Lagoa dos Patos (DUCK LAKE)


Hotel Parque da Lagoa offers a breathtaking tour of the Lagoa dos Patos. It is an adventure through fantastic 4x4 off road trails and along the banks the largest lake in Brazil. Lagoa dos Patos is a fresh water treasure.


Lagoa dos Patos is 265 km long and has an area of 10000 kmĀ². It follows the Atlantic Ocean coast in a Southwest and Northeast direction.
In this magnificent environment you will have the chance to enjoy nature in its pure state, far away from civilization, far away from noise and stress. You will have close contact with breathtaking scenery, where the beauty speaks for itself.

In this unique tour, you will reach the lake crossing through fields and farms. You will enjoy kilometers of breathtaking and deserted beaches, with fine white sands, where you can go swimming in its warm, fresh waters.


You will have the chance to see the unbelievable "Duna Mae" (the mother dune), named so for its size and height, similar to dunes found in the Brazilian Northeast Coast.

This tour includes visits to very old and beautiful lighthouses including the majestic and grand Ristovam Pereira, located on a sand peninsula and surrounded by lake waters, and Capao da Marca, a tubular tower totally made of metal, all imported from France.

The tour includes a rare chance to see archaeological sites left from the days of the native Indians. You will see “sambaquis", hills formed by prehistoric deposits of shellfish from Indians who lived in the area.


You will have the chance to see the unbelievable "Duna Mae" (the mother dune), named so for its size and height, similar to dunes found in the Brazilian Northeast Coast.

This tour includes visits to very old and beautiful lighthouses including the majestic and grand Ristovam Pereira, located on a sand peninsula and surrounded by lake waters, and Capao da Marca, a tubular tower totally made of metal, all imported from France.

The tour includes a rare chance to see archaeological sites left from the days of the native Indians. You will see “sambaquis", hills formed by prehistoric deposits of shellfish from Indians who lived in the area.

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