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Reserva Beaches, Rio de Janeiro: possible social distance

Travel in Brazil: what is open?

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

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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 PessoaPE | 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

Maragogi: tours running with capacity limitation

Maceió: what’s open

  • Since August 14, Maceió has been in the blue phase of reopening.
  • The beaches are all open, with the tents functioning with social distance.
  • Bars and restaurants can receive 75% of the capacity and open until 2 am.
  • Tours have resumed, and craft fairs are running.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Maceió
  • See our Maceió Guide

Maragogi: what’s open

  • The natural pools in Maragogi were reopened on 17 July. The boats that take to the pools can operate with 50% of the capacity.
  • Restaurants are also open.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Maragogi
  • See our Maragogi Guide

São Miguel dos Milagres: what’s open

  • Hotels, restaurants and receptives in São Miguel dos Milagres and region are authorized to operate since July 7.
  • 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

Teatro Amazonas: open to visitors

Manaus: what’s open

  • From January 25th to at least February 2nd Manaus is under strict lockdown. Only one person per family can leave the house to go to the market or the pharmacy. All non-essential trade is closed. Restaurants can serve only by delivery.
  • 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.
  • The Anavilhanas Lodge and Mirante do Gavião hotels, as well as the river cruises of the Katerre Expedition, have already resumed their activities.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Novo Airão
  • See our Guide to Lodging of Jungle and Amazonian Cruises

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BAHIA

Walk to Mirror Beach

Praia do Espelho: guaranteed social distance

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, Chapada’s biggest postcard, was reopened on December 30th.
  • The crossing of Vale do Pati, Poço Azul and Poço Encantado are still closed.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Chapada Diamantina
  • See our Chapada Diamantina Guide

Ilhéus: what’s open

  • On August 11, Ilhéus allowed the reopening of restaurants and beach huts.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Ilhéus
  • See our Ilheus Guide

Itacaré: what’s open

  • Itacaré reopened on August 14.
  • Visitors only enter the city with a confirmed accommodation reservation.
  • Beach huts and restaurants can receive 50% capacity and operate until 5pm.
  • Restaurants and bars can operate until 10 pm.
  • Pituba shops can operate from 1 pm to 10 pm.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Itacaré
  • See our Itacaré Guide

Morro de São Paulo and Boipeba: what’s open

  • Cairu City Hall reopened tourism in Morro de São Paulo and Boipeba on September 3.
  • Access is only allowed for visitors with confirmed reservations at hostels.
  • 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 Maraú Peninsula reopened to tourism on September 1st.
  • Since October 1st no longer required negative PCR test for the visitor.
  • 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, Santa Cruz Cabrália, Santo André, Trancoso
  • The municipality of Porto Seguro reopened its beaches on August 5.
  • The only district that remained closed, Caraíva reopened September 1.
  • Restaurants with the Porto Mais Seguro seal can operate until 10 pm.
  • The neighboring municipality of Santa Cruz Cabrália had been reopened to tourism since July 15th and promotes the 5th Costa do Descobrimento Lobster Festival from 9 to 18 October.
  • See 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
  • Prado has had beaches, hotels and restaurants reopened since July.
  • 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

  • In Praia do Forte, shops, restaurants (until 8:30 pm), beaches (without tents or agglomerations) and the Tamar Project (with 10% of capacity) reopened on August 3.
  • The complex of Costa do Sauípe already reopened, with new protocols. Meals are à la carte, by appointment. The pool snacks are packed in individual portions. The all-inclusive service continues.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Mata de São João
  • See our Praia do Forte Guide

Salvador: what’s open

  • Salvador has restaurants, bars and shopping malls in operation.
  • The beaches started to be gradually opened on September 21st and are open from Monday to Saturday. Sunday is closed.
  • Among the attractions are the Casa do Rio Vermelho, the Pierre Verger Space of Photography in Bahia, the Carybé das Artes Space and the Church and Convent of São Francisco de Assis.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Salvador
  • See our Salvador Guide

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CEARÁ

Beach Park reopened

Beach Park: reopened with 30% capacity

Aquiraz: what’s open

  • The resorts Dom Pedro Laguna and Carmel Charm are already working.
  • Beach Park reopened on August 10, with 30% capacity.
  • The reopening of the beaches is not yet considered by the city hall.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Aquiraz

