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Pandemic travel: what is open at each destination in Brazil | April

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Travel in Brazil: what is open?

This panel monitors the openings and restrictions of activities in 100 Brazilian destinations.

Latest update: April 1st (11am)

If you notice any outdated information, please let us know in the comments box!

AL | Maceió | Maragogi | Piranhas | São Miguel dos MilagresAM | Manaus | New AirãoBA | Arraial d’Ajuda | Boipeba | Chapada Diamantina | Caraíva | Costa do Sauípe | Corumbau | Cumuruxatiba | Imbassaí | Ilhéus | Itacaré | Morro de São Paulo | Peninsula of Maraú | Porto Seguro | Meadow | Mirror Beach | Praia do Forte | Salvador | Santo André | TrancosoCE | Aquiraz | Broken Canoe | Flecheiras | Fortaleza | Fortim | Icaraizinho de Amontada | JericoacoaraDF | BrasiliaES | Guarapari | Vitória and Vila VelhaGO | Caldas Novas | Chapada dos Veadeiros | PirenópolisBAD | Chapada das Mesas | Lençóis Maranhenses | St. LouisMG | Belo Horizonte | Brumadinho (Inhotim) | Capitol | Diamantina | Gonçalves | Monte Verde | Ouro Preto | TiradentesMS | Beautiful | CorumbáMT | Bom Jardim (Nobres) | Chapada dos Guimarães | Northern PantanalPAN | Alter do Chão | Belém | MarajóPB | João PessoaFOOT | Fernando de Noronha | Porto de Galinhas | Carneiros beach | RecifePI | Barra Grande do Piauí | Parnaíba | Serra da CapivaraPR | Curitiba | Foz do IguaçuRJ | Angra dos Reis | Arraial do Cabo | Buzios | Cabo Frio | Ilha Grande | Paraty | Petrópolis | Rio de Janeiro | Viscount of MauáRN | Chickens | Christmas | Kite | São Miguel do GostosoLOL | Aparados da Serra | Bento Gonçalves (Vale dos Vinhedos) | Gramado & Canela | Porto AlegreSC | Balneário Camboriú | Blumenau | Bombinhas & Porto Belo | Florianópolis | Garopaba & Praia do Rosa | Penha | São Joaquim & Bom Jardim da Serra | UrubiciSE | Aracaju | XingoSP | Campos do Jordão | Guarujá | Ilhabela | Santo Antônio do Pinhal | Santos | São Paulo | São Sebastião | UbatubaTO | Jalapão | Palms

ALAGOAS

Maceió coronavirus

Maceio

Maceió: what’s open

  • Until April 14 Alagoas is in the red phase, equivalent to a lockdown. There is a curfew between 9 pm and 5 am. Restaurants cannot open. Beaches across the state are closed on weekends and also on Good Friday holidays.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Maceió
  • See our Maceió Guide

Maragogi: what’s open

  • Until April 14 Alagoas is in the red phase, equivalent to a lockdown. There is a curfew between 9 pm and 5 am. Restaurants cannot open. Beaches across the state are closed on weekends and also on Good Friday holidays.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Maragogi
  • See our Maragogi Guide

São Miguel dos Milagres: what’s open

  • Until April 14 Alagoas is in the red phase, equivalent to a lockdown. There is a curfew between 9 pm and 5 am. Restaurants cannot open. Beaches across the state are closed on weekends and also on Good Friday holidays.
  • See the pandemic numbers in São Miguel dos Milagres
  • See our Guide to the Ecological Route of Miracles

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AMAZON

What's open in Manaus

Amazonas Theater

Manaus: what’s open

  • Since February 22, 2021 Manaus has its trade reopened. Restaurants can operate in person until 4pm.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Manaus
  • See our Manaus Guide

Novo Airão: what’s open

  • Novo Airão is the city that supports tourism in the Rio Negro and the Anavilhanas archipelago. There is no restriction on activities.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Novo Airão
  • See our Guide to Lodging in the Jungle and Amazonian Cruises

