It’s time to take you to a place of unpaved roads, local hospitality, crystal clear water, and a healthy disconnection. It’s not often that you get to sink your feet into the red desert sand while taking it the slow way down dirt roads on the way to your next destination. You’ll find that your phone might not have any bars for phone calls or your social media, but as you continue your travels, you’re not so worried about the next selfie because you are in paradise, and you want to keep these moments for yourself. Whether you’re on a guided tour with friends on an offroad vehicle, staying at a small hotel, or renting a room and having breakfast with a local, you’ll be sure to find yourself at home during your visit to Brazil.
Jalapao State Park
Located in the North of Brazil, Jalapao has legally been considered a state park since 2001. The fact that Jalapao State Park is a relatively new destination makes it somewhat unknown to the masses. However, as reports of the beauty and the tranquility have been made by avid travelers who have since become enamored with Jalapao State Park, the tourism numbers have increased and helped with the development of the area. While there has been talk of paving over some of the dirt trails, it has been debated by environmentalists whether or not this would be good for the habitat. Presently, off-road vehicles are needed to get around Jalapao. With over 400 miles to cover, you’ll travel from sand dune, to waterfall, to natural springs with the clearest sparkling water you’ve ever seen.