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Travel and Places: Buzios

exploring Buzios in the best possible way

Adventure seekers and lovers of the great outdoors will have a feast exploring Buzios. Located just a hundred and five miles northeast of Rio de Janeiro, Buzios is blessed with many beautiful beaches, great sights and fine weather.

There are many things to see and do in Buzios, indeed. Beach lovers, especially, will have the grandest time of all as Buzios boasts of over twenty beaches, each one unique from the other. It comes as no surprise, then, that Buzios is often referred to as “a beach bum’s paradise”. However, if you’d rather not hit the waters, you can do other fun activities like wind surfing or kite surfing. You can also explore the deep waters and amaze yourself with the exciting marine life down below.

There are many different ways you can explore Buzios, and one is by taking a guided trolley tour. This is a popular way to see the entire peninsula without literally burning the soles of your shoes. A trolley can take you around the beaches in a relatively short span of time. If you are feeling somewhat adventurous, you can venture out on your own on board a bicycle. This is actually a good idea as it lets you get a feel of the area, and what’s more, you can discover many things as you go along.

Have had enough of the waters? Care to swing some clubs? Play golf without limits at the Buzios golf course for only $63/day. Don’t expect to see golf carts, though, as these are not allowed.

What’s the thing to do at the end of the day? Actually, the day never seems to end in Buzios. After all the swimming, snorkeling, and golfing, you can shop for souvenirs, experience fine dining, and enjoy Buzios’ vibrant night life at the Rua de Pedras, a road that stretches to about 400 meters.

Buzios is actually blessed with fine weather throughout the year. It’s sunny and warm most of the year so anytime you decide to visit Buzios, you’re bound to enjoy the great outdoors and the cool waters of the beaches.

Buzios is a great place to unwind, to experience and enjoy the beauty of nature once more. All the advancements in technology and the demands of the modern times are pushing people to forget to appreciate nature. A visit to Buzios serves to reawaken one’s senses of the finer things in life.

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Comments (1)

I've never heard of this place. Great article.