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BAHIA

Sidewalk to Mirror Beach

Mirror Beach

Chapada Diamantina: what’s open

  • Lençóis, Mucugê, Andaraí, Igatu and Vale do Capão are reopened.
  • Cachoeira do Buracão reopened on December 1st.
  • Some trails from Vale do Capão reopened on December 21st: among them, Fumaça waterfall above and below, Lençóis-Capão crossing and Poço do Gavião.
  • Morro do Pai Inácio, the biggest postcard of Chapada, is open from Monday to Friday, but it is necessary to descend at 4pm (you cannot see the sunset).
  • Poço Azul and Poço Encantado receive visitors from Monday to Friday, closed on weekends and holidays.
  • The crossing of the Valley of the Pati remains forbidden.
  • The state government decreed a curfew from 6 pm to 5 am until April 5. Restaurants and bars can only serve in person until 6pm.
  • As long as the curfew lasts, the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited from 8 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday, including by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Chapada Diamantina
  • See our Chapada Diamantina Guide

Ilhéus: what’s open

  • The state government decreed a curfew from 6 pm to 5 am until April 5. Restaurants and bars can only serve in person until 6pm. The beaches are open.
  • As long as the curfew lasts, the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited from 8 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday, including by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Ilhéus
  • See our Ilheus Guide

Itacaré: what’s open

  • The state government decreed a curfew from 6 pm to 5 am until April 5. Restaurants and bars can only serve in person until 6pm. The beaches are open.
  • As long as the curfew lasts, the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited from 8 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday, including by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Itacaré
  • See our Itacaré Guide

Morro de São Paulo and Boipeba: what’s open

  • The state government decreed a curfew from 6 pm to 5 am until April 5. Restaurants and bars can only serve in person until 6pm. The beaches are open.
  • Ferry and catamaran transport is suspended during the Easter holiday, between the 1st and the 5th of April.
  • As long as the curfew lasts, the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited from 8 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday, including by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Morro de São Paulo and Boipeba (Cairu)
  • See our Morro de São Paulo Guide
  • See our Boipeba Guide

Maraú Peninsula (Barra Grande): what’s open

    The state government decreed a curfew from 6 pm to 5 am until April 5. Restaurants and bars can only serve in person until 6pm. The beaches are open.

  • As long as the curfew lasts, the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited from 8 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday, including by delivery.
  • See pandemic numbers on the Maraú Peninsula
  • See our Maraú Peninsula Guide

Porto Seguro & region: what’s open

  • Includes: Arraial d’Ajuda, Caraíva, Praia do Espelho, Santo André, Trancoso
  • The state government decreed a curfew from 6 pm to 5 am until April 5. Restaurants and bars can only serve in person until 6pm. The beaches are open.
  • See the pandemic numbers in the Porto Seguro region
  • See our Porto Seguro Guide
  • See our Arraial d’Ajuda Guide
  • See our Trancoso Guide
  • See our Caraíva Guide
  • See our Santo André Guide
  • See our Guide to Praia do Espelho

Prado: what’s open

  • Includes: Cumuruxatiba and Corumbau
  • The state government decreed a curfew from 6 pm to 5 am until April 5. Restaurants and bars can only serve in person until 6pm. The beaches are open.
  • As long as the curfew lasts, the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited from 8 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday, including by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Prado
  • See our Prado Guide
  • See our Cumuruxatiba Guide
  • See our Corumbau Guide

Praia do Forte, Imbassaí and Costa do Sauípe: what’s open

  • The state government decreed a lockdown in the Metropolitan Region of Salvador until April 5.
  • There is also a curfew from 6 pm to 5 am until April 5. The beaches are open.
  • As long as the curfew lasts, the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited from 8 pm on Friday to 5 am on Monday, including by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Mata de São João
  • See our Praia do Forte Guide

