Brazil: a gem in the desert

Published:2021-12-08 18:36:03 By: Nohea

Lencois Maranhenses National Park is a protected natural area located in northeastern Brazil. The landscape is desert type, characterized by white sand dunes that can reach about 40 meters in height. The feature of this desert is that every year, exclusively in the rainy season that begins in January, rainwater floods the dunes creating lagoons. In these natural pools, you can swim, as they are surprisingly clean and safe, and have a temperature ranging between 27 and 30 degrees. It will be impossible not to dive into the turquoise and crystal-clear waters of this beach, living a relaxing and out-of-the-ordinary experience.

However, the presence of these lagoons does not last all year. With the arrival of October and the dry season, the water evaporates and the desert reappears. There are rare cases in which the pools are so large that they do not disappear even during summer days due to their depth, which reaches up to three meters.

The charming atmosphere, the picturesque landscape and the beauty of its contrasts, make this place one of the most romantic beaches in the world.

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