Boat & road trip on the Green Coast of Rio de Janeiro

Nice waves, no crowd.

For those who always wanted to experience the uniqueness of Brazil, we can offer a magical journey filled with excitement and adventure.

In Rio de Janeiro our guide meet at airport where we start our roadtrip.

2 days in Rio to chill and feel the marvelous big city atmosphere then we heading to Paraty to spend most of our time on the gorgeous Green Coast with pristine beaches. 

Ilha Grande is the right place for ecotourism and the Island is noted for its scenic beauty, unspoilt tropical beaches, luxuriant vegetation and rugged landscape.

In the boat trip we do stops to Surfing, Stand-up-paddling, snorkeling with fish, turtles and a immense marine life to be seen in the emerald waters. Along the journeys if luck hit us, dolphins or whales may be seen.

The best Boat & Roadtrip to discover a world of contrast, charming colonial heritage sites, fishermen villages and to explore tropical islands by boat.


Airfare not included. You must fly to Rio de Janeiro International airport (GIG). Rio de Janeiro is the second biggest city in Brazil.


Outdoor Norway™ will be offering pick-up service from the Rio de Janeiro International Airport and take care of all transportation during the trip.

5 days on road & 6 days by boat.


Along the way in 8 nights we will stay in 4 different beach lodges in large twin rooms. All accomodations offer clean and fresh bedding with wifi, television and other amenities.

Wild Part: For 2 nights we staying at fisherman house, here you’ll feel the luxury of a simple life in a paradisiac beach. This is not available in the real state market!


Good breakfast is included in our accomodation.

Lunches and dinners is not included and in the evenings we go out together to eat in some local delicious restaurants in beautiful places that our guides booked. There is vast option of tasty and exotic cousine.

At wild part of the trip there is an exemption. Having all meals included for this 3 days period. At first night we head to a local family home of natives to have a traditional meal. In the two other nights our staff ensures to cook a nice fisherman meal and exclusive Brazilian BBQ.

Our friendly and experienced guides will make sure to take care of you during all the days you are on the spot. Your task is to focus on the surf, outdoor activities, enjoy barbecues and have a great time, our task is to ensure that this happens.

Surfing: The size of the beachs means that there are few different spots to surf, you should not have to keep track of which one is best for the day your guide solves everything and will advise the right spot according your level and expectations for the day. If you want a break from surfing take afternoons to go snorkeling or SUP Paddling at sunset.


This trip fits those desire something totaly new, a classic colonial city tour & adventure surf trip. A Boat & Roadtrip with cool people will create a lovely community to take home or to the office. Cosy evenings, early mornings in the lineup, wonderful beach and wild life is sure to give you a ride all want to do again.

If you never ever handle a surfboard before join us on this surf trip and remember to add surf lessons in your package which also includes the surfboard. We’ll coach everything from scratch and if you have a couple of weeks surfing in your luggage you’re welcome because there is a perfect chance to improving, or if you can surf good then just run our base package and get tips and tricks from the guide in place.

The concave shape of those beach-breaks make surf possible for all levels. The beach corners and water channels are often favorable place for learning and improving due the friendly waves while the outsider is perfect for advanced surfing level.


Part I – Rio de Janeiro

Day 1 – Arrive in Rio, pick up at airport drive to lodge in Barra da Tijuca. Evening beach tour.
Day 2 – Morning surfing. Afternoon sightseeing with option to paraglider tandem flight if weather is good. Evening transfer Rio to Paraty.

Part II – Paraty
Day 3 – Roadtrip to surf in a deserted beach, a true paradise reached 45 minutes by car followed by 20 minutes walking trail. Evening tour in historical colonial city of Paraty.
Day 4 – Roadtrip to surf and visiting the Village of Trindade. Afternoon waterfall bath and visit to a local native Indians village. Evening tour in historical colonial city of Paraty.

Part III – Esmerald Coast, Ecological Reserve of Joatinga
Day 5 – Boat-trip into Mamanguá fjord with stop to swim, snorkelling relax and eat. Activities as snorkelling then hiking to Mamanguá’s Peak. Afternoon SUP/Canoe to the mangrove or Snorkelling

Day 6 – Boat trip to a desert beach for surf and SUP. Inhospitable place only access by boat or a day hiking, at this place there is only one house from a fisherman so we staying there. 
Day 7 – Morning and afternoon Surf.  Hiking is optional activity.

Part IV – Ilha Grande (Big Island)
Day 8 – Boat trip to Ilha Grande  logest boat ride up to 3 hours journey. Afternoon Surf and SUP in Aventureiros beach. Overnight at Abraão Beach.

Day 9 – Morning hiking 6km to access a deserted beach to surf. The return in the afternoon is made by boat. Overnight at Abraão Beach.

Day 10 – This is a flexible day and we have two good options to pick out as a group, means we go as the group majority desire.

Day 11 – Chill breakfast then leave Ilha Grande at 11am. Transfer to Rio Airport.


