3 Days trip in Brazil

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD Beach activities Cultural experiences Food exploration
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Brazil is a large and diverse country known for its vibrant culture, beautiful landscapes, and rich history.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to BRL
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Barreirinhas

    180 minutes

    Start your day with a speedboat tour of the Preguiças River, where you will visit Povoado de Mandacaru, the lighthouse of the river, and Caburé beach for some swimming and sunbathing.

  2. Barreirinhas

    150 minutes

    Visit the Cultural Center of Barreirinhas to learn about the local culture, history, and folklore. They also have a handicraft store where you can find souvenirs to bring back home.

  3. Barreirinhas

    120 minutes

    Head to the Beira Rio Avenue, where you will find many small bars and restaurants that serve traditional Maranhense dishes. You can try the famous arroz de cuxá, a dish made of rice, shrimp, and a herbaceous sauce.

Day 2

  1. Barreirinhas

    300 minutes

    Take a jeep tour to the Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, where you will get to see the breathtaking sand dunes and freshwater lagoons, such as Lagoa Azul and Lagoa Bonita.

  2. Barreirinhas

    120 minutes

    Visit the Casa do Artesão, where you can find local handicrafts made by the locals, such as hammocks, bags, and ceramics. You can also see the artisans at work.

  3. Barreirinhas

    120 minutes

    Head to the Chico Canhoto restaurant, known for its seafood dishes, such as grilled fish, shrimp, and crab. They also have vegetarian options.

Day 3

  1. Atins

    240 minutes

    Take a speedboat tour from Barreirinhas to Atins, a charming village located at the mouth of the Preguiças River. The tour will take you to the deserted Canto do Atins beach, where you can see the meeting of the river and the sea. You can also go on a dune walk and see the mangroves and the panoramic view of the village.

  2. Atins

    150 minutes

    Visit the Casa de Farinha, where you can witness the process of making the manioc flour, also known as farinha, a staple food in Brazil. You can also taste some of the typical dishes made with farinha, such as tapioca and beijus.

  3. Atins

    120 minutes

    Head to the Cantinho das Pedras restaurant, known for its traditional dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. You can try the arroz de pequi, a dish made with rice and the fruit of the pequi tree, typical of the region.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-30 USD per night
50-100 USD per night
30-70 USD per night


10-30 USD for short distances
1-5 USD for local buses
Private driver
100-200 USD for 3 days


Street food
5-10 USD per meal
Casual dining
15-30 USD per meal
Fine Dining
50-100 USD per meal


Entrance fee for Lençóis Maranhenses National Park
10-20 USD
Local guided tour of Lençóis Maranhenses
50-100 USD per day
Brazilian cooking class
50-100 USD

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