Salvador: what’s open

  • The lockdown in Salvador was extended until 5 am on April 5. The beaches will remain closed until the end of the lockdown.
  • There is also a curfew from 6 pm to 5 am.
  • The sale of alcoholic beverages is not allowed from 5 pm on Friday until 6 am on Monday.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Salvador
  • See our Salvador Guide

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CEARÁ

Beach Park reopened

Beach Park

Aquiraz: what’s open

  • The state decree that implemented the statewide lockdown was extended until April 5.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Aquiraz

Canoa Quebrada: what’s open

  • The state decree that implemented the statewide lockdown was extended until April 5.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Canoa Quebrada (Aracati)
  • See our Canoe Quebrada Guide

Flecheiras and Guajiru: what’s open

  • The state decree that implemented the statewide lockdown was extended until April 5.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Trairi
  • See our Flecheiras Guide

Fortaleza: what’s open

  • The state decree that implemented the statewide lockdown was extended until April 5.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Fortaleza
  • See our Fortaleza Guide

Fortim: what’s open

  • The state decree that implemented the statewide lockdown was extended until April 5.
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  • See the pandemic numbers in Fortim
  • See our Icaraizinho Guide

Icaraizinho de Amontada: what’s open

  • The state decree that implemented the statewide lockdown was extended until April 5.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Amontada
  • See our Icaraizinho Guide

Jericoacoara: what’s open

  • The state decree that implemented the statewide lockdown was extended until April 5.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Jericoacoara
  • See our Jericoacoara Guide

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FEDERAL DISTRICT

Brasilia what's open

Brasilia

Brasilia: what’s open

  • The Federal District reopened non-essential trade on March 29. Stores can operate until 8 pm (malls until 9 pm). Restaurants can open until 7pm.
  • See the numbers of the pandemic in Brasilia
  • See our Brasilia Guide

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HOLY SPIRIT

Moqueca Capixaba

Moqueca Capixaba

Vitória, Vila Velha and Guarapari: what’s open

  • The lockdown in Espírito Santo was extended until April 4 (Easter Sunday). Access to the beaches is prohibited. Restaurants can only operate by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Vitória + Vila Velha
  • See the pandemic numbers in Guarapari
  • See our Victory Guide

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GOIÁS

Caldas Novas tips - Hot Park

Hot Park, in Rio Quente

Caldas Novas: what’s open

  • To enter the city, it is necessary to pass through a sanitary barrier where there is a temperature check. In order to stay in hotels, it is necessary to present a negative exam for Covid done at most 72 hours in advance.
  • Goiás implemented a system of rotation of non-essential trade: 14 days open, 14 days closed. From March 31 to April 13 is an opening period. Commerce can operate until 17h. Bars and restaurants, until 11pm.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Caldas Novas
  • See our Guide to Caldas Novas

Chapada dos Veadeiros: what’s open

  • Goiás implemented a system of rotation of non-essential trade: 14 days open, 14 days closed. From March 31 to April 13 is an opening period. Commerce can operate until 17h. Bars and restaurants, until 11pm.
  • Many inns and attractions, however, are closed voluntarily.
  • Cachoeira Santa Bárbara, in Cavalcante, has not reopened since the beginning of the pandemic.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Chapada dos Veadeiros
  • See our Chapada dos Veadeiros Guide

Pirenópolis: what’s open

  • Goiás implemented a system of rotation of non-essential trade: 14 days open, 14 days closed. From March 31 to April 13 is an opening period. Commerce can operate until 17h. Bars and restaurants, until 11pm.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Pirenópolis

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MARANHÃO

Lençóis Maranhenses: how to get to Santo Amaro

Lençóis Maranhenses

Chapada das Mesas: what’s open

  • Commerce is working. Bars and restaurants can serve up to 50% of the capacity.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Chapada das Mesas
  • See our Chapada das Mesas Guide

