Rio de Janeiro: Shared Speedboat Tour with Beer Included!

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  • 3 hr

The shared tour is ideal for those who want to know Rio de Janeiro in a different way, observing the city from another angle, having a cold beer and meeting people from other cultures, all on board a speedboat.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Rio Island Boat Tour

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Mureta da Urca

Starting point

Pass By: Urca

Passing through the site without stopping

Pass By: Sugarloaf Mountain

Pão de Açúcar is probably the most famous tourist spot in Rio de Janeiro, next to the immense sculpture of Christ the Redeemer. Dominating the bay from its perch 395 feet above sea level, this granite peak offers a breathtaking view of the bay. You can get to the top thanks to a series of train and cable car systems linking you to the heights of Babylon and Urca.

Pass By: Vermelha Beach

A beach in which its sands are very reddish and not so fine, its green and calm sea is much frequented by lovers of kayaks and Hawaiian canoes who love to paddle in these waters. The beach is between two hills, is near the entrance of the cable cars of the Sugar Loaf, it is in the neighborhood of Urca, near it there are also several universities and military institutions

Pass By: Copacabana Beach

Perhaps the most known and frequented beach in Brazil in the world. Beach that is located in the south zone of the city of Rio de Janeiro, where we have as frequenters a great diversity of people of Brazil and of the whole world

Pass By: Ipanema Beach

The most charming beach in the city of Rio de Janeiro is in the southern part of the city, in the Ipanema neighborhood where most people live in the upper middle class. It was once the theme song of great composers.

Stop At: Arquipelago das Cagarras

We continue to the Cagarras Islands. After time to dive and relax, we begin our return to the starting point. * We emphasize that the itinerary can be changed by the commander due to sea/climate conditions.

Duration: 30 minutes
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