Considered a true tropical ecological sanctuary, the region of Itacaré is part of what remains of the Atlantic Rainforest. The natural diversity is huge, little explored and eye-catching (eye popping). There are rivers, waterfalls, mangroves, sandbanks, forests and stunning beaches. With the best waves the country, Itacaré hosts national and international competitions of surf. It’s also common the practice of other adventure sports like kayaking, zip lining (Tyrolese), hiking, tree climbing, rafting, stand up paddle, skating, paragliding and mountain biking. To enjoy the night, the most hyped spot is on Pituba street, full of bars and cozy restaurants. The Forró houses dictate the nightlife pulse, but also give way to reggae and electronic music in the sands of the beaches. And then, what are you waiting for?