Lençóis Maranhenses: what’s open

  • Commerce is working. Bars and restaurants can serve up to 50% of the capacity.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Lençóis Maranhenses
  • See our Lençóis Maranhenses Guide

São Luís: what’s open

  • Commerce is working. Bars and restaurants can serve up to 50% of the capacity.
  • See the pandemic numbers in São Luís
  • See our São Luís Guide

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MATO GROSSO

Chapada dos Guimaraes

Chapada dos Guimaraes

Bom Jardim (Nobres): what’s open

  • Most of the attractions in the district of Bom Jardim, in Nobres, it’s open.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Nobres

Chapada dos Guimarães: what’s open

  • Inns and tours in Chapada dos Guimarães are working.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Chapada dos Guimarães
  • See our Chapada dos Guimarães Guide

Poconé (Pantanal Norte): what is open

  • Having passed through the rainy season, the fires are under control. There are many open lodges and hotels.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Poconé

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MATO GROSSO DO SUL

Tours: when to buy - before traveling or after arriving? Beautiful

Beautiful

Bonito: what’s open

  • In Bonito, all the main attractions / tours are working, with a limited number of participants and bio-security protocols. Spas are closed. Restaurants and bars, until April 4, just for delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Bonito and Jardim
  • See our Bonito Guide

Corumbá (Pantanal Sul): what’s open

  • Until April 4, restaurants can only operate by delivery. There is a curfew between 8 pm and 5 am.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Corumbá

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MINAS GERAIS

May Day Holiday: Tiradentes

Tiradentes

Belo Horizonte: what’s open

  • In Belo Horizonte since March 6, only essential trade can work. There is no deadline for the end of restrictions.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Belo Horizonte
  • See our Belo Horizonte Guide

Brumadinho: what’s open

  • Inhotim, which had reopened in February, closed in early March. At the end of the month, a possible opening will be reevaluated. As determined by the government of Minas Gerais, all non-essential trade must remain closed until April 11. Restaurants can only serve by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Brumadinho
  • See our Inhotim and region guide

Capitol: what’s open

  • As determined by the government of Minas Gerais, all non-essential trade must remain closed until April 11. Restaurants can only serve by delivery.
  • See pandemic numbers on Capitol Hill

Diamantina: what’s open

  • As determined by the government of Minas Gerais, all non-essential trade must remain closed until April 11. Restaurants can only serve by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Diamantina
  • See our Diamantina Guide

Gonçalves: what’s open

  • As determined by the government of Minas Gerais, all non-essential trade must remain closed until April 11. Restaurants can only serve by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Gonçalves
  • See our Gonçalves Guide

Ouro Preto: what’s open

  • As determined by the government of Minas Gerais, all non-essential trade must remain closed until April 11. Restaurants can only serve by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Ouro Preto
  • See our Ouro Preto Guide

Monte Verde: what’s open

  • As determined by the government of Minas Gerais, all non-essential trade must remain closed until April 11. Restaurants can only serve by delivery.
  • Pousadas can receive up to 50% of the capacity. There is a curfew between 11 pm and 6 am.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Monte Verde
  • See our Monte Verde Guide

Tiradentes: what’s open

  • As determined by the government of Minas Gerais, all non-essential trade must remain closed until April 11. Restaurants can only serve by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Tiradentes
  • See our Tiradentes Guide

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FOR

Alter do Chão

Alter do Chão

Alter do Chão: what’s open

  • Since March 29, restaurants and bars can open until 6pm. Access to beaches is prohibited on weekends and holidays.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Santarém
  • See our Alter do Chão Guide

Belém: what’s open

  • Since March 29, restaurants and bars can open until 6pm. Access to Salinópolis and Mosqueiro beaches is prohibited on weekends and holidays.
  • See the numbers of the pandemic in Belém
  • See our Belém Guide

Marajó: what’s open

  • Since March 29, restaurants and bars can open until 6pm. Access to beaches is prohibited on weekends and holidays.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Soure and Salvaterra