Canoa Quebrada: what’s open

  • Canoa Quebrada reopened for tourism on September 1st.
  • During Carnival 2021, restaurants can only open until 8pm. Parties are prohibited, including in beach huts.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Canoa Quebrada (Aracati)
  • See our Canoe Quebrada Guide

Flecheiras: what’s open

  • Flecheiras hostels and hotels, Guajiru and Mundaú are working.
  • Beach huts open until 4pm and restaurants until 11pm.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Trairi
  • See our Flecheiras Guide

Fortaleza: what’s open

  • In Fortaleza, restaurants and beach huts are working.
  • Beach Park, in neighboring Aquiraz, reopened on August 10.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Fortaleza
  • See our Fortaleza Guide

Fortim: what’s open

  • Fortim hostels operate normally.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Fortim
  • See our Icaraizinho Guide

Icaraizinho de Amontada: what’s open

  • The inns of Icaraizinho de Amontada are all working.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Amontada
  • See our Icaraizinho Guide

Jericoacoara: what’s open

  • The village of Jericoacoara reopened for tourism on August 8.
  • The tours are also released since August 8.
  • Between 10 and 17 February there will be a sanitary barrier at the entrance of the city preventing the entry of visitors without reservation of accommodation.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Jericoacoara
  • See our Jericoacoara Guide

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FEDERAL DISTRICT

Brasilia what's open

Brasília: closed to tourism

Brasilia: what’s open

  • Shopping and restaurants in Brasília have been reopened since July 15.
  • Among the reopened attractions are the JK Memorial, the Cathedral (reduced hours) and the Água Mineral Park. The Mirante da Torre de TV reopened on October 1st.
  • The catamaran trips on Lake Paranoá da Mar de Brasília started again on weekends.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Brasilia
  • See our Brasilia Guide

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HOLY SPIRIT

Moqueca Capixaba

Moqueca capixaba: restaurants open until 6pm

Vitória, Vila Velha and Guarapari: what’s open

  • Vitória, Vila Velha and Guarapari are in the ‘low risk’ phase of the state government.
  • Restaurants and bars can operate without time restrictions.
  • The beaches are also cleared.
  • Cinemas, theaters and fairs have been open since October 5.
  • Among the attractions, the Convento da Penha is reopened daily, with limited hours. The Galpão das Paneleiras in Vitória is open from Monday to Friday. Other popular attractions, however, such as the Vale Museum in Vitória and the visit to the Garoto Factory in Vila Velha, remain closed.
  • 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, reopened

Caldas Novas: what’s open

  • Caldas Novas reopened for tourism on July 10.
  • Hotels and inns can host 50% of their capacity.
  • Water parks can operate at 50% capacity. Tour buses remain banned until August 31.
  • Restaurants are open from Monday to Saturday until 10 pm (bars, only until 8 pm).
  • The Moonlight Fair can operate until 10 pm.
  • Hot Park and Rio Quente Resorts (located in the municipality of Rio Quente) have reopened.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Caldas Novas
  • See our Guide to Caldas Novas

Chapada dos Veadeiros: what’s open

  • Chapada dos Veadeiros reopens to tourism on August 18th.
  • But be warned: Cachoeira Santa Bárbara, in Cavalcante, has no forecast of reopening.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Chapada dos Veadeiros
  • See our Chapada dos Veadeiros Guide

Pirenópolis: what’s open

  • Pirenópolis reopened for tourism on August 14.
  • Pousadas can host up to 65% of their capacity.
  • Restaurants can operate at 50% capacity. Buffets remain prohibited.
  • Attractives can work at 50% capacity. The use of a mask is mandatory.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Pirenópolis

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MARANHÃO

Lençóis Maranhenses: how to get to Santo Amaro

Lençóis Maranhenses operating with 55% vehicle capacity

Chapada das Mesas: what’s open

  • The attractions Pedra Caída, in Carolina, and Poço Azul, in Riachão, are reopened, operating with reduced capacity.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Chapada das Mesas
  • See our Chapada das Mesas Guide

