Family and Kids in Natal

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    Maracajauv Beach

    Beach, Water Sport

    Also known as the Brazilian Caribbean, this beach is located 60 kilometers away from Natal. The primary attraction of the beach is the coral reef, locally referred as parrachos. For visitors, guided tours are available including activities like swimming and snorkeling during low tide season. Other attraction like dunes and lagoons are available where you can stroll and spend few hours.
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    Praia Do Meio

    Beach, Water Sport

    This is one of the other urban beaches, located near to the downtown area of Natal. It is also known as the Half of the Beach because of its location which is between Praia de Areia Preta and Praia dos Artistas. You can explore the promenade and can enjoy sports on the beach and water activities like swimming and surfing as well. Highlighted feature – Iemanja monument, located along the s...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    Alberto Maranhao Theatre

    Family and Kids

    Listed by the Historical and Artistic Heritage of Rio Grande do Norte as historical monument, the Alberto Maranhao Theatre is an amazing piece of architecture. Opened in 1904, the theatre underwent extensive renovation and restoration in 2004. Influenced by elements of French and Belgian styles of architecture and interior designs, the theatre still has its original embellishments and furnishin...Read more
  4. Amazing Natal attraction for kids
    Mae Luiza Lighthouse

    Family and Kids

    Named after a well loved and known midwife, the district of Natal where she worked was renamed in her honour. The lighthouse was erected in 1951. As tall as 120 feet, the only downside to the lighthouse is its location. Since Mae Luiza, the midwife, was recognized for her work with the poor, the lighthouse is in the relatively unsafe neighbourhood of the city. If you feel uncomfortable about se...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Praia De Areia Preta

    Beach

    Popularly known as Black sand beach, it is one of the urban beaches of Natal which you cannot give a miss. It derives its name from the fact that the stones contain decayed leaves making the beach sand look black. At present the beach is surrounded by luxurious buildings because of the real estate value of the neighboring place. But the place hasn’t lost its natural beauty. Highlighted fe...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Natal
    Natal City Park Or Parque Da Cidade Dom Nivaldo Monte

    Park

    Recently created parkland, this city park is open for public to visit. The park is said to be designed by a famous architect, Oscar Niemeyer. The sole aim behind the construction of the park was to meet the conservational needs and sustain the groundwater of that particular area. Attraction of the park – Parque da Cidade Dom Nivaldo Monte, the tower, provides excellent panoramic view of t...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Museu Camara Cascudo

    Family and Kids

    Whether or not you want to visit any museums in this beach town, the Museu Camara Cascudo is one you must not miss out on. Easily one of the most comprehensible museums on natural history and anthropology, the Rio Grande do Norte is well represented here through the ages. The dinosaur fossils are the most visited exhibits followed by the jangada rafts that were made by the local fishermen. The ...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    Via Costeira

    Beach

    Considered as one of the most important avenues of Natal, Via Costeira is the extension of the famous beach- Ponta Negra beach. This beach is less crowded as compared to Ponta Negra. So, if you are looking for a beach where too much crowd is not moving around, come to Via Costeira. Many luxury hotels and restaurants are located near the beach. Hence, you can even stay over here as well.