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Hotel Nannai Muro Alto Beach Resort, Porto de Galinhas, Recife - Pernambuco

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Excursions in Recife


Caruaru and Nova Jerusalem

Caruaru and Nova Jerusalem

Traditional earthenware sculptures, creations of rope and leather craft, are the beauties of Pernambuco’s Agreste Highlands. These crafts have been a part of local customs for many years. The regional market town of Caruaru, 130 km inland from Recife, has been recognized by UNESCO as the largest centre for figure sculpture in the Americas. The craft market is certainly an unforgettable highlight of the tour. These clay figures, a legacy of the great folk artist Mestre Vitalino, make unique souvenirs to take back from your trip. After Caruaru, we’ll visit Nova Jerusalém, the world’s largest open-air theatre, where Christ’s Passion is performed every year during Easter Week.



Jeep Safari

Jeep Safari

You’ll visit the lovely waterfalls of Primavera town, in the southern sugarcane planting region of Pernambuco. You’ll take a Toyota Jeep, one of the most popular local passenger transport vehicles, on a trip following tracks through the beautiful sugarcane fields. We’ll stop to visit a traditional manioc mill and enjoy sugarcane juice before swimming in the waterfalls. A traditional lunch will be served nearby.



Porto de Galinhas

Porto de Galinhas

Imagine crystal-clear waters of scintillating blue with colored fish among other beautiful marine species and vast coconut groves patterning the beach of Porto de Galinhas, a striking idyllic symbol of natural beauty with the peacefulness of a genuine fishing village. What was once the 19th century underground slave trade port of Porto de Galinhas has become one of today’s most appealing Brazilian beach resorts. You can take optional Jangada (traditional fishing raft) tours through the reef pools if the tide is right and buggy trips to the beaches of Pontal de Maracaípe and Muro Alto.



Igarasu and Itamaraca

Igarasu and Itamaraca

One of Brazil’s earliest colonial towns, Igarrassu is the location of the church Igreja de Santos Cosme e Damião. Built in 1535, it’s considered to be the oldest church in Brazil. An exotic coastal island with 84 square kilometers of nature, history and beauty, Itamaracá is a favorite water sport location. You’re free to indulge in a range of optional activities. There’s also Forte Orange, built by the Dutch in the 17th century and the Marine Manatee Centre, a research and conservation centre for one of the most precious endangered species found on the coast of Northeast Brazil. For your pleasure and enjoyment, your tour also includes a catamaran trip to Coroa do Avião, a paradisiacal sand bar and observation point for migratory birds.



Recife and Olinda City Tour

Recife and Olinda City Tour

The tour begins with a panorama of Recife, including the three sectors making up the city centre: Recife, Santo Antônio and Boa Vista. You’ll see the bridge of Maurício de Nassau, Praça da República (flanked by the Governor’s Palace, Santa Isabel Theatre and the Law Courts) and the Casa da Cultura, a fine building dating back to the 19th century. Originally a prison, today this building is a centre for regional culture, with craft stores and local delicacies for you to indulge in. In Olinda, we’ll visit Alto da Sé, with the churches of Sé and Misericórdia, where you’ll have a breathtaking view of the twin cities, where in Carnival, joyful revelers will parade down the streets, following after traditional giant puppets like the Homem da Meia-noite (“Midnight Man”) or they’ll join in with the town’s colorful carnival troupes such as Pitombeira dos Quatro Cantos and Elefante. Olinda has been declared a World Natural and Cultural Heritage Monument by UNESCO.