Check off your bucket list and relax along beautiful Brazilian beaches in Natal. With a bustling city in the background, enjoy coastal sand dunes and gorgeous blue water during the day and a vibrant bar scene at night. At Skyscanner, find the best deals on flights,
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When is the Best Time to Fly to Natal Airport
Because Natal has a warm, tropical climate year-round, you can be comfortable traveling any time of the year, although the city does experience a wet season March through August. Many people travel to Natal for Carnatal in December, with a peak travel season from December to February. For the cheapest flights, consider flying in either February or November.
The Airlines that Fly to Natal Airport
At Skyscanner, you'll find multiple airlines that fly to Natal. Although no airlines offer nonstop flights from the United States, you can book flights on LATAM Airlines Brasil, GOL Linhas Aereas, or Azul Airlines. You could also fly using Delta, American Airlines, Avianca Brasil, United, or TAP Portugal.
What to Expect at the Airport in Natal
The Greater Natal International Airport serves the Natal metropolitan area and is located about 16 miles from the city center. When you arrive, you'll find a comfortable terminal and a few options for getting to the city. Take the Natal bus directly from the terminal, or you could take a taxi. You could also arrange for minivan service or rent a car.
The Airport in Natal
The airport in Natal offers a variety of dining options if you're hungry when you arrive. Find traditional Brazilian food, as well as American favorites like pizza or subs. You can also shop at a variety of stores for your convenience. Check in back home or send a quick email using the airport's free Wi-Fi throughout the airport.
What to Do in Natal
You'll have no shortage of entertainment options when traveling to Natal. Besides lounging by the shore, you could visit the 16th-century Portuguese fortress on the Potengi River. You could also explore freshwater lagoons, or take a beach buggy tour of the coast. Visit the local art exhibit at Palacio Potengi or simply enjoy the 100m-high Morro do Careca dune in southern Ponta Negra.