Best Luxury Jericoacoara Brazil Hotels

Looking for the best luxury Jericoacoara Brazil hotels? Jericoacoara, or Jeri for short, is the most adventurous beach town in Brazil, and the base for all kinds of dune and ocean-based fun. The coast around Jeri is home to top-class kite-surfing, decent surf, buggies and quad-bike trips around the dunes and lagoons, sand-boarding horse-rides along empty stretches of sand, and epic 4×4 journeys by beach along Brazil’s fabulous north-east coastline. Jeri is great for those who love adventure – dunes, sea, sun, sand, scenery, and sunsets.

Jeri is only accessible by 4×4 vehicles, dune buggies, and really ambitious motorbikes. Why? Because it is completely surrounded by sand dunes and the sea. Normal cars can’t handle the terrain and would end up deserted in the desert if they tried. Due to this wonderful seclusion, the town is extremely safe. Keep reading to find out about wonderful Jeri, and the best luxury Jericoacoara Brazil hotels. Visit the most amazing beaches in Brazil here, or on Pinterest.

Jericoacoara Weather – When to Visit

Jericoacoara is a tropical destination with year-round air temperature of about 86ºF, and sea water temperatures averaqing 73-75ºF. From August to November Jericoacoara is filled by tourists in search of of wind and adventure sports. Windsurfers and kite surfers head to Jeri this time of year because of the unbelievably consistent and strong winds. In short, there is no bad time to go to Jeri but from July to December is recommended since it is less likely to rain. If you’re looking for a combination of weather and good prices, head to Jeri between September and November.

Best Jericoacoara Brazil Area Beaches

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Jericoacoara Beach

Here you’ll find a mix of Brazillian and european tourists with some local natives from Jericoacoara. Very laid back and open lifestyle with a lot of happy people. Don’t get surprised when you see a donkey, cow or dogs on the beach! The beach is great for swimming, wave surfing, windsurfing and you see many kite surfers at the end of the day, who are ending there down winders. Book your private Full Tours in Jericoacoara here.

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Mangue Seco Beach

A visit to the Mangue Seco Beach stays in the mind long after you return home. There are a number of swings plus wooden ladders leading to viewing platforms in the trees. Enjoy the natural, rustic look and feel of this place. The partially sunken forest has formed a natural pool of tranquility with a frothing sea at its perimeter. Book your Private Buggy Tour of Mangue Seco here.

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Malhada Beach

It’s usually you, the wind, sand, the sea and very few people around. No bars at this beach. The only music comes from the waves and the wind. There’s nowhere to hide from the sun, so if you want to spend some time here, take a hat and make sure you have enough sunscreen or take your own umbrella.

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Tatajuba Beach

Tatajuba boasts a magical freshwater lagoon where you can take a raft ride; have fun on a water slide; practice SUP or simply relax in your nets inside the water. For dining, the restaurants offer great dishes and portions with fresh fish at relatively high prices for the region. Book your Private Buggy Tour to Tatajuba Beach here.

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Lagoa Azul & Paradise Lagoon

Take a buggy ride through the dunes and you’ll be rewarded with a fresh water lagoon. Lagoa Azul and Paradiso actually lie next to one another and share the same white sand and tranquil bright blue waters. You will find a couple of beach side restaurants which offer delicious food and a place to relax under a shady palapa. Book your Private Buggy Tour to Lagoa do Paraiso here.

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Best Jericoacoara Tours & Activities

Private Full Tours in Jericoacoara

Stop at many beautiful attractions, accompanied by a guide all the way, giving great tips and helping with everything. Book your private Full Tours in Jericoacoara here.

East Lagoa do Paraiso Tour

Lagoa do paraíso is a true natural paradise located in Jijoca de Jericoacoara Ceará Brazil. We passed by the tourist spot of Jericoacoara, sloth tree, punctured stone, blue lagoon, blue hole and paradise lagoon. Book your East Lagoa do Paraiso Tour here.

Private Buggy Tour of Mangue Seco

The beach of Mangue Seco is located on the Guriú river, a river that joins the sea and forms a salty lagoon, the Gamboa. The beauty of the place is due to the dry trees with their roots in the ground and the white sand that forms an impressive landscape. We will have time to enjoy this beautiful beach. It is possible to bathe both in the river and in the sea. Book your Private Buggy Tour of Mangue Seco here.

Private Buggy Tour To Lagoa Do Paraíso

The tour departs from your hotel in Jericoacoara, in a buggy, to the Lagoa do Paraíso, where you have your first stop at Árvore da Preiça, a postcard of the Prea Beach, in the Jericoacoara National Park. The tree is famous for its position, as it grew to lay down due to the strong winds of the region that attract the windsurfers. Book your Private Buggy Tour to Lagoa do Paraiso here.