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PARAÍBA

Camboinha Beach, Cabedelo

Camboinha, in Cabedelo

João Pessoa: what’s open

  • Non-essential trade remains closed until April 4. Restaurants can only serve by delivery, and until 9:30 pm. There is a curfew from 10 pm to 5 am.
  • The beaches (including those of neighboring Cabedelo) are closed for permanence.
  • Bars and restaurants can only be open from Monday to Friday until 4pm. At night and during the whole weekend only delivery works.
  • See the pandemic numbers in João Pessoa
  • See our João Pessoa Guide

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PARANÁ

Coronavirus Panel in 100 destinations: Foz do Iguaçu

Foz do Iguaçu

Curitiba: what’s open

  • The lockdown in Curitiba was extended until April 5. There is a curfew from 8 pm to 5 am.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Curitiba
  • See our Curitiba Guide

Foz do Iguaçu: what’s open

  • Until April 5, attractions can receive 50% of the capacity. Restaurants can open until 10 pm with 30% capacity. There is a curfew between 11 pm and 5 am. The border with Paraguay is open for shopping in Ciudad del Este.
  • There is still no forecast for the reopening of the border with Argentina.
  • See the numbers of the pandemic in Foz do Iguaçu
  • See our Foz do Iguaçu Guide

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PERNAMBUCO

Porto de Galinhas

Fernando de Noronha: what’s open

  • Noronha’s restrictions are less stringent than on the mainland. Non-essential activities can run until 10 pm. The beaches are open.
  • To board Fernando de Noronha it is necessary to present a negative PCR test for covid done up to 48 hours before boarding. See all protocols in this post.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Fernando de Noronha
  • See our Fernando de Noronha Guide

Recife: what’s open

  • Until April 28, restaurants can open from Monday to Friday until 8 pm and on weekends until 5 pm. The beaches are open, with a ban on the sale of food and drinks.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Recife
  • See our Recife Guide

Porto de Galinhas: what’s open

  • Until April 28, restaurants can open from Monday to Friday until 8 pm and on weekends until 5 pm. The beaches are open, with a ban on the sale of food and drinks.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Ipojuca
  • See our Porto de Galinhas Guide

Praia dos Carneiros: what’s open

  • Until April 28, restaurants can open from Monday to Friday until 8 pm and on weekends until 5 pm. The beaches are open, with a ban on the sale of food and drinks.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Tamandaré
  • See our Porto de Galinhas Guide

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PIAUÍ

Resumption of tourism in Parnaíba: flight of guarás

Coastline Piauiense

Barra Grande do Piauí: what’s open

  • Until April 4, bars, restaurants and beaches will be closed.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Cajueiro da Praia
  • See our Barra Grande do Piauí Guide

Parnaíba: what’s open

  • Until April 4, bars, restaurants and beaches will be closed.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Parnaíba
  • See our Parnaíba Guide

Serra da Capivara: what’s open

  • Until April 4 bars and restaurants.
  • See the pandemic numbers in São Raimundo Nonato
  • See our Serra da Capivara Guide

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RIO DE JANEIRO

Sugar Loaf reopened

Rio de Janeiro

Angra dos Reis and Ilha Grande: what’s open

  • There is a curfew between 11 pm and 5 am. Restaurants can attend in person until 8 pm. Nautical transport to Ilha Grande and boat trips can only operate with up to 30% of capacity.
  • From March 26 to April 4, the beaches will be closed.
  • Transport to Ilha Grande is being operated from Angra dos Reis and Mangaratiba. Transportation via Conceição do Jacareí has ​​not yet returned.
  • See pandemic numbers in Angra dos Reis

Buzios: what’s open

  • To pass through the entry barrier, you must present the QR code of a confirmed reservation.
  • There is a curfew between 11 pm and 5 am. Bars and restaurants can operate until 11pm.
  • From March 26 to April 4, beaches will be closed. Bars and restaurants can only serve seated people.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Búzios
  • See our Buzios Guide

