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Ponta de Pedras Beach, Santarem

(4.8/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
In unusual and striking shapes, the large rocks that give Ponta de Pedras Beach its name dot the soft, bright-white sand, and you can climb them for amazing panoramic views of Rio Tapajós and the rainforest. Place an order at one of the stalls, and while you wait, you can go for a swim in the warm, crystal-clear, and incredibly clean river. Back on the beach, delicious fried fish in hand, just sit back and relax in this little piece of paradise. Before you head to Santarem, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Santarem trip builder, to make sure you see all that Santarem has to offer, including Ponta de Pedras Beach.
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  • Beautiful beach of considerable length, in the middle of the Tapajós. Thin white sand, indíssimo scenario, to get lost in the pictures ... Got rocks on the beach, that looks like sea rock!!! Gorgeous even! Structure of stalls for snacks and lunch. Parking lot. Well organized! If you have hosted in Santarém, hire a car and go. Not worth hiring boat trip out of love island. About 20 km from Santarém, these 10 are on dirt road. But there's no bigger problems to come. There you can hire a boat trip to the Black Lake, arguably the most beautiful place in the Stop and one of the most beautiful places of Brazil. After you pull the boat on a sand bank, you will reach the Lake, which black has nothing! Crystal clear water ... You can see all the background and the fish at the entrance of the pale white sand Lake! Liiindo! Tip: Arriving in Ponta das Pedras, hire a boat trip to the Black Lake, with the Milanese, very cordial and attentive. He is in the tent near the exit from the parking lot to the beach.
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  • Farthest Beach, however pleasant. The beach contains many rocks and the view is quite nice. I think you can be more preserved, because the dirt of the visitors a little disrupted the environment
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  • The place is amazing. One of the most beautiful beaches in the region. Despite having village residents, the site is preserved and there is direct contact with the forest. The Tapajós River is fantastic. The stones that expose themselves out of the water are the charm of the place. There are kiosks with food and drink. Good prices for those who are in the middle of the Amazon.
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