The Bay of Camamu, the third largest in
Brazil in terms of volume of water, yet little
explored, is a paradise for sailing!
We arrive at the waterfall Tremembé which
has its springs in the Atlantic Rainforest and
falls directly into the sea. After enjoying the
fascinating view and having a dip in the bub-
bling water under the waterfall, we continue
the boat trip through the mangroves, source
of all marine ecosystems, to the village of
The main occupation of the residents is the
construction of boats. We visit the shipyards
where the large wooden boats are manufac-
By boat we continue through the Camamu
Bay to the island “Pedra Furado” (holed
stone) owing its name to a type of clam that
sticks to the stones. The island is very small
with beaches of crystal clear water.
island “Sapinho” (Froggie) a delicious lunch
with fresh lobsters will be served.
Duration: 10 hours Bring: swim suit, sunscreen, camera