Arraial do Cabo and Cabo Frio: what’s open

  • There is a curfew between 11 pm and 5 am. Bars and restaurants can operate until 11pm.
  • To enter Arraial do Cabo it is necessary to present a QR code for booking accommodation or a tour.
  • From March 26 to April 4, the beaches will be closed, both in Cabo Frio and Arraial do Cabo.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Arraial do Cabo and Cabo Frio
  • See our Guide to Arraial do Cabo and Cabo Frio

Rio de Janeiro (city): what’s open

  • Until April 4, Rio de Janeiro’s beaches are only open for physical exercise.
  • From March 26 to April 4 shops, bars, restaurants and attractions will be closed.
  • Curfew: staying on the street between 11 pm and 5 am is prohibited.
  • See the numbers of the pandemic in Rio de Janeiro
  • See our Rio de Janeiro Guide

Paraty: what’s open

  • There is a curfew between 11 pm and 5 am. Bars and restaurants can operate until 11pm. The beaches will be closed.
  • From March 26 to April 4, there must be restrictions that have not yet been detailed by the city.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Paraty
  • See our Paraty Guide

Petrópolis: what’s open

  • There is a curfew between 11 pm and 5 am. Bars and restaurants can operate until 11pm.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Petrópolis
  • See our Petrópolis Guide

Viscount of Mauá: what is open

  • There is a curfew between 11 pm and 5 am. Bars and restaurants can operate until 11pm.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Resende

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LARGE NORTHERN RIVER

Galinhos: reopened with protocols

Chickens

Galinhos: what’s open

  • The city government closed Galinhos for tourism until April 4.
  • From April 5th to 16th, restaurants can be open from Monday to Saturday until 8pm, but without selling alcoholic beverages. there will be a curfew from Monday to Saturday from 8 pm to 5 am, and during the whole day on Sunday.
  • There is a curfew from 8 pm to 5 am from Monday to Saturday and the whole day on Sunday.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Galinhos
  • See our Galinhos Guide

Christmas: what’s open

  • The state government decreed a curfew between 8 pm and 6 am. Non-essential trade and beaches are closed until April 4.
  • From April 5th to 16th, restaurants can be open from Monday to Saturday until 8pm, but without selling alcoholic beverages. There will be a curfew from Monday to Saturday from 8 pm to 5 am, and during the whole day on Sunday.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Natal
  • See our Christmas Guide

São Miguel do Gostoso: what’s open

  • From March 20 to April 4, only essential trade can open. Restaurants can only operate by delivery.
  • From April 5th to 16th, restaurants can be open from Monday to Saturday until 8pm, but without selling alcoholic beverages. There will be a curfew from Monday to Saturday from 8 pm to 5 am, and during the whole day on Sunday.
  • See the pandemic numbers in São Miguel do Gostoso
  • See our Yummy Guide

Pipa: what is open

  • From March 20 to April 4, only essential trade can open. Restaurants can only operate by delivery.
  • From April 5th to 16th, restaurants can be open from Monday to Saturday until 8pm, but without selling alcoholic beverages. There will be a curfew from Monday to Saturday from 8 pm to 5 am, and during the whole day on Sunday.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Pipa
  • See our Pipa Guide

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RIO GRANDE DO SUL

Lawn: Black Lake

Lawn

Aparados da Serra: what’s open

  • Since March 22, bars and restaurants are open from Monday to Friday until 6pm. At the weekend only supermarkets and pharmacies can open their doors. Until March 31 there is also a curfew between 8 pm and 5 am.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Cambará do Sul

Bento Gonçalves / Vale dos Vinhedos: what’s open

  • Since March 22, bars and restaurants are open from Monday to Friday until 6pm. At the weekend, only supermarkets and pharmacies can open their doors. Until March 31 there is also a curfew between 8 pm and 5 am.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Bento Gonçalves
  • See our Bento Gonçalves Guide