Private Buggy Tour To Tatajuba Beach

The tour to Tatajuba begins with a stop at the Guriú, a river that joins the sea and forms a salty lagoon, the Gamboa. Aboard a canoe, we will navigate this river observing the seahorses that reside in the region (optional). We will also visit the mangrove cemetery, where the skeletons of the trees remain, a beautiful setting that connects with nature in a surprising way. In Tatajuba we will see a blue-green lagoon in addition to numerous impressive dunes. Book your Private Buggy Tour to Tatajuba Beach here.

Best Jericoacoara Brazil Restaurants

Pizzaria Araxá

Intimate Italian-owned pizzeria inside a well-to-do pousada (guesthouse) producing Jeri’s best pies. There are just a few tables, divided loft-style between those overlooking the pool and those in the sand below. Telephone: 55 85 99666 5385 Web: Pizzaria Araxa

Tamarindo $30 & Over

This creative dining experience is romantically lit under the shadow of a giant tamarind tree. Nearly everything is cooked in the brick oven, which may be the norm for pizza, but not for exquisite gems such as the Brazil-nut-crusted filet mignon. From the cocktails to the staff and service, it’s a class act. Telephone: 55 88 98108 7888 Web: Tamarindo

Pimenta Verde $11 – 30

This delightful little corner restaurant with only a few tables pumps out memorable cuisine, from octopus Provençal (best dish in Jeri?) to a divine green-peppercorn filet and perfectly creamy seafood risotto. Telephone: 55 88 99916-0577 Web: Pimenta Verde

Club Ventos

Soak up the spectacular views from the cashew-tree-shaded oceanfront terrace at Jericoacoara’s best por kilo eatery, then settle into a lounge chair and catch some rays for the rest of the afternoon. An excellent selection of salads and limited – but tasty – array of main dishes. Telephone: 55 88 3669 2288 Web: Club Ventos

Bistro Caicaro $11 – 30

Right in the center of town, this place is a real crowd pleaser with a more-creative-than-most menu which includes plenty of seafood. Service is top-notch and it all goes down very romantically on a candlelit 2nd-floor open-air patio overlooking Rua Principal. Telephone: 55 88 99749 1000 Web: Bistro Caicara

Best Jericoacoara Brazil Bars

Bar do Alexandre

Avenida Beira Mar Jericoacoara Beach Telephone: 55 88 99903 0114 Web: Bar do Alexandre

SambaRock Cafe

Praca Principal, Jericoacoara Telephone: 55 88 99685 0008 Web: SambaRock Cafe

ZCHOPP Jericoacoara

Rua principal 62598000 Jericoacoara Telephone: 55 88 9613 3945 Web: ZCHOPP Jericoacoara

PraiaVip

Rua Principal, Jijoca de Jericoacoara Telephone: 55 88 99793-3314 Web: PraiaVip

Caipirinhas e Drinques Jericoacoara

Rua Principal, 16, Jijoca de Jericoacoara Telephone: 55 18 98142 6546

Best Luxury Jericoacoara Brazil Hotels

26 Comments

  1. fityourselfbarre

    Hello,

    I am organiizing my next summer holidays and I’ve been thinking about going to Brazil. One of my friends went there twice and she loves it so much that she advised me to go too. Unfortunately I can’t go there in Sep-Nov because of work. Jeri seems like a lot of fun. I love surfing and I read that there are several surfing activities. Is it expensive to rent your surfing material there? Many thanks!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      No, not too expensive.  Well worth it for sure!  Thanks for visiting Beach Travel Destinations, and for taking the time to leave me comments.

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  2. Andy

    I love the idea of a beach location that is a challenge to reach. Your comment that the difficulty of accessing the area means that it is safe reminded me of the need to think about such issues. This certainly seems like a great place to go if you want to take buggy tours every day. I love the idea of swings on the beach and ladders to climb to viewing platforms in the trees. Very cool. It looks like a fabulous location. I was just trying to work out how complicated it would be to fly from New York but I guess I would let a travel agent work that out. Thanks for sharing. Andy

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, it is safe in Jeri.  You would really enjoy a vacation here.  I am glad you enjoyed your visit to the best luxury Jericoacoara Brazil hotels.

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  3. Aly

    Wow, for anyone who hasn’t been to Brazil’s beaches, these pictures say it all! There are so many unique geographies to look at and enjoy. The warm weather and lively culture make a person want to learn Portuguese and move there permanently. This article reminds me that I need to make a trip back soon, as a freak rainstorm cancelled our plans for riding dune buggies along the beach last time… but it’s still definitely on my Brazilian bucket list!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Aly!  I am glad you enjoyed your visit to the best luxury Jericoacoara Brazil hotels.

