Búzios Peninsula open-air trolley tour

Búzios, Brazil
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Book now and enjoy a wonderful panoramic tour in a unique open-air trolley around Buzios, one of the world's most beautiful and sparsely visited paradises. Read More

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After getting to the meeting point departure, you'll star a wonderful panoramic tour past 11 beaches and 2 scenic overlook points. Completely open, the trolley will provide you with stunning frame-free views so you can feel fresh breezes and smell the sea. First, you'll see Armação Beach, the Brigitte Bardot Statue and the monument to the Three Fishermen. Then, you'll see Praia dos Ossos and João Fernandes. The next stop will be Praia do Forno, characterized by its isolated aspect, clear calm waters - ideal for snorkeling - and with its unique red sand; this place makes an excellent attraction for travelers who love natural spaces 'far from everything'. You'll also make a quick stop at Ponta da Lagoinha, a place that bordered with Africa in the Pangea era, a place hidden between the beaches of Foca and Ferradura and accessible by a small trail (500m). The geological importance of the area - and its preservation - is so great that, in 2003, the government of the State of Rio de Janeiro toppled the tip and its rocky shores. An explanatory sign on the site informs about the formations and their curiosities, among them, the action of waves and tides to sculpt the granite.

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Departure point

- Tour Shop, in front of Brigitte Bardot's statue


Trolley ride. Guided tour


Food and drinks. Hotel pick-up/drop-off


Experience the beauty of Búzios in a unique open-air trolley. Relax while you admire beautiful beaches and scenic points. Visit Ponta da Lagoinha, a place that bordered with Africa in the Pangea era

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Cancellation policy

You can cancel your tour until a day before your travel date

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