Gramado and Canela: what’s open

  • Since March 22, bars and restaurants are open from Monday to Friday until 6pm. At the weekend, only supermarkets and pharmacies can open their doors. Until March 31 there is also a curfew between 8 pm and 5 am.
  • See pandemic numbers in Gramado and Canela
  • See our Lawn Guide

Porto Alegre: what’s open

  • Since March 22, bars and restaurants are open from Monday to Friday until 6pm. On the weekend, only non-essential trade can open the door. Until March 31 there is also a curfew between 8 pm and 5 am.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Porto Alegre
  • See our Porto Alegre Guide

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SANTA CATARINA

Balneário Camboriú: what’s open

  • The new state decree of activity restrictions goes from March 20 to April 5.
  • Restaurants and bars can operate until 10 pm, but can only serve alcohol until 6 pm. Beaches are only open for individual sports. Beto Carrero World can operate at 25% capacity. The ballad is suspended.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Balneário Camboriú
  • Blumenau: what’s open

    • The new state decree of activity restrictions goes from March 20 to April 5.
    • Restaurants and bars can operate until 10 pm, but can only serve alcohol until 6 pm. The ballad is suspended.
    • See the pandemic numbers in Blumenau

    Bombinhas and Porto Belo: what’s open

    • The new state decree of activity restrictions goes from March 20 to April 5.
    • Restaurants and bars can operate until 10 pm, but can only serve alcohol until 6 pm. Beaches are only open for individual sports. The ballad is suspended.
    • See the pandemic numbers in Bombinhas and Porto Belo

    Florianópolis: what’s open

    • The new state decree of activity restrictions goes from March 20 to April 5.
    • Restaurants and bars can operate until 6pm. Beaches are only open for individual sports. The ballad is suspended.
    • See the pandemic numbers in Florianópolis
    • See our Florianópolis Guide

    Garopaba and Praia do Rosa: what’s open

    • The new state decree of activity restrictions goes from March 20 to April 5.
    • Restaurants and bars can operate until 10 pm, but can only serve alcohol until 6 pm. The ballad is suspended.
    • At Praia do Rosa, access to the beach is prohibited until 6 am on April 5.
    • In Garopaba the beaches are only open for individual sports.
    • See the pandemic numbers in Garopaba and Imbituba

    Penha: what’s open

    • The new state decree of activity restrictions goes from March 20 to April 5.
    • Restaurants and bars can operate until 10 pm, but can only serve alcohol until 6 pm. Beaches are only open for individual sports. Beto Carrero World can operate at 25% capacity. The ballad is suspended.
    • On the weekend, shops, restaurants, beaches and Beto Carrero World remain closed, between 11 pm on Friday and 6 am on Monday.
    • See the pandemic numbers in Penha
    • See our Beto carrero World Guide

    São Joaquim, Bom Jardim da Serra and Urubici: what’s open

    • The new state decree of activity restrictions goes from March 20 to April 5.
    • Restaurants and bars can operate until 10 pm, but can only serve alcohol until 6 pm. The ballad is suspended.
    • See the pandemic numbers in São Joaquim and Bom Jardim da Serra
    • See the pandemic numbers in Urubici

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    SAO PAULO

    Puruba Beach, Ubatuba

    Ubatuba

    Campos do Jordão: what’s open

    • Até 11 de abril vigora a Fase Emergencial, com toque de recolher das 20h às 5h. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e atrações ficam fechados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery. Hotéis e pousadas podem funcionar.
    • Veja os números da pandemia em Campos do Jordão
    • Veja nosso Guia de Campos do Jordão

