Foothills Of The Sahara Desert In South America

African and Caribbean blend in Brazil of white sandy beach and turquoise blue waters are synonyms for the Caribbean in Central America. As the online travel agency ab-in-den-urlaub.de reported similar landscapes as well as on the South American continent can be found. Millions of years ago, the continents of Africa and South America were still together. Before they separated due to the shift of the Earth’s plates, a desert was created in the North of the double continent: the present-day Sahara. Researchers, whose foothills also see the vast desert in the northeast of Brazil. The National Park of Lencois of Maranhenses stretches as the only desert in South America over an area of over 1600 square kilometres. However, she is not with her North African sister to compare. Numerous lagoons created by the tropical rain.

The freshwater forms pools there regularly with crystal clear water. You are the undisputed highlight of a trip in the northeast of Brazil. They can be reached only with beach buggy or Jeep. Paved roads are It is not. The journey to the lagoons leads through metre-high dunes and sometimes is not for the faint of heart. The objective of compensating for the thrill: the turquoise blue waters surrounded by white sand dunes invites you to a refreshing swim. Starting points for the adventure is the international airport of Fortaleza, which Air France and the Brazilian TAM is Germany with Lufthansa, among others. Hotels are located for example in Jericoacoara, which is regarded as Brazil’s Surfers Paradise. More information: service / press contact: Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH barefoot streets 12 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59