Day tour to Buzios

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  • 14 hr

Travel in air-conditioned comfort to Búzios, a coastal town famous for its traditional culture and pristine beaches, while listening to enriched commentary from your knowledgeable guide. Búzios is a beautiful city that is home to many beaches of different shapes, all with waters that range from emerald green to sky blue. In addition, nothing like a beautiful tour in Búzios aboard a schooner to discover the best beaches in the region. Upon arrival, savor the quaint charm of Búzios' cobbled streets on a relaxing tour, then take a boat ride to the tranquil islands that surround the town, stopping intermittently to take a dip in the crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Itinerary Details


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Stop At: Tartaruga Beach

Formed by two portions of sand separated by a beautiful stone path, Praia da Tartaruga combines beauty with good infrastructure. The place is excellent for family. Praia da Tartaruga differs from the others located in the Center of Búzios for not having houses or hotels obstructing the landscape for nature.

Duration: 50 minutes

Stop At: Azeda Beach

With calm and crystalline waters, sheltered, good for diving. Its access is made on foot, from Praia dos Ossos. A colonial style house makes this beach the postcard of Búzios. In its continuation is Praia Azedinha.

Duration: 50 minutes

Stop At: Joao Fernandes Beach

Located at the northeast tip of the Búzios Peninsula, in front of Ilha Branca, where the rocky shores of the peninsula are found, they have a joint extension of approximately 800m. They are frequented mainly by South American tourists, with movement throughout the year. They have calm, blue and transparent waters, their sands are clear and fine, ideal for bathing in addition to the practice of water sports such as free diving, kayaking and stand up.

Duration: 50 minutes

Pass By: Praia dos Ossos

This small beach is neighboring Praia da Armação, Praia dos Ossos is 1.5 km from the Center of Búzios. It received this name, because of the whale bones that were buried there, when fishing for these animals was still allowed, a fact that occurred in the region from 1730 to about 1816. The cove has incredible scenery, framed by an incredible view and small colorful boats, in addition to the Church of Sant’Ana on top of a hill, this church was built in 1740. From there, the trail that leads to the paradisiacal Azeda and Azedinha Beaches starts. This small and important beach is almost mandatory for tourists who want to take nautical tours in the region. Praia dos Ossos is the starting point for several excursions to visit islands and beaches in Búzios. Boat trips are one of the biggest attractions in the region.

Pass By: Virgens Beach

It is a small, deserted beach that still retains its native vegetation. It is only accessible on foot at low tide, through narrow trails that depart from Praia do Canto or through Praia da Tartaruga. It has beautiful stretches of sand. Really worth a visit, especially for those who like a unique landscape.
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