Beautiful beaches and beautiful sunsets, good diving, and people. If you go to Brazil this is not to be missed. You are advised not to come in the high season (January and/or February). These two months are too full of tourists, but the rest of the year is a great time too.
Cabo Frio is a more touristy area in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It's in the south, beginning part of the peninsula called Búzios. The characteristics here are fine white sand beaches without any mica, which means you can walk on it without burning your feet. Its turquoise waters make this paradise a reality. Among its most popular beaches are Praia do Faro, and Praia do Forte. To go exploring, the locals advise you to go all around Arraial do Cabo and visit the stunning Blue Grotto.
One of the excursions we were advised when we were in Belem, at the mouth of the Amazon River, is the tour before dawn to Belem Bay, visiting the island of Marajó, bigger than Switzerland with its 50,000 km2, full of creeks. At 4:30am you arrive in a small boat to the island of parrots, the captain turned off the engine and 5 aM, start listening to and gradually waking up over 5,000 parrots that inhabit it, they begin to fly in huge flocks in search of breakfast, almost completely covering the sky with their cries of good morning. Besides parrots, saw lots of birds, such as herons and hawks, and river species are also plentiful
The Green House Restaurant is without doubt the best restaurant in the region of Canavieiras. In the pictures you can see the wonderful chocolate mousse with berries and rice shrimp with pineapple and coconut milk ... It is situated in the historic city center, an area full of bars and restaurants, in a house which dates back to the year 1860. Canavieiras was the first river port for sending the cacao to other places within Brazil. The nearest airports are those of Ilheus (100km) and Comandatuba (34km), but getting a flight at the latter is very difficult.