Lençóis Maranhenses: what’s open

  • The Lençóis Maranhenses National Park was reopened to visitation in early July. Passenger vehicles can carry up to 55% of capacity. Bathing in the lagoons is allowed.
  • Inns and restaurants are also working.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Lençóis Maranhenses
  • See our Lençóis Maranhenses Guide

São Luís: what’s open

  • São Luís restaurants have already reopened. Museums remain closed.
  • See the pandemic numbers in São Luís
  • See our São Luís Guide

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MATO GROSSO

Chapada dos Guimaraes

Chapada dos Guimarães: still closed

Bom Jardim (Nobres): what’s open

  • Some attractions of the district of Bom Jardim, in Nobres, opened again on August 7.
  • They are working, with scheduling and 70% of capacity: Cerrado Viewpoint, Enchanted Kingdom, Encantado Aquarium and Lagoa das Araras.
  • 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’s open

  • With fires under control, some hotels and lodges remain open.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Poconé

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MATO GROSSO DO SUL

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

Bonito: reopened

Bonito: what’s open

  • Bonito reopened for tourism on July 1st.
  • All the main attractions / tours are working, with limited number of participants and bio-security protocols.
  • Only the Campo Grande airport is back up and running. Bonito airport remains closed.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Bonito and Jardim
  • See our Bonito Guide

Corumbá (Pantanal Sul): what’s open

  • In the South Pantanal tourism is reopened.
  • Corumbá’s fishing hotel boats are operating.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Corumbá

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MINAS GERAIS

May Day Holiday: Tiradentes

Tiradentes

Belo Horizonte: what’s open

  • Belo Horizonte closes all non-essential trade again on January 11, indefinitely. Restaurants can only operate by delivery.
  • The main museums remain closed.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Belo Horizonte
  • See our Belo Horizonte Guide

Brumadinho: what’s open

  • The inns in the region (such as Serra da Moeda) are working.
  • On January 7, Inhotim closed again. It must remain closed at least until January 17th.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Brumadinho
  • See our Inhotim and region guide

Capitol: what’s open

  • The hostels of Capitol are reopened.
  • Tour buses are prohibited.
  • Vessels can take trips on the lake with a maximum of 30 passengers.
  • On August 14, the canyons were released for tours, but with a maximum of 75% of the vessels’ capacity.
  • See pandemic numbers on Capitol Hill

Diamantina: what’s open

  • Restaurants and B & Bs Diamantina are reopened.
  • The 2020 Vespers, however, are happening virtually.
  • The dates for the 2021 Vespers are already out (see on here).
  • See the pandemic numbers in Diamantina
  • See our Diamantina Guide

Gonçalves: what’s open

  • Gonçalves hostels, restaurants and tours are working.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Gonçalves
  • See our Gonçalves Guide

Ouro Preto: what’s open

  • Ouro Preto and Lavras Novas hostels are working.
  • Restaurants operate normally.
  • The churches of São Francisco de Assis, Santa Efigênia and the Basilica of Nossa Senhora do Pilar reopened for visitation on October 9th. The Aleijadinho Museum, which operates in the church of São Francisco, has also returned to work.
  • The Museum of Inconfidência and the Oratory Museum remain closed.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Ouro Preto
  • See our Ouro Preto Guide

Monte Verde: what’s open

  • Monte Verde went through a lockdown between 16 January and 25 January, but it is already working again.
  • 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

  • Since the end of December Tiradentes regressed to the red wave.
  • Attractions (including Maria Fumaça) are closed.
  • Restaurants and bars can only serve by delivery.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Tiradentes
  • See our Tiradentes Guide

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Alter do Chão

Alter do Chão: liberated beaches

Alter do Chão: what’s open

  • Since February 1, 2021 Alter do Chão and the entire region of Baixo Amazonas are under black flag – total lockdown. The intention is to stop the spread of the new variant of the virus, which arrives by river.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Santarém
  • See our Alter do Chão Guide

Belém: what’s open

  • On January 21, Belém banned the operation of bars, concerts and parties. Restaurants can only operate until 8pm.
  • Ver-o-Peso, Estação das Docas, museums and the Mangal das Garças are open.
  • The Theatro da Paz has not yet resumed guided tours.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Belém
  • See our Belém Guide

Marajó: what’s open

  • On the island of Marajó, inns and restaurants are in operation.
  • Soure and Salvaterra have some beaches released for use and swimming.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Soure and Salvaterra

