Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Natal Brazil Brazil

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Natal Brazil is the well-known and bustling beach capital of northern Brazil with pristine white-sand beaches stretching 9 kilometers from The Fort to the Lighthouse. A contemporary and sprawling area attracting more than one million visitors every year the Brazil Natal sunshine is as endless as the beaches seem. Natal is framed by stunning beaches and and massive sand dunes that run all along its 40 kilometer coastline. 

Natal is a clean, safe and friendly place for visitors and has relatively few high-rise buildings and little traffic interfering with the beautiful surrounding landscape. Geographically speaking Natal is the area is the closest point of Brazil to Europe.

Being a fairly small place, familiarity with Natal comes quickly. Visitors enjoy many activities from lazy days spent under sun-filled skies, surfing the waves of the deep blue or discovering the renowned sand dunes by dune buggy. Brazil Natal offers clarion waters and an inhabitancy of underwater reefs just offshore for those interested in discovering the wonders of aquatic life while snorkeling or diving offshore.

Natal, Brazil has two urban centers which include the cities of Natal and Ponta Negra, the latter being the more popular area for entertainment, food and accommodation. Known as the "City of Sun" and also as "The City of Dunes" Natal Brazil is located in the northeastern tip of Brazil. Lying about 15 degrees south of the equator the sun shines on for more than 3,000 hours every year and the days seem to last forever. 

The average temperature in Natal, Brazil is about 28 degrees celsius. During the summer season it normally reaches 38 degrees celsius with the water at a soothing 26 degrees. The majority of rain happens between March and July and luckily storms happen pretty rarely!

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