Posts Tagged ‘Ubatuba’

Experiencing Brazil from a Local’s Perspective

  • whl.travel
  • 9 July 2012

The Travel Word asked its partners in Brazil the following question: “If you were hosting a visitor in your city for only one day, what single experience would be central for that visitor to come away with a deeper understanding of your city and your country?” The responses were fantastically varied, highlighting the great diversity that underpins Brazil and its people, cities and cultures.


Photo of the Week: Hawksbill Turtle in Ubatuba, Brazil

  • Elsie C. Orabona (image and text)
  • 10 January 2010

That’s a hawksbill turtle. With its namesake hawk-like bill, it is considered one of the most beautiful of the five marine turtle species encountered in Brazilian waters. It is a superb animal and can live more than 60 years. Unfortunately, already critically endangered, it will one day be extinct if people continue to kill them…


Ubatuba: A Small, Preserved Brazilian Beach Paradise

  • whl.travel
  • 6 June 2009

THIS ARTICLE IS AVAILABLE IS ENGLISH AND PORTUGUESE. Every time you hear about São Paulo, you probably think of Brazil’s most populous city (also fourth in the world!). What you might not know is that São Paulo is also the name of a Brazilian state that has one of the country’s most beautiful coastlines.

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