Nacional Park of Restinga de Jurubatiba, Macae

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Nacional Park of Restinga de Jurubatiba features approximately 44 kilometers (27 mi) of beaches and includes 18 coastal lakes of great ecological importance. Considered one of the chief natural treasures of Brazil, the park is a haven for many species of native plant and animal life, many of which are at risk of extinction. This is also one of three Brazilian national parks where you can observe how environmental preservation works with sustainable development. A small community of traditional fishermen has been authorized to continue fishing some lakes in the park as a way of sustainably continuing their age-old lifestyle. Be sure to stop by the visitor center, where you can learn about the history of the park and its important environmental role. See Nacional Park of Restinga de Jurubatiba and all Macae has to offer by arranging your trip with our Macae trip itinerary tool .
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  • The place is beautiful but very desert, but if they are accompanied with no problem. Be sure to visit the lagoon.
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  • I was surprised by the beauty of this park, despite being well abandoned. The entrance to the Park in Macaé has a vigilant and to get there, we pass in the middle of a needy community. The access road is pretty bad with pockmarked and unpaved. Do not be alarmed because the path is ugly, but the final destination is worth it. After passing through the entrance, a few more meters ahead the asphalt ends where there is an abandoned building (perhaps it would be a visitors center). After arriving at this point there is a warm water pond in tom Brown due to rich vegetation. The right side is a sea raging well, with strong waves and coarse sand. The man is not to get into this area of sea, there is pretty bad on the internet historical. We enjoyed a lot the pond, wet your feet in the sea and contemplate the coastal green expanse that stretches from Macae to Quissamã.
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  • Huge reserve, I always go for Macaé, in the lagomar, and Carapebús, has a portal to access by lagomar, great for children and place little explored yet, too bad the guys leave much garbage on the sand, I think you should have better supervision.
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