photos and video. You’ll have great views of the town from this museum which also holds replica displays of Paraty’s past. Hear legends of the gold and coffee trade as your guide explains Paraty’s history during the last few centuries. Discover the city's unique position in exporting gold to Rio de Janeiro and beyond along 200-km) Gold Trail.Visit Baroque churches such as the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary
From $107.00

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Boat Tour though the Paraty Bay

The Paraty Bay, with its still wild beaches and islands, is one of the most beautiful places in the Brazilian coastline. Its clear and calm waters, full of colorful fishes are an invitation for a good...
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Life's a Beach!

The best beach in Paraty is Trindade Beach. It's a very, very long beach, but still was pretty crowded when I went (New Year's Day). But the sand is very nice, and it's pretty nice to swim in. The...
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Churches

- Igreja NS Das Dore:Built by merciful ladies in 1800 and dedicated to the Saint of Passion.- Ingeja De Santa Rita:Built in 1722 for the free slaves with the characteristics of Baroque Rococo notably...
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COLONIAL CARRIAGE (and more resons for a visit..)

When you arrive in Paraty,take a relaxing ride in the historical center in a colonial carriage!You have many reasons to visit Paraty:1.It's a travel thru 400 years of Brazil's history2.Beautiful...
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PARATY HISTORICAL CENTER

The historical center is where you can see the remains of the colonial period.Cars are not permited in this area.There you can see how the city was part of the GOLD ROUTE during the colonial time.It...
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check out the church

This is a small town, so walking is the best way to see everything. The little chapel is Portuguese looking with its bell-shaped facade, simple design and mustard colored trim. It's cute!
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Walk around Town

And take in the wonderfully romantic architecture. Make sure you don't come alone!! It is too romantic not to share it!
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Trinidad Beach

About a 40 minute bus ride from Parati, Trinidad has four very nice beaches. Its a relaxing place to drink your Caipirinha.
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Cultural House (The Casa da Cultura)

In the edge of the old town, there is the cultural center that showcases South American Indian history.
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Praia do Pontal

Closest to the town or Paraty one can find the Pontal Beach. It is a small sandy beach that also offers a number of beach cafes and bars. Here one can relax and yet be close to the colonial town.
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Igreja S. Dores

Close to the Bay of Paraty one can find the Church St. Dores. Built by the merciful ladies in 1800 it is dedicated to the saint of passion. It consists of some marvelous internal balconies.
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Quartel da Patitiba

Located adjacent to the Santa Rita Plaza right next to the church of the same name it used to be the jail of Parati until 1880. Today it houses the "Fabio Vallaboim" Public Library.
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Casa da Cultura

Used as a public school until the end of the last century it is the home of the Cultural House today, where expositions and other events are held.
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Drink a frozen coconut´s water

After a long day, go to the Pontal beach and ask for a frozen coconut at the SUI GENERIS kiosk appreciating the setting of the sun.
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Top Hotels in Parati

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Rua Ten.Francisco Antonio S/N, Centro Historico, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, 23970, Brazil
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Largo do Rosario, 01, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Rua 5, no. 13, Portal de Parati, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, 23970-000, Brazil
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Rua Da Floresta 301, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, 23970-000, Brazil
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Rua Marechal Deodoro, 100, 23970-000
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Rua Glauber Rocha, no. 9, Portal das Artes, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, 23.970-000, Brazil
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"PARATY"
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"Paraty - An Oasis of History and Charm"
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"CHARMING PARATI"
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"Parati - Great Colonial Relic"
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"Parati - not just a sleepy seaside town"
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