New trends have emerged in tourism in Brazil post lockdown. Not only are Brazilians keen to make up for lost time by travelling more, they are looking for destinations with open spaces and away from the crowds. Covid-19 health and hygiene protocols are a top priority as is sustainability. As Brazilians seek to get away from everything and everyone, destinations such as Ceará in Northeast Brazil are more popular than ever.
Month: November 2020
Tourism in Brazil grew by 11.5% in September compared to August marking the fifth consecutive month of growth for the sector. For the authorities, the figures point to a recovery in the industry as more and more Brazilians are prepared to travel. The Northeast heads the list of most sought-after destinations for the forthcoming Christmas …
Ceará is well accustomed to high visitor figures and since lockdown, the state has become the favourite place for Brazilian staycations. And with this return to popularity, new destinations are emerging as top spots. Flecheiras is one of them as is clearly seen in the 100% hotel occupancy during the November holiday weekend.