Address: James Joyce, 14, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hotel
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        • Restaurant
        • Swimming pool
        • Bar/lounge

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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Paraty

        Paraty, Brazil - July 3 to 6

        A travel blog entry by drendell on Jul 03, 2015

        2 comments, 55 photos

        It took most of the day to get to Paraty (para-tee) by mini bus and by the time I arrived at 6pm it was pitch black. It's never ideal to arrive in a new place in the dark because you can't get your bearings... which is really useful for the next day.

        The coastal scenery along the way was pretty spectacular but if you get travel sickness the winding roads would turned your stomach for sure.

        I opted to stay on the beach side of Paraty ...


        A travel blog entry by philippamik on Mar 20, 2015

        4 photos

        ... getting up doing samba. It was crazy, they could all dance so well and it was mesmerising. Then we got involved, Kat got up and did some samba with a local, next Bruno Mark 2 tried to get me to samba but realised I would be no good and so showed me how to side step. The band then asked us to go with them to a "samba after party" we danced and once again tried to samba. A unexpected but very fun night to end Paraty. Next São ...

        The salty pressure of coastal waters

        A travel blog entry by marrre on Dec 30, 2014

        3 photos

        It took two long driving days, but finally the truck came to a halt at our penultimate destination, Paraty by the Atlantic. A small town by the sea, with an old town centre with cobbled streets and horse carriages. And from its pier, a vast amount of boats was ready to take tourists out to the archipelago. Some small, some big, some of which offered free caiprinhas, so obviously we chose that one. Jumping from the boat's roof deck with pool noodles and waterproof ...

        Kayaking through jungle mangroves

        A travel blog entry by ppgontour on Apr 24, 2014

        13 photos

        ... some photos and experienced our first downpour of the day. The weather was so humid we were dry again within minutes. We met the rest of the people doing the kayak tour, and headed down to the beach. Our guide was a British expat called Michael. He explained about the kayaks, how to steer them and adjusted them so we could all fit comfortably We had to laugh when a girl in the other group asked if her and her friends could go in a 3, when there were clearly only two seats in ...

        Day 25

        A travel blog entry by tsundy on Apr 06, 2014

        Today I woke up excited because the hostel provides breakfast! And feeling like I hadn't had a proper breakfast in a while this was exciting. I packed my day pack and then went upstairs for breakfast. A spread of yoghurt, sweet bread, cereal, juice, cake, pastries, papaya, mango, watermelon, bread, ham and cheese. I ate till my stomach hurt. After breakfast we walked into town to find the Paraty Tours shop. The trip took us longer than it should have due to ...