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Piscinas Naturais de Pajucara

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Piscinas Naturais de Pajucara

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Maragogi Beach - The Brazilian Caribbean. <br><br>Known for natural beauties and crystal clear waters.<br><br>Natural pools on the high seas (available for you to buy the catamaran ride, not included)<br><br>Maragogi is located in the state of Alagoas, distant 135Km north of Maceió about 2 hours by car. Known for natural beauties and crystal clear waters. The Point of Support will be in a Restaurant,<br><br>If you are interested, you can buy the Catamaran (not included) trip to the Natural Pools that will be done through a Catamaran or schooner where there will be navigation for 4 km of the coast towards the sea and stop for bath in the natural pools that will be formed in the low tide.
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Mathieu A wrote a review Feb 2019
Maceio, AL9 contributions
fun experience to stand in the middle of the natural pools and to feed the small fishes while tasting some local specialities or listening to music, chill effect guaranteed.
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Date of experience: December 2018
TrasgoCochabamba wrote a review Sep 2016
Cochabamba, Bolivia61 contributions29 helpful votes
Little sail boats leave regularly from Pajucara beach and take you about a mile out to a sand back at low tide. Several other sail boats station there with drinks and food. The trip goes for about 30 Reales and last up to 2 hrs depending on who you are with and your "capitan". It is best to go at the lowest tide so check out tide times online before going. The best part for us was getting there and being able to see lots of fancy colored fish at very low depth... Negotiate in advance with the operators so that they can rent you a mask and snorkel... if you stay away from the crowd you will have incredible views. Very worth it for the cost and time. No advance reservations needed... simply go and negotiate onsite.
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Date of experience: August 2016
Ronald G wrote a review Jul 2016
New York City, New York62 contributions8 helpful votes
At low tide little flat sailing boats called jangadas will take you out to a sandbank way off the beach. The trip there is arguably the best part as the jangadeiro pushes you out to where the wind hits and then you sail to the pools area. Calling his a pool is a bit of a misnomer because it really is sandbank that is roped of by the boats. In between is a nice very area for hanging out though swimming is hard in the shallow water. There was a large school of zebra fish at one end but not much else to see. But the whole scene was kind of a party, with some of the boats selling drinks and even food. This wasn't what you would expect when you hear "natural pools" but it was really fun and the organization and cooperation between the boat people and the people who organized them on site as well as the food and beverage department was a wonder to behold.
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Date of experience: July 2016