Tucked away like a hidden gem on the northern coast of Brazil, Jericoacoara is a small village community that is buzzing with tourism, yet allows you to feel like you are a million miles away from the rest of civilization. It is a village that appeals to hipsters, beach bums, and business people who want to relax on the beach and enjoy some peace and quiet. Jericoacoara is still largely untouched by modern civilization and is not easily accessed by standard vehicle transportation. It is a village that consists of four main streets, a few restaurants and boutique stores, and natural attractions as far as the eye can see. If this place feels like your idea of the perfect vacation getaway, you can fly to Jericoacoara Airport for quick access to this resort community, and Skyscanner can get you there for the best possible price.
Jericoacoara Airport (JJD) is a new facility operating in the region that opened up for flight traffic in early 2017. It is a single terminal facility that offers flights with GOL Linhas Aereas and Azul Airlines from select Brazilian cities. Travelers from the United States will need to catch at least one connecting flight to get to this airport. Jericoacoara Airport also hosts private charter flights to and from the village. This is a small airport with a single runway and limited amenities for travelers. The airport is located approximately 22 miles from the village, and it can take over an hour to get to the area hotels due to limited roads and transportation options.
Getting to Jericoacoara from the Airport
Getting to Jericoacoara from the airport can be somewhat tricky due to its remote location. It is almost impossible to drive a standard car through the rough and rugged roads, so take advantage of guided local transportation this place has to offer. You can reserve a guided 4x4 trip from the airport, which also includes sightseeing yours. There are also local van and bus services hosted by Micro Onibus that will pick you up from the airport and take you to your final destination. It will take an hour or longer to get from the airport to the village.
International Travel to Jericoacoara
Jericoacoara is considered to be a peaceful and relaxing destination for U.S. travelers. In order to enter into Brazil, you will need to show proof of a round trip airline ticket, identification with your home address, a Brazilian travel visa, and a passport that is valid for at least six months past the time of entry with at least two blank pages.
Hotels in Jericoacoara
An oasis for rest and relaxation, Jericoacoara has a fine assortment of hotels and resort rentals that offer the best in comfort and luxury amenities. If you want a beachfront room with a view, check out the rooms available at Blue Residence or My Blue Hotel. Vila Kalango is also a great choice and is known for its lush tropical landscaping. You can snag an upscale room in this region of Brazil for less than $200 per night. To get the best deal on your room, be sure to use Skyscanner's hotel booking tool to make your reservation.