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PARAÍBA

Camboinha Beach, Cabedelo

Cabedelo beaches, like Camboinha, reopened for bathers

João Pessoa: what’s open

  • João Pessoa reopened shops and restaurants, which can operate until 10 pm.
  • The beaches were allowed to remain in the sand and swim in the sea on August 24th. (Cabedelo’s beaches have been cleared since August 8.)
  • Parque do Jacaré, in Cabedelo, reopened on August 8. Catamaran tours at sunset are free.
  • 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: closed borders, open waterfalls

Curitiba: what’s open

  • January 27th Curitiba returned to the orange flag.
  • The trade can operate until 20h. Restaurants, until 10 pm. Bars remain closed. There is a curfew from 11 pm to 5 am.
  • The Tingüi (Ukrainian houses), Tanguá (artificial waterfall), Jardim Botânico (art-nouveau greenhouse) and Bosque Alemão (João and Maria trail) parks are now reopened.
  • The Oscar Niemeyer Museum reopened on October 16.
  • Linha Turismo, the city’s city tour bus, resumed operations on November 7.
  • The Serra Verde Express train, which takes Morretes through Serra da Graciosa, is working.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Curitiba
  • See our Curitiba Guide

Foz do Iguaçu: what’s open

  • In Foz do Iguaçu, Brazilian waterfalls, Itaipu and Marco das 3 Fronteiras are open. Parque das Aves reopened on September 1st.
  • Shops and restaurants are open with capacity restrictions.
  • The Friendship Bridge, which connects Foz to Ciudad del Este in Paraguay, will be reopened on October 15th.
  • 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: raft trips resumed

Fernando de Noronha: what’s open

  • Fernando de Noronha made a first reopening for tourism on September 1st, only for visitors who already had Covid-19.
  • From October 10, however, passengers with a negative covid PCR test taken on the day before or on the day of travel will be able to board. See all protocols in this post.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Fernando de Noronha
  • See our Fernando de Noronha Guide

Recife: what’s open

  • In Recife, bars and restaurants are functioning normally. On January 15th, however, music (live or mechanical) was banned.
  • The beaches were reopened for sunbathing and sea bathing on July 16.
  • The Brennand Workshop reopened on September 12th. The Ricardo Brennand Institute reopened on October 2. Paço do Frevo is already reopened. The Cais do Sertão museum reopened on October 1st. Olinda’s churches are open to visitors.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Recife
  • See our Recife Guide

Porto de Galinhas: what’s open

  • The beaches of Porto de Galinhas are open for exercise and sea bathing from 4 am to 4 pm. The use of a mask is mandatory. Kiosks and tents started working again on September 1st.
  • Raft trips to natural pools are already authorized again.
  • Bars and restaurants can open until 10 pm, serving exclusively seated customers.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Ipojuca
  • See our Porto de Galinhas Guide

Praia dos Carneiros: what’s open

  • The beaches of Tamandaré, including Praia dos Carneiros, were released on July 20.
  • The beach bars have already opened and boat trips are also allowed.
  • 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

Piauiense coast: kitesurfing season

Barra Grande do Piauí: what’s open

  • Inns and restaurants are already working in Barra Grande do Piauí.
  • The beaches reopened on September 8.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Cajueiro da Praia
  • See our Barra Grande do Piauí Guide

Parnaíba: what’s open

  • The Parnaíba Delta reopened for tours on August 17.
  • Parnaíba beaches reopened on September 8.
  • The beaches in the neighboring municipality of Luís Correia have been open since 17 August.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Parnaíba
  • See our Parnaíba Guide

Serra da Capivara: what’s open

  • The Serra da Capivara National Park reopened on September 8. The American Man and Nature museums remain closed.
  • 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: attractions reopen

Angra dos Reis and Ilha Grande: what’s open

  • Angra dos Reis and Big Island reopened for tourism on August 15th.
  • The transport to Ilha Grande is being operated from Angra dos Reis and Mangaratiba. Transportation via Conceição do Jacareí has ​​not yet returned.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Angra dos Reis