  • 1 Night in Rio de Janeiro.
  • 3 Nights in Paraty
  • 1 Night in Mamanguá
  • 2 Nights in our Secret Spot
  • 3 Nights in Ilha Grande


Paraty and the Protection Area of Cairuçu is located at State of Rio de Janeiro close on the border with the State of São Paulo, in Brazil. At sea, its area covers 63 islands. Within this Protection is the Joatinga Ecologic Reserve, the Paraty-Mirim Ecological Park and two Indian reservations with their respective villages (Araponga and Paraty-Mirim).

Ilha Grande: a very nice and decently sheltered bay in itself, Surfing in Lopez Mendez Beach supposedly the most beautiful in Brazil ranked by Vogue Magazine, anyway still around 100 unspoilt beaches around the Island so you can decide yourself which one is the most. The seas around the island which are also protected, feature a unique convergence of tropical, subtropical and temperate-zone marine life and may be the only waters in the world where it is possible to see corals and tropical fish along with Magellanic penguins and southern right whales.


Once you have come up on this trip there is no urge to go home, however after 12 days the risk is that some colleagues will be staying on the beach while the rest of you go back to Norway.


22 November 2016 until 02 Desember 2016


NOK 14.550,00

50% payment at booking, 50% payment 3 weeks before trip start date.


Rio de Janeiro International Airport (GIG).


We do not booking international flights for our guests. A great tool to view different flight options at the best available rates is Google Flights or skyscanner

Flights from Norway to Rio usually cost in between NOK. 7.000,00 to 9.000,00

Flights from most European countries to Rio usually cost in between € 600,00 to 800,00

Travel time from the Intercontinental European airports to Rio de Janeiro Airport is in between 10 to 11 hours.

Getting there and Back

We will be offering airport pick-up from the Rio de Janeiro International Airport on Day 1 at 2:00 p.m. The pick up point is at the end of the arrivals lane where our Guides will be holding a sign with our company name on it.
So it is imperative that you are there on time, at 2:00 p.m. sharp! It is 50 minutes drive to the Lodge.
We do not offer airport pick-up prior to Day 1 or outside of the scheduled time listed above. There is a hotel besides the airport, Taxi and Uber service works good in Rio.


This Ride ends in the afternoon of Day 11.
On Day 11, your guides will be doing drop offs at the Rio de Janeiro International Airport at 3:00 p.m.
If staying a few extra days, there’s many hotels in Rio.
Drop-offs will be offered on Day 11 only.


All travelers require a valid passport (with a minimum of 6 months validity). Brazil apply the reciprocity law so European passport have 90 days to stay as tourist without need to apply for a Tourist Visa.


Please visit the MD Travel Health website and navigate to your destination country for information about any vaccinations you may require prior to traveling, or please visit your local travel clinic for the most up to date information.


The Brazilian currency is the Real ( R$ ). For the latest currency exchange information use a Currency Exchange Calculator


Generally, the best way to get local currency is to use local ATMs when you arrive. The local banks will charge you a small fee to do this, and the exchange rate is very little. We’d reccomend come with Euro, US dolar or British Pound, they are easy to exchange at airport. Visa and Mastercard are accepted at all places.


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Internet is available in most of the accommodations. We’re glad to inform that in the wild part of the trip there will be no better connection than Nature.
Good mobile G4 signal & coverage in roads and towns.


Aside from lunches and dinners, there are no required additional expenses for this trip, but you might like to take spending money for such things as souvenir shopping and nightlife.


Laundry is available in 2 nights. Please talk to your Guides to arrange.


Paraty is a small town backed by mountains on Brazil’s Costa Verde, between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Its Portuguese colonial center has cobbled streets and 17th- and 18th-century buildings dating to its time as a port, during the Brazilian Gold Rush. Among its architectural landmarks is the waterfront Capela de Santa Rita, a whitewashed church built in 1722. Once Brazil’s primary port during the era of the Portuguese empire, Paraty marked the final destination of the Estrada Real that snaked down from Minas Gerais: a money trail of gold, diamonds and coffee on its way to Europe.  In a bid for greater efficiency, the route was then changed to Rio and Paraty slipped off the radar.  Accessible only by boat and surrounded by thick tropical forest, the small fisherman’s colony was left to its own devices amongst the colonial mansions and cobbled streets until the Rio-Santos road was built in the 1970’s and put it back on the map.  After the first trickle of visitors from Sao Paulo arrived to rent rooms in fisherman’s houses, word quickly caught on about the perfectly preserved colonial streets and abundant natural beauty and Brazilian captains of industry were soon staking out their spots on the 63 virgin islands that stretch along the coast to Angra.

Ecological Reserve of Joatinga 

Ecological Reserve of Joatinga. Practically deserted coast,  great fishing, a beach bar or 2, a pond, forested shores, white beaches where you will have the privilege to see fishermen traditional lifestyle. Some sailors stay here for weeks.


In most season, October to April the weather is hot, average in between 22 to 34 degrees celsius. Water temperature depends of current that comes from Patagonia, average is 20 degrees celsius. Rainfall preciptaion monthly is 84mm

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