Reserva Pataxo da Jaqueira
Reserva Pataxo da Jaqueira
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4.5 of 5 bubbles1,252 reviews
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Amir K
60 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Solo
Meeting the Pataxo and spending some time with them in the forest was an unforgettable experience. Meet the real native people of Brazil is a must for all travelers in Brazil who wish to know more this great land.
Written July 16, 2016
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Orchid S
Paris, France53 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2016 • Solo
Perfect for a glimpse of the native culture and crafts. And of course a great place for handicrafts shopping. Outside and nearby, you have also good shooping area, the 'Local da Primeira Messa' cross, and the sand walk at low tide to the coral reef at sunset...
Written June 22, 2016
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Ivan S
Dongguan, China962 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Couples
Indian village that aims to sell their handicraft for tourists
I think this didn't change a lot for the last 500 hundred years when portuguese explorers arrive to Brazil
it is, however, nice to know their culture and how was Brazilian people before europeans arrive
Written December 21, 2015
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ksquarednyc
New York City233 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Friends
We signed up for this excursion with our hotel, not knowing what to expect. We were the only two people who went that day so we got a real one-on-one experience. Our hotel van dropped us off at the entrance then a young boy silently walked us through the woods (uphill on a muddy path filled with tree roots, therefore the warning about wearing good shoes). At the top we spoke to several other boys and learned about plants and animal traps (another half hour of walking), then we went to a little store to shop for hand-made items they were selling for the same prices as downtown, so it was nicer to buy them here. A woman served us some cooked fish while another boy painted our faces. Since we were the only guests that day, it was very casual and they did not do any of their dances, but I felt we got to see something more authentic.
Written June 3, 2015
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Carlos L
Santa Teresa, ES3 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Family
Very nice place.
We were guided by an indian warrior up a mountain path into their village which is in a plateau like place on top of the mountain
About 30 families live there and we shared their activities
Great place to visit
Written April 25, 2015
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Barry B
Brooklyn, NY21 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Family
We had a great time learning about the Pataxo. A fascinating story and they had so much to share. Their plants and homes and the way they trap animals. We even got to eat some fish that was roasted in leaves, which was delicious. Our son had his face painted and we danced with them. We all had a great day here and recommend it for families.
Written April 18, 2015
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Vanessa P
Calgary, Canada1,452 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2013 • Family
They called it Pataxo Shopping. a mixing of Pataxo indian community with shopping mall. I bought a beautiful panache. You also can learn a little about the local history. Near by the have a catholic cross where is well know to be the place where the Portuguese people arrived for the first time in Brazil. Also the place where the first mass was realized. Brazil is the biggest Catholic country in the world.
Written September 7, 2014
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Nayara Sampaio
Indaiatuba, SP251 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Family
I went and came back with my mother via Uber. I recommend arriving early, around 09:15-09:30. We paid R$75.00 per person. This amount helps the Pataxós in maintaining their activities. You need to take a small trail to get to the village, but one of them accompanies us. The total tour lasts around 3 hours. Initially there is a very interesting talk with one of the founders and then one of the reserve members accompanies us to visit various areas within the village. There is a moment where you can taste some preparations such as teas, puba flour and fish baked in paioba leaves. It is possible to do face painting if you are interested. There is also a moment where we see a performance with dancing and singing. They sell various craft items (payment by pix, cash or card machine) and also flour and cake. There is Wi-Fi in the reservation, so I had no problem ordering an Uber on the way back. It is important to mention that despite being close to the highway, the road that gets there is dirt.
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Written January 31, 2024
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Rodrigohacks
Rio de Janeiro, RJ18 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Family
Best attraction in Porto Seguro!!!!! I've already visited a similar reserve in Amazonia, but the experience I had in Jaqueira was the best due to the lecture and historical explanations given by Oiti Pataxó and the chief's son. We loved visiting their school too!!!!
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Written January 28, 2024
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Gisele V
7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Family

Getting to know the Brazilian culture up close that we saw in books and school was incredible!
They are super receptive and the place is very interesting with a wonderful energy.
There are options for shopping for handicrafts and medicines made by the Indians. Mint Oil is sensational! Don't stop buying.
We had the privilege of attending a wedding they held for a tourist couple who were in our group. It was beautiful and very enjoyable to watch. A unique experience!
I want to have the opportunity to go back, for sure!
Google
Written December 8, 2023
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