    Guarujá: o que está aberto

    • De 23 de março a 4 de abril a cidade estará em lockdown. Nos fins de semana, nem supermercados poderão abrir. As praias estão fechadas.
    • Até 11 de abril vigora a Fase Emergencial, com toque de recolher das 20h às 5h. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e atrações ficam fechados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery. Hotéis e pousadas podem funcionar.
    • Está proibido o ingresso de ônibus e vans de turismo.
    • O aluguel de temporada voltou a ser permitido no dia 5 de dezembro.
    • Veja os números da pandemia no Guarujá

    Ilhabela: o que está aberto

    • Até 11 de abril vigora a Fase Emergencial, com toque de recolher das 20h às 5h. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e atrações ficam fechados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery. Hotéis e pousadas podem funcionar.
    • Até 4 de abril é preciso apresentar teste RT-PCR negativo para Covid feito até 48 horas antes do embarque, ou prova de vacinação (duas doses). As praias estão fechadas.
    • Veja os números da pandemia em Ilhabela

    Santo Antônio do Pinhal: o que está aberto

    • Até 11 de abril vigora a Fase Emergencial, com toque de recolher das 20h às 5h. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e atrações ficam fechados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery. Hotéis e pousadas podem funcionar.
    • Veja os números da pandemia em Santo Antônio do Pinhal

    Santos: o que está aberto

    • De 23 de março a 4 de abril a cidade estará em lockdown. Nos fins de semana, nem supermercados poderão abrir. As praias estão fechadas.
    • Está proibido o ingresso de ônibus e vans de turismo.
    • Até 11 de abril vigora a Fase Emergencial, com toque de recolher das 20h às 5h. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e atrações ficam fechados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery. Hotéis e pousadas podem funcionar.
    • Veja os números da pandemia em Santos

    São Paulo (cidade): o que está aberto

    • Até 11 de abril vigora a Fase Emergencial, com toque de recolher das 20h às 5h. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e atrações ficam fechados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery. Hotéis e pousadas podem funcionar.
    • Veja os números da pandemia em São Paulo
    • Veja nosso Guia de São Paulo

    São Sebastião: o que está aberto

    • Até 11 de abril vigora a Fase Emergencial, com toque de recolher das 20h às 5h. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e atrações ficam fechados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery. Hotéis e pousadas podem funcionar.
    • As praias estão fechadas até 4 de abril.
    • Veja os números da pandemia em São Sebastião

    Ubatuba: o que está aberto

    • Até 11 de abril vigora a Fase Emergencial, com toque de recolher das 20h às 5h. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e atrações ficam fechados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery. Hotéis e pousadas podem funcionar.
    • As praias estão fechadas.
    • Até 4 de abril vigora um rodízio de veículos de fora de Ubatuba e do litoral norte: placas pares podem funcionar em dias pares, placas ímpares podem funcionar em dias ímpares.
    • Veja os números da pandemia em Ubatuba

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    SERGIPE

    Cãnion do Xingó

    Cânion do Xingó

    Aracaju: o que está aberto

    • Até 7 de abril, restaurantes só podem abrir de 2ª a 6ª até as 19h. Fim de semana, só delivery.
    • O acesso às praias está proibido nos fins de semana.
    • Veja os números da pandemia em Aracaju
    • Veja nosso Guia de Aracaju

    Xingó: o que está aberto

    • Até 7 de abril, restaurantes só podem abrir de 2ª a 6ª até as 19h. Fim de semana, só delivery.
    • As atividades fluviais estão proibidas nos fins de semana.
    • Veja os números da pandemia em Canindé de São Francisco (SE) e Piranhas (AL)
    • Veja nosso Guia do Xingó

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    TOCANTINS

    Cachoeira do Formiga, Jalapão

    Jalapão

    Jalapão: o que está aberto

    • O Jalapão está aberto para o turismo.
    • Veja os números da pandemia no Jalapão
    • Veja nosso Guia do Jalapão

    Palmas: o que está aberto

    • Até 2 de abril o comércio não-essencial permanecerá fechado em Palmas.
    • Veja os números da pandemia em Palmas

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