Buzios: what’s open

  • The city hall of Búzios managed to reverse the court decision that determined the city’s lockdown. As a result, the decree of December 10, which allows the operation of establishments with 50% of capacity, remains valid.
  • To pass the entry barrier, you must present the QR code of a confirmed reservation.
  • Day tourists are not allowed.
  • Since September 9, the beaches are free for sunbathing from Monday to Friday. On Saturday and Sunday physical activities are allowed in the sand and at sea and stay in kiosks outside the sand (on beaches like Ferradura, Geribá, João Fernandes and Azeda).
  • See the pandemic numbers in Buzios
  • See our Buzios Guide

Arraial do Cabo and Cabo Frio: what’s open

  • Arraial do Cabo and Cabo Frio are reopened for tourism.
  • Cabo Frio, which even demanded PCR testing from visitors, suspended the requirement on January 20. But rental of seasonal properties remains prohibited. See details here.
  • To enter Arraial do Cabo it is necessary to present QR code for booking accommodation or tour.
  • In Arraial do Cabo, Praia Grande, Prainha and Praia dos Anjos have unrestricted access. Praia do Forno had its access by trail released at the end of September, with a maximum limit of 395 visitors per day.
  • Prainhas do Pontal do Atalaia are accessible by taxi, boat trip or boat-taxi. Private cars cannot reach the location.
  • 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

  • Since the beginning of July, bars, restaurants and gyms in Rio de Janeiro have been authorized to operate.
  • The beaches were legally allowed to remain on the sand and chairs and umbrellas were rented on November 3rd.
  • Cinemas and theaters can now function again.
  • On December 11, parking on the edge of the South Zone was again banned and the closing of the waterfront lanes and Aterro do Flamengo was suspended for leisure on Sundays and holidays.
  • Cristo Redentor, the Sugarloaf Mountain and the Rio Star Ferris Wheel, Jardim Botânico, Museum of Tomorrow, M.A.R., Casa Roberto Marinho, MAM, CCBB and Ilha Fiscal are working.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Rio de Janeiro
  • See our Rio de Janeiro Guide

Paraty: what’s open

  • Paraty reopened for tourism on August 1. Tour buses are prohibited.
  • Bars can open until 10 pm and restaurants until 11 pm.
  • Tours are operating with reduced vessel capacity.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Paraty
  • See our Paraty Guide

Petrópolis: what’s open

  • In Petrópolis, most of the inns are open.
  • The tour of Cervejaria Bohemia returned to work on October 8, with 50% of capacity.
  • The Imperial Museum awaits authorization from the Brazilian Museum Institute to reopen.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Petrópolis
  • See our Petrópolis Guide

Viscount of Mauá: what’s open

  • The municipalities of Resende (where Viscount of Mauá) and Itatiaia reopened inns and restaurants.
  • The Itatiaia National Park is open from Wednesday to Sunday, both the Low and High Part, with limited attractions (check what you can visit at park website).
  • See the pandemic numbers in Resende

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LARGE NORTHERN RIVER

Galinhos: reopened with protocols

Galinhos: reopened with protocols

Galinhos: what’s open

  • The Galinhos peninsula reopened for tourism on August 10.
  • Only visitors provided with confirmed reservations for accommodation or tours can access the peninsula.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Galinhos
  • See our Galinhos Guide

Christmas: what’s open

  • The trade returned to work in Natal still in June. Shopping centers were able to reopen on July 28.
  • Also since July 28, bars and restaurants can be open until 11pm.
  • The beach huts started working again on July 29th.
  • The tours (buggy in Genipabu, parrachos in Maracajaú and Perobas, lagoons) were also resumed.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Natal
  • See our Christmas Guide

São Miguel do Gostoso: what’s open

  • Gostoso started reopening for tourism on July 17th.
  • Pousadas can receive up to 50% of the capacity, restaurants can open until 9:30 pm.
  • The city’s beaches are only allowed for sports – including kitesurfing and windsurfing
  • Tourinho beach, 5 km away, has reopened its tents and has been bathing since 2 August.
  • Sanitary barriers on the road only allow tourists to enter with previously confirmed hotel reservations.
  • See the pandemic numbers in São Miguel do Gostoso
  • See our Yummy Guide

