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Praia do Pesqueiro, Soure
(4.6/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web)
Soft sand, mix of river and sea water, freshly baked treats right on the beach, a buffalo ride are some of the highlights of Praia do Pesqueiro at the bank of the Amazon delta. The beach is long and stretches as far as the eye can see. Find a stall, “barraca”, with table and chairs, and try a seafood dish such a giant crab or fish "muqueca" (fish stew). Use our Ilha do Marajo travel itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Praia do Pesqueiro and other attractions in Ilha do Marajo.
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  • Beach with clean sands and clear, beautiful landscape, certain precautions must be taken at bath time because there is a large presence of Manta Rays; freshwater Beach, but with a slight influence from the sea.
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  • This was a great day on the beach, you have everything, great food and drink what is delivered to your seat. A delicious large beach, not too crowded (because out of season). The sea has a lovely temperature! Beware of rays, itself not seen, but was warned. You might even be able to make a ride on a Buffalo. I found this a bit pathetic and had already done this, so save prefer it over. At the time we went, there were more animals than people. Goats, cows, 1 Buffalo, vultures. Also you could in an indoor cottage on stilts including hammock and relax chairs. A real winner. You speak besides in advance with the motor taxi, what time you want to retrieve.
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  • Nothing exceptional, who lives in Rio de Janeiro. Worth getting to know. Dark water, sand, too. The restaurants overlook the spending.
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