No matter if your choice to visit with or without clothes, here the most important thing is always to respect each other, the environment and to have tons of fun, leveraging the sea and the beauty.
That Brazil has more than 8000 kilometers of beach, the frequent readers of our blog already know! Now I get up this morning thinking about what would be a great collection of beaches in my dear country that should be fancy to share here. I could not think of a better option than what would compile the best suggestions for nude beaches in some of the best states for beach here.
After searching a lot, I reached the following conclusion - if you want to catch a beautiful nudist beach in Brazil, enjoing good times and wonderful landscapes (in both senses of the word as well), then maybe your best option would be to explore a little more southern and southeastern Brazil. States such as Rio de Janeiro, Santa Catarina and Espirito Santo are considered excellent targets for naturalism. So come check out the five best nude beaches in my country!?
Pinho's Beach - Camboriú
South of Brazil nudist beach - Camboriu
This is the first official naturist beach in Brazil. It have lots of strong waves and cliffs covered in the local native forest. In the parking lot and house located on the property, many people do not get naked - there are those who come just to have a beer and watch the movement in the sand. But those who set foot in the sand must undress. Are you ready for that?! Just start searching a bit more over the internet about this brazilian destination and you will be set up to go ;)
Olho-de-Boi (Ox's Eye) Beach in Búzios, Rio de Janeiro
The Ox's Eye Beach around Buzios in Rio
Starting from the far right of Brava Beach, we have a track to the Ox's Eye Beach, that is very hard to access. From the center of Brava's Beach,you would take about 40 to 45 minutes to reach this amazing beach. There are no infrastructure at this beach and just because your hard way to get inside, a man starts 27 years ago to sell some beverages and made this a perfect destination for the naturism practice. The beach is very small but uniquely beautiful, the sea is a bit mad, and its waters very transparent.
Galheta's Beach in Florianópolis
Nudist beach in Floripa, south region of Brazil
Despite the natural beauty formed by an extensive range of fine sand and calm, shallow waters, the beach Galheta is semi-deserted due to a very difficult access - and these are a bit of the good stuff around here - exclusivity. There are a trail of 300 meters in the middle of some rock formations, but this is not a problem for those who are seeking tranquility. You will not find some infrastructure, just natural freshwater showers, rocks and mountains covered by undergrowth of the Atlantic Forest.
Abricó's Beach (Grumari Beach) - Rio de Janeiro
In the Rio de Janeiro we have Abrico Beach
This is the only one nudist beach destination in the city of Rio de Janeiro. It is a very crystal water beach, with lots of amazing native vegetation in its sourrounds. To reach this paradise is not hard stuff! As you just need to plan your way to the West Zone of the city, exactly in Grumari, Barra da Tijuca. In between Prainha Beach and Grumari you will find Abrico. It is not that kind of weird to make your way around this amazing places of Rio de Janeiro - there is a bus dropping passengers about 5 kms from this beach, but there is another road whereby you can reach the waves easly.
Barra Seca's Beach - Linhares
Brazilian state of Espirito Santo nudist beach
This is another oficial nudism destination in Brazil. While in the another brazilian beaches you can't go naked to the public places, in this beach you definitely must to be naked in the family area, but if is that kind of shy, you can just walk around dressed as well. This beach is located on Espirito Santo, one of the three brazilian states located in the south region of this country. If you wanna visit this pearl, than we advice you better go to Linhares and from there you get to make your way through the 60 kilometers distance from this beach that are distant from the nearest town.
I love sunsets and the way that they can paint the sky. In Brazil already saw a lot of sunsets in different parts of the country. Want to know wich ones I more liked?! So checkout right now this compilation!
Every day I get up in the morning and thank God for living in a place so heavenly as is Brazil. Here the people are friendly, like to relate with each other, but it is also clear that there is a lot of corruption, poverty and drug trafficking. But of all the bad things that exist here, for each of them there is an incredible sunset so that we can empower ourselves and believe that we are really on this planet for a greater cause.
Would this post today to share some of the most amazing places in my country for people who like to enjoy this unique phenomenon of every day - the sunset. I could write a new blog just about the best places photos of this everyday phenomenon, but here we focus on 5 of the places where you can visit and you surely will have a unique spectacle.
Sunset Dune - Jericoacoara - Ceará
There is even a dune with the name of sunset in Jericoacoara, located in the extreme northern of the Brazilian state Ceará. Now just imagine if there is a dune with this name, what you would expect of the show that is to have the opportunity to watch a sunset in this destination! Jeri, as it is affectionately called by the locals is a traditional fishing village that has turned into a boom in recent years. Its still have sandy streets and to get there is 3 hours from the city of Fortaleza. Well worth the effort when you visit this part of Brazil.
Bat's place - Morro de São Paulo - Bahia
The Morro de São Paulo is located on Tinharé Islands, state of Bahia, in northeastern Brazil also. This place is truly amazing, because you have a panoramic view from anywhere you want to sit to watch the sunset! Many people really like is to go to a bar that is located on the path that leads to the zipline. The name of the bar is Bat's place and has several appetizers and drinks, the view is just fantastic.
Sunset at Arpoador - Rio de Janeiro
Sunset on the watchtower Atalaia - Arraial do Cabo - Rio de Janeiro
Among the two most famous beaches of Rio de Janeiro is the Arpoador rock, little place that is loved not only by locals but also by all the visitors of the Cidade Maravilhosa. I love to visit this place with time to think about life and watch the sunset. It is beautiful to see how the sun's rays reflect a strong golden in warmer and clear weather.
Watch the end of the day on the Amazon Jungle
I never had the opportunity to conduct this experiment. It's certainly one of the experiences that I intend to achieve in the coming years - to visit the Brazilian Amazon and watch a sunset in a boat on the Amazon River. This can be easily if I catch a flight that part of my city and goes to Manaus, the capital of the Brazilian state of Amazonas, but I plan to take my opportunity to explore the best of the region and later share with you here. And then?! Like my suggestions?! It would be amazing to see your comments on this post below!
Dilma Rousseff, the first woman in the Brazilian presidency was featured on the Forbes Magazine as the 3rd in the ranking of most powerful womans in the World.
Dilma Rousseff Brazil's President was featured on the cover of "Forbes" that brings the annual ranking of the most powerful women in the world. For the second consecutive year, Rousseff appears as third in these list. The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, took first for the second straight time. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, is the second name on the list, a repeat of the top three of 2011.
Rounding out the top five places Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and wife of Bill Gates, and Jill Abramson, executive editor of the "New York Times". Two other Brazilian appear in the list, the president of Petrobras, Graça Foster, in 20th position, and model Gisele Bundchen, at the 82nd position.
The interview for the President and publisher of Forbes Woman, Moira Forbes, was granted exclusively by Dilma Rousseff on the morning of August 3, at his office at the Presidential Palace in Brasilia, Brazil's capital. The meeting was not included in the official schedule of the president. Instead, merely indicated a meeting with the minister of Social Communication, Helena Chagas.
The report lists some achievements of Brazil, speaks about the past militant of Rousseff during the Military Dictatorship and ends with the country's challenges. According to the Forbes, "Brazil has become one of the most entrepreneurial countries in the world, with one in four employed adults in some way" and believes the unemployment rate of 5.8%, as "jealous". The publication ends with businessman Eike Batista, the seventh richest man in the world, saying that Dilma is "brave enough to take Brazil to the front."