Pipa: what is open

  • Shops, restaurants and beaches have been open in Tibau do Sul and Pipa since July 1st.
  • You must wear a mask on the beach.
  • Bars and restaurants need to close at 11 pm, and drinking alcohol is prohibited on the street
  • See the pandemic numbers in Pipa
  • See our Pipa Guide

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RIO GRANDE DO SUL

Lawn: Black Lake

Lawn: orange flag

Aparados da Serra: what’s open

  • Under the orange flag, the canyons of Serra’s Trimmings open from Tuesday to Sunday from 8 am to 5 pm, until reaching a limit of 500 visitors.
  • The inns and hotels, like the Parador Cambará do Sul they have been reopened for a long time.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Cambará do Sul

Bento Gonçalves / Vale dos Vinhedos: what’s open

  • Bento Gonçalves is under a red flag until at least January 11, 2021. But through the co-management system, the city can adopt orange flag protocols.
  • Visits to wineries are working.
  • Restaurants in Vale dos Vinhedos and Caminhos de Pedra can receive 50% of the capacity.
  • Maria Fumaça’s tour between Bento Gonçalves and Garibaldi is also working.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Bento Gonçalves
  • See our Bento Gonçalves Guide

Gramado e Canela: what’s open

  • Gramado and Canela are under a red flag until at least January 11, 2021. But under the co-management system, cities have implemented orange flag protocols.
  • Restaurants can operate with open doors at 50% capacity.
  • Parks and museums can also receive 50% of the capacity. Snowland reopened on December 18th.
  • See pandemic numbers in Gramado and Canela
  • See our Lawn Guide

Porto Alegre: what’s open

  • Porto Alegre is under a red flag until at least January 11, 2021.
  • Shops, restaurants and bars can operate every day, with capacity restrictions.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Porto Alegre
  • See our Porto Alegre Guide

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SANTA CATARINA

Balneário Camboriú: what’s open

  • In Balneário Camboriú the trade is working. Restaurants and bars can now open during normal hours.
  • On the beaches only individual physical activities are allowed.
  • Ballads remain closed.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Balneário Camboriú

Blumenau: what’s open

  • Since August 10, hotels in Blumenau returned to accept guests.
  • From August 17th on, restaurants, bars and shops started working again on weekends.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Blumenau

Bombinhas and Porto Belo: what’s open

  • Bombinhas’ beaches were reopened for bathing on October 7.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Bombinhas and Porto Belo

Florianópolis: what’s open

  • Florianópolis is still classified as a ‘serious risk’ region. But hotels, shopping malls and restaurants are working.
  • In summer the beaches are free for occupation without agglomeration.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Florianópolis
  • See our Florianópolis Guide

Garopaba and Praia do Rosa: what’s open

  • In Garopaba and on Praia do Rosa (which belongs to the municipality of Imbituba), the beaches are free in the summer. Restaurants and bars can operate every day.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Garopaba and Imbituba

Penha: what’s open

  • Beto Carrero World continues to function (see days on opening calendar).
  • See the pandemic numbers in Penha
  • See our Beto carrero World Guide

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

  • In July, the main cities of Serra Catarinense (Saint joaquim, Bom Jardim da Serra and Urubici) carried out a semi-lockdown, but at the end of the month they relaxed the tourism business.
  • Inns, viewpoints, wineries and restaurants are open, with a limit of 40% of the public capacity.
  • 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: beaches open now also on weekends

Campos do Jordão: what’s open

  • Until February 7 Campos do Jordão is under the red flag at night and weekends. Non-essential shops, restaurants and bars are only open from Monday to Friday until 8 pm, remaining closed on weekends and holidays. Restaurants can operate by delivery.
  • On February 8, the orange phase returns: shops and restaurants open until 8 pm.
  • The parks are also open.
  • See the pandemic numbers in Campos do Jordão
  • See our Campos do Jordão Guide

Guarujá: what’s open

  • Until February 7 the Guaruja it is under the red flag at night and weekends. Non-essential shops, restaurants and bars are only open from Monday to Friday until 8 pm, remaining closed on weekends and holidays. Restaurants can operate by delivery.
  • Dia 8 de fevereiro volta a fase laranja: comércio e restaurantes abertos até as 20h.
  • As praias seguem abertas.
  • 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

