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I went to this agency looking for a transfer to fortaleza. I actually did all the agencies in town the same day. And this was this only one i received a warm welcoming. The girl talked in fluent english and was really trying to help...More
We had fantastic tour with amazing landscapes and we did all the "scheduled" stops (sea horses, dunes, lake with lunch). If you like nature and if you are not expecting too much, do the sea horses. We enjoyed it. Lunch was grilled fish and shell...More
The tour is mostly along windswept empty beaches, fine sand dunes and fresh water lakes nestled between the dunes . People are generally friendly. Nature has been beautifully preserved for the locals and the few tourists to enjoy. Because it is very windy during the...More
Tatajuba is my favorite day trip in Ceara and has some of the most spectacular scenery in northeastern Brazil. Is often overlooked by visitors to Jericoacoara and a horrible mistake. Mostly because the buggy drivers would rather take you some place closer to Jeri and...More
We took the buggy excursion to visit Tatajuba during our recent 7 night visit to Jericoacoara. A very lovely experience, Scenic and beautiful, we got to visit many great places during the ride. Highly recommended!
This trip was outstanding as we had a great guide (Luciano with the pink buggy) arranged by Jeri Viagens Off Road (Jeriviagens.com.br) We careened across the beaches, did an unusual ferry crossing with the buggies, visited a seahorse breeding farm (not exciting, but educating), flew...More
Ok, so maybe I'm partial to sand dunes, and to kilometers and kilometers of deserted coastline, but I thought the trip was great! It's nice that you only share the buggy with up to 4 people. You first stop at a seahorse conservatory, which I...More
A nice trip. But just nice. If you are that kind of traveller that MUST visit every place, this one is not a bad trip. But it surely is worse than just staying at Jericoacoara and spending a whole day at the beach. Tatajuba's beach...More