Brazil travel: Boipeba
Boipeba is an island in the state of Bahia. Surrounding it is the well preserved natural paradise from the sea and the the river Rio do Inferno. The diverse ecosystems and environmental areas are definitely worth a visit. The natural landscapes have been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Both dunes, beaches with reefs and coconut trees, as well as dense Atlantic Forest form the island. The species-rich animal appeal includes marine organisms such as corals, fish, shellfish, sea urchins and sea turtles. In the woods you can find foxes, reptiles, birds, hummingbirds and even poisonous snakes. Anyone wishing to combine beach relaxation with walks in unspoilt nature, Boipeba is right on the money. Also worth seeing is the Morere bay with crystal clear water and untouched coral reefs. A total of 20 kilometres of natural beaches await the visitors. in particular, the beaches Cueira, Bainema and Tassimirim are ideal to relax in privacy beneath the hot, Brazilian sun. The beach Boca da Barra on the other side is more for all those who love company. Another attraction are the various the natural pools with stunning turquoise water. Boipeba has a tropical climate with warm to hot temperatures and pleasant water temperatures of around 25 to 28 degrees Celsius all year, which offers ideal conditions for swimming. In the driest months of August through January, you can benefit from the high average daily temperature of 27 to 31 degrees. The months of February to July have more rain and offer milder temperatures.
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