Rio Grande do Norte (RN)
The Tourist Ecological Park Genipabu Dunes (or Jenipabu) includes a beach, a large complex of dunes, a lagoon and a protected area in the municipality of Extremoz in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. Located twenty miles from the state capital center, Christmas. One of the most famous state of postcards.
The region stands out for having huge dunes and a pond of fresh water, with strong attraction for tourism. The region has a good infrastructure of hotels, inns, restaurants, beach huts, Bugui rides, rafts and camels.
The Genipabu dunes are mobile. The action of wind, very intense in Rio Grande do Norte, moves the sand from one point to another, which makes the landscape always a novelty, but offers some risk to traffic from those who do not know about the area.
It is practiced in the dunes around the lagoon, called "esquibunda": Stakeholders down the dunes sitting on top of wooden planks, to dive into the waters of the lagoon.
Genipabu is internationally famous for its beauty and natural exuberance and the trips Bugui and camels. The Genipabu Beach waters are warm, calm and pristine, providing an excellent swim. You can also ride a raft and jet-skiing. Of Bugui, you can also know the pond, with attractions such as bathing in fresh water, paddle boats, kayaks, the "esquibunda" and the "aerobunda".
Genipabu became famous to be marked by a question that Bugui drivers make every tourist, referring to the speed and stunts with which they must fly their búguis to fly the route by mobile and fixed dunes.