Accommodation, Rio de Janeiro and South East

Pousada Naturalia

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Pousada Naturalia is situated within Ilha Grande’s main settlement, Abraão village, just off the coast between Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. The town centre and a stunning white sand beach are both a short walk away. The pousada’s owners are very environmentally conscious, using solar heating for the water supply to 8 of the rooms and sustainable sources of timber and stone for the construction of the buildings.

There are 4 double rooms, 4 triple rooms and 4 larger rooms capable of accommodating 4 people each. All have an en suite bathroom, air- conditioning, ceiling fan, minibar, safety deposit box and small private verandah with hammocks. All are positioned for great views towards the beautiful turquoise sea.

The helpful, bilingual owner will readily provide information and tips on where to visit and what to do on the island.

Pousada Naturalia is in an excellent location for convenient exploration of the lovely island which possesses many secluded beaches for swimming and snorkelling and miles of pristine Atlantic rainforest to explore.

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Facilities

En suite air-conditioned rooms, with ceiling fans, mini bar, private veranda and hammocks, and a safe in the rooms. Wi-Fi is available in the dining room and reception area.

Optional Activities

Visit some of Ilha Grande's 107 beaches, explore trails through the rainforest and take sea-kayaking excursions.

John Melton

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Brazil tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

We really enjoyed every aspect [of the Jaguar Research Centre]… highlights included jaguar attacking giant otters near the camp (we have a couple of photos of this amazing behaviour!). Harpy eagle chick at Hotel Amazonica and adult at Cristalino. Total of 6 jaguar sightings. Total of nearly 300 spp. Birds including 5 spp. Macaws. Seeing an as yet undescribed species of poison dart frog.

Prof M H - Devon