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Water Sports in Buzios, Brazil

Get your feet wet in the secluded resort beachtown of Buzios, Brazil, with travel advice from a Brazil travel expert at Brazil For Less.

Brazil has a coastline that extends nearly all along South Americaís Atlantic, but most travelers just hit the two most famous beaches, those of Rio de Janeiro, Ipanema and Copacabana. Travelers who wish to venture outside of Rio to Brazilís many other beaches, especially those in search of beaches with terrific water sports, like snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, swimming, and more, should check out Buzios, the peninsula that makes up nearly 25 beaches, located just about 2 hours north of Rio.

Buziosís unique geography as an outcropping that juts out from the rest of the coastline, about half of Buziosís beaches are open to the Atlantic currents, and thus good for surfing, and the other half are more quiet, and often more secluded.

Most people Ė locals and travlers alike Ė head for Ossos, the beach that is closest to the central part of town and the one that offers great tanning and soccer on the shore, as well as surfing. Often celebrities can be seen playing soccer or surfing at Ossos.

One of the best ways to appreciate fully Buziosís beauty is to take a catamaran tour around the peninsula. The tour stops in several places, allowing those who are water-prone to dive into the clear waters and explore the colorful reefs. There are also islands near the mainland, many of which are not inhabited or barely inhabited. One of the best islands for diving is Jo„o Fernandinho, where monkfish, jewfish, anchovies, and barracudas live. On a tour, both veterans and beginners can dive, as each diver is given all equipment, instruction, and a professional guide.

Devoted surfers should check out GeribŠ. Tucuns beach is very quiet and remote Ė hardly anyone goes there. There are slim to no amentities, not even lifeguards, but occasionally† surfer schools and kiteboard learners launch from the shores. For those who want calmer waters, Canto, Ferradura, and Canto GeribŠ are good bets. From Canto, itís enjoyable to order a coffee or snack at a beachside cafť and watch the sun go down over the water.

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This description of a Buzios Tour was written by a Brazil Travel expert at Brazil For Less.

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