  • Dia 25 de janeiro Ilhabela está sob a bandeira vermelha à noite e fins de semana. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e bares abrem apenas de 2ª a 6ª até as 20h, permanecendo fechados nos fins de semana e feriados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery.
  • As praias seguem abertas, com recomendação de manter distanciamento social.
  • Veja os números da pandemia em Ilhabela

Santo Antônio do Pinhal: o que está aberto

  • Até 7 de janeiro Santo Antônio do Pinhal está sob a bandeira vermelha à noite e fins de semana. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e bares abrem apenas de 2ª a 6ª até as 20h, permanecendo fechados nos fins de semana e feriados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery.
  • Dia 8 de fevereiro volta a fase laranja: comércio e restaurantes abertos até as 20h.
  • Veja os números da pandemia em Santo Antônio do Pinhal

Santos: o que está aberto

  • Até 7 de fevereiro Santosestá sob a bandeira vermelha à noite e fins de semana. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e bares abrem apenas de 2ª a 6ª até as 20h, permanecendo fechados nos fins de semana e feriados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery.
  • Dia 8 de fevereiro volta a fase laranja: comércio e restaurantes abertos até as 20h.
  • As praias seguem abertas nos dias de fase vermelha, mas para atividades físicas, sem uso de guarda-sol e cadeira.
  • Veja os números da pandemia em Santos

São Paulo (cidade): o que está aberto

  • Até 7 de fevereiro São Paulo ficará na fase vermelha à noite e nos fins de semana. Restaurantes, bares e comércio não-essencial (incluindo shoppings) só podem funcionar de 2ª a 6ª até as 20h. No fim de semana precisam fechar. Restaurantes podem continuar atendendo por delivery nos horários em que estão fechados.
  • Dia 8 de fevereiro volta a fase laranja: comércio e restaurantes abertos até as 20h.
  • Veja os números da pandemia em São Paulo
  • Veja nosso Guia de São Paulo

São Sebastião: o que está aberto

  • Até 7 de fevereiro São Sebastião está sob a bandeira vermelha à noite e fins de semana. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e bares abrem apenas de 2ª a 6ª até as 20h, permanecendo fechados nos fins de semana e feriados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery.
  • Dia 8 de fevereiro volta a fase laranja: comércio e restaurantes abertos até as 20h.
  • As praias seguem abertas.
  • Veja os números da pandemia em São Sebastião

Ubatuba: o que está aberto

  • Até 7 de fevereiro Ubatuba está sob a bandeira vermelha à noite e fins de semana. Comércio não-essencial, restaurantes e bares abrem apenas de 2ª a 6ª até as 20h, permanecendo fechados nos fins de semana e feriados. Restaurantes podem funcionar por delivery.
  • Dia 8 de fevereiro volta a fase laranja: comércio e restaurantes abertos até as 20h.
  • As praias seguem abertas.
  • Veja os números da pandemia em Ubatuba

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SERGIPE

Cãnion do Xingó

Cânion do Xingó, ainda fechado para passeios

Aracaju: o que está aberto

  • Aracaju, como todo o estado de Sergipe, passou para a bandeira amarela.
  • Comércio, restaurantes e bares estão abertos (bares, apenas até 22h). As praias foram liberadas dia 28 de agosto.
  • Os passeios ao cânion do Xingó foram retomados dia 21 de agosto.
  • Veja os números da pandemia em Aracaju
  • Veja nosso Guia de Aracaju

Xingó: o que está aberto

  • Tanto Canindé de São Francisco, na margem sergipana do São Francisco, quanto Piranhas, na margem alagoana, reabriram seus hotéis e autorizaram a retomada dos passeios de barco aos cânions no dia 21 de agosto.
  • 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 ainda está fechado para o turismo

Jalapão: o que está aberto

  • O governo do Tocantins reabriu o parque do Jalapão ao turismo dia 30 de setembro.
  • Veja os números da pandemia no Jalapão
  • Veja nosso Guia do Jalapão

Palmas: o que está aberto

  • Dia 6 de agosto terminou o toque de recolher entre 20h e 5h decretado pela prefeitura.
  • Comércio e restaurantes podem funcionar normalmente, apesar do número crescente de casos na cidade.
  • Praias estão teoricamente fechadas, mas a regra não está sendo seguida.
  • Veja os números da pandemia em Palmas

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