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The warm and crystalline waters, in addition to the preserved nature of the municipality - Cairu archipelago allow the practice of several outdoor sports. Find the mode that pleases you best and enjoy to release endorphin.
If you like adrenaline, welcome to the Zipline of Morro de São Paulo. One of the largest in Brazil, with 57 meters of height and a course of more than 300 meters, the equipment is located near the Lighthouse and the descent offers a panoramic view of the main beaches of the locality.
The natural pools of Quarta Praia, Garapuá, Moreré and Bainema are ideal for snorkeling and duck walking. For those who want to venture in waters a little deeper, the First Beach, in Morro de São Paulo, is perfect for diving with oxygen cylinder. The crystalline waters allow the observation of the very preserved marine life.
At Quarta Praia in Morro de São Paulo, it is possible to rent horses and enjoy a ride through the sands of Praia do Encanto or even to Garapuá, an unforgettable setting in full contact with nature. Observe the Atlantic Forest closely is requested for those who choose to ride the trails of Boipeba to Moreré or Cova da Onça.
The good winds blowing in Morro de São Paulo attract sailors from various parts of the country. Depending on the conditions, it is possible to sail from Gamboa, where is the Sailing Club, to Garapuá. Strong winds predominate in winter, also attracting windsurfers
The tranquil waters of Gamboa and the numerous canals among the mangroves of Boipeba are excellent for canoeing. You can get very close to the vegetation and observe the crabs, aratus and others, besides the birds mariscando.
The futevôlei is one of the most practiced sports in the archipelago. Whether it's Gamboa Bridge, Second Beach in Morro de Sao Paulo or Boca da Barra Beach in Boipeba, you will surely find a network set up. Just join the crowd and enjoy the fun.
Few people know, but surfing is also practiced in Morro de São Paulo, on the First Beach. The best point is at the time of Pedra do Moleque. Before falling into the water, it is worth seeking guidance with the natives, as there are many rocks and coral formations in the area. The ideal time for practicing the sport is in the winter, between the months of June and September. Praia da Cuieira, on Ilha de Boipeba, is another ideal peak for wave lovers.
In Morro de São Paulo, running on the beach is always possible at low tide. Highlight the extension of the Fourth Beach and the way to Gamboa. The extension of the beach of Garapuá is also suitable for the fans of the race.
The Cairu archipelago has numerous ecological trails in which it is possible to be very close to nature. The best known are from Boca da Barra beach to Praia da Cueira and Tassimirim, in Boipeba, and the Morro de São Paulo trail to Gamboa, passing through Porto de Cima. It is important to always seek guidance from the local accredited guides before making any trail. In addition, enjoy the walk and enjoy the ride.
Stand Up Paddle
The natural characteristics of the calm waters of the archipelago are quite propitious for the stand up paddle. Those who want to practice or even venture for the first time will easily find equipment to rent on the Second and Third Beaches in Morro de São Paulo and also in Gamboa.