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  4. LineCowley

    What an adventure it must be to visit Jericoara, or Jeri. To be able to only get there with a 4×4 vehicle, does make it seclusive, and I am sure that in itself, is an unforgettable experience. Taking a buggy ride through the sand dunes to get to Paradise Lagoon, will definitely be on my list to do. 

    Mangue Seco beach with swings and wooden ladders to a viewing platform, sounds very special, and another definite on my list. 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed the best luxury Jericoacoara Brazil Hotels.  Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. Ben

    Those beaches look absolutely amazing, Brazil is definately on the top of my list of places to go in my life and your article is very informative and has some great beach location shots.

    Love the video, gives a bit of an insight to night life etc. have you ever been to Brazil yourself? Can you get surfing lessons while your out there?? Think my favourite beach to visit would be Tatajuba beach.

    Great information on the types of activities out there, with the prices of bars and restaurants also the hotel ratings.

    good article look forward to more.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I have been to Brazil.  I have an aunt who lives there.  I love it.  The culture, the people, the food, the gorgeous beaches.  And yes you can get surf lessons with Xavi Surf School 🙂

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  6. AL. S.

    Jericoacoara looks like exactly what I’ve been looking for. The beaches look amazing, which my wife would enjoy because she likes to relax on vacation. However, I am really into the adventure that Jeri would offer. Sandunes, dune buggies, surfing, and the other opportunities. The fact that the town is very safe is also a huge plus in my book.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Being a safe vacation spot is a huge plus, I agree!

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  7. pdñ2370

    Hi Leahrae:

    I am a Central American neighbor, never been to Brazil, but surely with this information its captivating, hotels, resorts, beaches, amenities, reviews the whole 9 yards, is great when you want to have a great experience and everything goes as it should, with the best, reliable information. Great job!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you!  I am glad you enjoyed 🙂

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  8. Linda

    Hello! It was a nice article to read and it reminded me of summer. I personally never was in these kinds of exotic and tropic places in my life, not yet anyway. Well written and beautiful photos and those options with prices and hotel options were really nice addition. It really made me wanna go there and leave all this upcoming winter behind. Thanks for these emotions and a good article! Have a nice day! Hopefully, I will read something else on your website in the future. 🙂

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed Linda!  Thanks for taking the time to leave me comments.

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  9. gravpeter

    Hey,

    I think this is a really beautiful ode to the Jericoacoara region in Brazil. You clearly notice that you are a big fan of that area!

    Literally all the interesting things are discussed by you: the best time to visit, the various beaches, tours and activities, restaurants, clubs and bars, and hotels.

    All this is very clearly and completely explained and rightly touted. For someone who is planning to go there, better print and keep your page because literally all the basic information is listed.

    I would say to all enthusiasts: please check out this site! Good job!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you so much Peter, and for taking the time to leave me comments.

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  10. Ann

    In the trip we’re planning to Brazil, there may be time to go to the Brazilian state of Ceará. If we manage to go, I will not let go by the opportunity of visiting Jijoca de Jericoacoara. That is quite a long name. But I have been told that the beaches are equally long and beautiful!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, make sure to visit the national park there as well.  Lots of beauty for sure!

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  11. Cynthia

    Jericoacoara looks like a wonderful place to go!  I love the fact that Mangue Seco Beach has swings but you wouldn’t catch me climbing up any ladders!  I would take advantage of the private buggy ride, though.  I love to learn about the places I visit and this appears to be a lovely tour of 3 beaches.  I’d also take advantage of the full private tour, as the price is great for a full-day ride!  

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, plenty of great deals and things to do in Jericoacoara Brazil.  Definitely worth the trip and a bucket worthy destination.  Thanks for visiting my Best Luxury Jericoacoara Brazil Hotels guide.

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  12. Akumendoh

    Hi there,

    I am a soccer lover and Brazil is one of my favourite travel destinations simply because it is a soccer nation. 

    Now spiced up with such beautiful holiday destinations and beaches, I maintain, nothing will stop me from visiting this nation, 

    I want to believe, seeing from the support and the love of their nation, that Brazilians are hospitable people too. The beaches look quite beautiful and the hotels seem very affordable too

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Brazil is beautiful.  You can catch a game while you are there too if you go at the right time 🙂  Please let me know if I can help you plan your vacation to Brazil.

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  13. Daniel Tshiyole

    I was actually having a conversation today with a few friends of where to go for the December holidays. We actually never considered Brazil but after reading this article, it’s something that I should definitely add on my list. I want to travel the world with my friends so Brazil is definitely a good country to visit. 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Brazil is wonderful Daniel.  So much culture, beauty and the food…wonderful 🙂  I know you would enjoy.  Please let  me know if I can provide any additional information.

      Reply

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