Hotel Coxixo

Address: R. do Comercio, 362, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on R. do Comercio, 362, Paraty.
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Travel Blogs from Paraty

Ilha Grande - Velky Ostrov

A travel blog entry by jarkaadegboye on Nov 30, 2014

19 photos

... v Riu jsme věděli ze musime byt opatrni a neobjednavat moc jidla, takže jsme si rekli jenom o jednu porci a ze se rozdelime. No jo, my jsme ale nečekali, že nam prinesou cely kotel omacky s rybou a morskymi plody. Takze jsme si zase pulku odnesli s sebou....

Pondělí 1. prosince

Ostrov má více než 20 krásnych pláži z nichž jedna se nazývá Lopez Mendes. Některé zdroje říkají, že je to ...


A travel blog entry by alyttle on Nov 17, 2014

18 photos

... became overcast. It is a nice town with a large historic area. We walked around, stopped for a nice view, and later had a good dinner in town. Then had some drinks out, making for a fun late night. We even got an impromptu samba lesson. Very ...

Ilha Grande

A travel blog entry by julieblyth on Apr 06, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

Left lovely Paraty at 8.30am for a leisurely 2 hr drive up the coast. Great sights with jungle, mangrove swamps and sea views all the way. Hopped on a small catamaran and headed out to Ilha Grande which is a tourist Island about an hour off the mainland. It was initially a quarantine Island but now has hotels, backpackers and heaps of restaurants. It was very busy there but can certainly handle lots of people. Dropped our luggage then headed out on a water ...

Paraty - My Favorite in Brazil: Part 2

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on Apr 03, 2014

27 photos

... took me with him, borrowed Paolo's snorkel, and brought me to a cave.

We all wanted to go to the cachoeira. It took another kilometre to walk. The cachoeria was a small pool and cascade of water. I thought it's a nice way to end the day and wash off all the salt from the ocean. Mr. Guide asked me to climb up further with him. Then he showed me this small cascade, and I thought "what's so special about that?"

He sat next to it "Look!" He said, and before ...

Days 130-135: Pantanal to Paraty

A travel blog entry by rjcannin on Feb 27, 2014

24 photos

... lady came up from the water and screamed "that was awesome!" and went right back up. The natural waterslide was fun too. You sit at the top where two locals give you a push and then slide along about 100 ft of smooth rock surface with water flowing down it into a pool. Sometimes you would gain too much speed and start turning as you slid. There were some locals doing crazy things like gliding the whole way down on their feet. Some tourists tried to ...